Croutons are usually tiny rebaked bread chunks that are commonly seen in salads. Typically, they are seasoned with garlic or a sprinkle of salt. Seasonings such as oregano, Italian spice, and onion have also been used. They give leafy greens a pleasant taste and texture. They are commonly seen in salads, particularly Caesar salad. Since they are heavy in calories, it is best to limit your serving size! You can also eat them as:
- A snack
- Adding on top of a warm bowl of soup
Try these freshly baked Croutons today!
White Bread (wheat, soy lecithin), seasoning (dextrose, maltodextrine, salt, oregano, garlic powder, onion powder, oleoresin turmeric, mono sodium glutamate).