Squashed Bread

Don’t you just hate it when you go to the grocery store and by the time you get home your loaf of bread is flattened??

Squashed Bread

My Granny would’ve refused to eat it because it is ruined.  My Grandmother would have given me a lecture on how wasteful today’s young people are and that there could be an alternative use for it.

There are a number of uses for squashed bread…..

1.  Make French toast:  a couple of eggs and two cups of milk beaten together in a bowl.  Dip slices of bread into the egg/milk mixture.  On a griddle brown both sides and remove.  Sprinkle  cinnamon sugar or powdered sugar over the toast.  Serve with syrup.  EASY AS PIE!!

2.  Make bread pudding.  My Granny made the best.  Check out her recipe.

3.  Make croutons.  This is unbelievably easy to do…..

Cut your bread into cubes

Slice and Dice
Cubes Rule!!
Cubed Bread

Drizzle Olive Oil over the cubes.


Sprinkle Garlic Salt over the cubes.


Toss to coat….

Place on cookie sheet.

Cookie Sheet

Bake for 1 hour and 20-30 minutes in a 275 degree oven…

Place in air tight container.  Serve on salads and/or in soup.  YUMMY!!

Squashed bread no longer goes to waste!!


3 thoughts on “Squashed Bread

  1. Man! Squashed bread is worse that a wet sock on your foot! Great ideas on what to do with it! I hate salad but love crotons….never thought about putting them in soup!

    Love your blog!


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