The anti-waste tip of the day: How can you never throw away dry or stale bread?

Last week we told you how to use overripe bananas by processing them. This week it is time to switch the bread to an anti-waste tip. At the end of the meal it is not uncommon for some bread to remain. Knowing that it is absolutely not recommended for birds, he often ends up in the trash!

It is a mistake that bread, like many foods, can lead to new recipes. The main thing is not to throw away if you can still do something with it. Whether it’s very difficult or just stale from the day before, it can still bring you sacred culinary delights! And without breaking your budget!

Outdated bread croutons

These croutons go perfectly with a soup or even a seasonal salad. You can accomodate them with garlic, parmesan or any other seasoning of your choice.

Cut cubes of hard or stale bread and season with garlic or mint and olive oil. Then put them in the oven for 15 minutes at 180 ° … a little more, they will be kept in an airtight box for a week!

Outdated bread croutons. Photo Credit: Shutterstock / AlexeiLogvinovich

French toast

This recipe may take you back to your childhood when your grandmother made you these sweet and chewy treats … There’s nothing easier than French toast, and it’s terribly good!

For a baguette:

2 eggs 1 dash of vanilla flavor 50 cl milk Brown sugar (better and caramelized) A piece of butter

Cut the bread into slices that are not too thin. Mix the milk, eggs and vanilla. Dip the pieces of bread in the mixture so that they soak up. Fry the soaked bread in hot butter in a pan. Add a little brown sugar as it cooks. Turn the loaves over until they are golden brown … To taste warm or cold!

French toast. Photo credit: Shutterstock / Brent Hofacker

Outdated breadcrumbs

One last very simple recipe so as not to lose the bread … breadcrumbs we make with seeds! But you can spice it up, add all kinds of condiments, and even sweeten it for a crispy dessert!

Hard bread sesame chia seeds cumin flax seeds salt pepper

Bake the bread in pieces in the oven for 15 minutes at 180 ° … After cooling, put the bread and all the ingredients in a blender … Mix, sprinkle, enjoy … These breadcrumbs are perfect for making ” Milanese ”schnitzel or crunch with pasta, potatoes or any other gratin!

Like many foods, bread can be transformed at will. The few recipes aren’t the only ones out there, but they’re our favorites to never throw bread again! And it works with leftover bread that you make yourself too!