Homemade Gluten Free Croutons

February 11, 2019 S Malik 4 Comments

Gluten Free Croutons

These allergy friendly gluten free croutons are easy to make and versatile. Get your children to help you with this recipe, they wil love getting their hands dirty when mixing the seasoning. When I made these, my daughter had the whole bowl of them on their own. Use this recipe as a base to create endless combination of flavors, you can use any kind of herbs and spices of your choice. Can be made with either gluten free bread or regular bread. Use as a topping on your favorite soup or salad or even as a stuffing mix for your holiday dinner.

Use stale bread to make awesome flavored croutons, the reason:

  • Stale bread is a thirsty bread and will soak up the olive oil really well.
  • You will get perfect little cubes as it will be less prone to tearing apart.

They can be stored in an air tight container for ten days. You can even freeze them ahead of time. Just reheat them for a few minutes in the oven as needed.

  • 20 mins
  • Serves 2
  • Easy


Adjust Servings:
2 slices gluten free bread
splash olive oil
salt & pepper, to taste
1/4 teaspoon or to taste garlic powder
1/4 teaspoon or to taste onion powder
pizza seasoning herbs or any other of your choice, sprinkle as needed
Homemade Baked Gluten Free Croutons

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1 min
Preheat oven to 350 o F.
5 min
  • two pieces of gluten free bread
  • gluten free bread cut into cubes
Take two bread slices and cut them into cubes. Place on baking sheet.
5 min
olive oil, herbs and spices sprinkled on cubed gluten free bread
Sprinkle olive oil and then the herbs and seasonings. Mix and spread into a thin layer.
2 min
Baked croutons until golden brown
Bake for 15 to 20 minutes until golden brown. Take out of the oven, cool and use as topping on your favorite soup/salad.

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  1. These look delicious. I love homemade croutons! Such an easy recipe too. Good to have on hand for when we have guests.

  2. It's great to have some gluten free croutons at home. You have seasoned them and made them flavourful and so yummy. I would love to make them and keep them handy. But where do you get your gluten free flour from? And what is the blend?

    1. I actually used a store bought bread for this one. For the flour, I use Bob's Red Mill all purpose.