Would you like the child benefits and family benefits to go a little further?
So read here and get good tips for using leftover dry bread to get the household economy to hang together better. Many families with children have to spend the child’s money to be able to buy food at the end of the month, and it is a bit annoying. If you are in doubt about how all the child support and child benefits are put together, Read more in this overview article that explains it all.
If you can avoid using children’s money to buy food for, you will suddenly be able to shop more delicious children’s clothes online for the child money instead of bananas and washing powder.
And that’s a little more fun, right?
Here you get 3 easy ways to use the boring end slices and other dry bread.
You can use all kinds of bread:
- Dark and light
- With kernels
- With sprinkles on
- Whole buns
As long as it has been a few days and has been well dry, it is absolutely perfect.
1: Make your own breadcrumbs.
Put your dry bread slices or end slices into a food processor and run it until it is crumbled. If you do not have a food processor, you can instead cut the bread into smaller pieces and dry it in the oven at 150 degrees until it is completely dry (if it is not already). Then you can crush the pieces of bread with a rolling pin.
Now you have breadcrumbs, which you can use for breading, to sprinkle on gratin or to fry with sugar, so you have Apple cakesasp.
When it is completely cold and dry, it can be stored in an airtight can. Rye bread works super well for Apple cakesasp!
2: make recycled bread.
Here’s common sense, so it blocks – but it’s both easy and tastes good. Do as in the first recipe – that is, run the leftovers in a food processor. You can also soak it in a little water in a bowl until it becomes mushy, and then just give it a proper turn with a large spoon until it looks like porridge. You then use this porridge directly in your bread dough together with water, yeast, salt and flour of the kind you usually bake with. Remember that the porridge contains water, so you need to use more flour or add less water than usual. The porridge is also salty, so hold a little again with the Salt.
Recipe # 3: make crispy, delicious croutons.
Cut out your dry bread into small cubes. Turn it over with oil and salt.
Place the cubes on a baking pan covered with baking paper.
Bake the cubes at 200 degrees until crispy and delicious.
Bingo, then there are delicious croutons for the soup or salad! It is often quite expensive to buy croutons, and they often taste quite boring. And then it’s even easy and cheap to make yourself!
Now you are ready to make your dry bread leftovers Bloom and create more food enjoyment and less food waste.
Tips for easy and inexpensive family food: 3 ways to use dry bread
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