Uses of old frozen breads

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  • Judy Judy on Nov 04, 2017
    Birds are waiting, just thaw them out, and break them up, and feed the animals. They are waiting. If you don't want to feed them at home, go to a public park, near a river, or a lake, and this will be gone in a flash. DO NOT THROW AWAY!!!
  • Dro2803699 Dro2803699 on Nov 04, 2017
    make stuffing with it. Put small pieces of it in your meat loaf or just give it to the birds.
  • Denise May Denise May on Nov 04, 2017
    If there's no freezer burn you can use it for dressings or bread pudding. If you want to go crafty, you can let it thaw and clean wallpaper with it. You can also mix it with a school glue until it is kneadable and use it for forming small sculpture. Form it into whatever you want–small flowers, whatever–and let them dry until hard. You can add food coloring.
  • Candy Walsh Candy Walsh on Nov 04, 2017
    you could always cut the slices into cubes and bake til golden and youve got croutons! Just season with what you like prior to baking.
  • Mona Brandt Mona Brandt on Nov 04, 2017
    Feed your chickens the bread or give it to someone who has chickens. Kids love to feed them.
  • Sharon Sharon on Nov 04, 2017
    I used to keep the ends of the bread in the freezer and make bread pudding. It was absolutely my kids favorite.
  • Vel8341603 Vel8341603 on Nov 04, 2017
    Bake in the oven at low temperature. Crush them into crumbs. And bread scaloppine, meats, chicken
    lucia
  • Ast7956190 Ast7956190 on Nov 04, 2017
    Please do not put bread out for birds. It has no nutrition that they will need in the colder weather and all you’ll do is encourage rodents.
  • Feed the birds or make your own crutons or breadcrumbs!
  • C C on Nov 04, 2017
    How old? Edible? I make bread crumbs out of mine in the food processor. Good to use for toppings on casseroles, oven fried chicken, etc.
  • Wendy Joly Wendy Joly on Nov 04, 2017
    put the bread on oven racks id put foil or sheet pans on bottom rack to catch crumbs...put the oven to 250 and bake..just to dry out watch over it so it dose not burn.....brown slightly or just dry...cool cut or grind bread crumbs or break up and use in beef ect......you can take thawded bread cut into cubes pun onto sheet pan in a layer..sprinkle with a light oil and sprinkle with onion salt.carlig saly fine parsley....mix well bake 250 oven ...toss them in about 4-5 minutes...bake untill slightly browned and dry use on top of soup as crutons
  • Castrang17 Castrang17 on Nov 04, 2017
    Toast in your oven to make crutons for salad/soups. Thaw cut in strips for bread sticks. Or thaw to make stuffing or bread pudding. Or thaw (remove crusts), cut into shapes with cookie cutters, toast lightly in a low oven, crispy but not burnt. Yummy with jelly or whatever you like.
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