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Easy Croutons Recipe & a $25 value Giveaway!

This easy homemade crouton recipe is sponsored by Good Natured Soups from Progresso™. All thoughts are my own!
Do you ever let bread go bad? In just a few days do you find your precious loaf of bread dry and sometimes moldy? Do let that bread go to waste– as long as it isn’t moldy, use that day-old bread for amazing and delicious croutons, perfect for salads and soups, like the new  Good Natured Soups!
Make an entire pan of croutons for just 6 slices of bread, a little butter and 3 different types of seasonings. Pop it in the oven at 300 for 20 minutes and the best garnish for your Good Natured Soups and other soups of your liking is all ready. Easy!

See? Nothing to it! They go great with the Good Natured Hearty Tomato Soup. That’s what we had tonight for dinner!
The Good Natured Soups come in three flavors, all three of which are vegetarian soups. There are 3/4 cup of veggies per serving of soup, and there are no preservatives, food dyes or GMO ingredients. Just simple, delicious and healthy soups, perfect for the cool Fall weather!
I want to give you guys the opportunity to win a Progresso™ Prize pack filled with $25 worth of goodies so you can give these awesome soups a try!

Please visit Progresso’s™ website, come back here and then let me know in the comments below what are some crazy ways to get veggies in you and your family’s diets.

Do you bake them in desserts, hide them in sauces? For us, I love making zucchini bread and pumpkin muffins. My kids gobble those up!

Also, don’t forget to print a $1 off coupon to save on these fabu soups. I really think you’ll like them!

Hey! Meet Vanessa

A foodie, crafty, homeschooling mom of 3, who loves her Happy Planner and all things Mid Century Modern!


A foodie, crafty, homeschooling mom of 3, who loves her Happy Planner and all things Mid Century Modern!

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  1. Kathleen Shipman says:

    I also hide them in breads and brownies … I put lots of veggies in spaghetti sauce and lasagna.. I have also cut raw veggies into shapes so he will eat with a dip.

  2. Steve Weber says:

    Nothing crazy.. I live with a vegetarian.. we eat veggies all the time.. 3 meals a day!!

  3. Julie Wood says:

    I finely shred zucchini or summer squash and add it to casseroles, the kids never know it is in there. I add mushrooms to my sloppy joes, and when I make spaghetti sauce, I add some pumpkin puree to make it even healthier. The kids do not know the difference.

  4. Annette says:

    I love veggies, so I really don’t need to sneak them into food, but I love sweet potato pancakes as well as zucchini pancakes.

  5. Kristen says:

    We make our own homemade soup and add in lots of veggies….no need to hide them here! If no time, we simply use prepared soup and add in veggies.

  6. Joan Kubes says:

    I freeze veggies and then mince them up in my Ninja and to ground beef to make meatballs, spaghetti sauce, etc . . the family loves it and never know there’s veggies in there.

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