You’re going to want to tune in for this Easy Cheesy Bread Cubes recipe, especially because the season of endless hosting is upon us. Before we get to that, I have to mention something about the fact that quite a bit of our home state is on fire right now. Sammy lives in Ventura, CA and while she is not in the path of the Thomas fire, she knows quite a few people who are. We are keeping everyone affected in our thoughts, and pray the winds show us mercy. Never forget that a great way to extend a helping hand is by feeding those that can’t feed themselves.
Now on a more positive note, CHEESE! Who doesn’t love cheese. And then add bread into the mix, well that’s comfort food at it’s finest. Lately we’ve been all about easy quick recipes and this falls into that category for sure. A great appetizer to keep in mind for the upcoming Holiday’s that is certain to be a crowd pleaser. You will even get the kids attention with goodness.
So let’s break this down. First you’re going to cube your bread. Than your going to toss them in an egg/butter mixture. Top with your spice mixture and shredded cheddar cheese, yum! When it comes to adding your cheese, it’s best to shred a block of cheese directly over the your bread cubes very finely. This will avoid any clumping of cheese that you don’t want to happen. The most common mistake is adding cheese that’s to thick and clumpy. Serve these bad boys as an appetizer, on top of a salad, or even as a soup topper.
Win for one of the most versatile recipes ever from the “Joy of Cooking” Cookbook that can be found on page 635. Another great addition to the blog from the book. For more information on what we’re doing related to the cookbook, check out our blog post on Our Journey into the Joy of Cooking.
That concludes our post for today, up next we have a creamy mushroom soup that is well worth the wait, which will be over Friday when we share it! If you’re in Southern California, stay safe and indoors today if you can. Praying this is over soon!
Quote of the Day: “One touch of nature makes the whole world kin.” – William Shakespeare