5 Ways to Utilize Leftover Bread

Try these interesting ways to use leftover bread pieces

5 Ways to Utilize Leftover Bread

During these confinement days at home, each and every person has emerged with his own talent. Some have tried their skills as a chef, some as a painter, whereas some as a baker.

While baking, after putting the baking tray in the oven and cleaning up the kitchen counter, one can gaze at the surplus of leftover bread.

Let’s not worry about it as there are plenty of ways to utilize the leftover bread into different eatables. Here are just a few of them.


In order to add a little texture to rhubarb or red berries, crumble topping would be the best choice. The recipe to make the crumble is so simple. You just need equal measures of flour, powdered almonds, sugar and butter (taken out straight from the fridge). If you have wholegrain leftover bread or bread with nuts or dried fruits, so don’t worry these will only make your bread more delicious.


Saving money has become an integral part in today’s scenario and if it can be saved from the kitchen then it would be great. Make fresh breadcrumbs at home by slicing the bread and baking it in the oven at 100°C. Crush the slices into a food processor to require the desired consistency.  You can also follow this recipe with dry biscuits and leftover cereals.

French toast

The main item for Sunday’s breakfast mostly in every other home is French toast. The delicious and mouthwatering toast can be made by simply dipping the bread stale in egg and sugar mixture. Fry them in a buttered pan before serving and enjoy.

Stuffed tomatoes

Breadcrumbs can be used to stuff the tomatoes, and if homemade breadcrumbs are available then it is the best option. If your breadcrumbs get dried, just add a little juice from the tomatoes and enjoy!