How to Use the Last of Your Bread

Nothing beats the taste and feel of fresh bread. But when the bread begins to lose its freshness, many people believe it is no longer good. This post has two delicious ways you can use the remaining slices of bread or roll to make something tasty that isn't just another sandwich.

French Toast

Often ordered when dining out, french toast isn't always something most people feel confident they can make at home. To start, beat an egg in a small bowl and add the following:
  • 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract
  • 1/2 teaspoon of ground cinnamon
  • 1/4 cup of milk
Once this is mixed, soak the slices of bread in the bowl and then brown them using a skillet on medium heat. If you happen to have any, strawberries make for a great addition.


If you are looking at a lonely bread roll that doesn't want to be made into a sandwich, it's time for soup! Get out a packet of microwaveable or hot-water stirred soups and heat it up. While you cook your soup, hollow out (not entirely, leave enough room for the walls) your bread roll. Once the soup is done, pour it into the breadbowl. Use the bread you removed to dip.

Finding the Freshest Bread in Kalispell

When it comes time to get your next loaf, speak with Great Harvest Bread Co. of Kalispell, MT at 406-755-9733 to find out which fresh bread and sweets have been baked fresh for you today.