Steak House Croutons Free PD Recipe


Turn a simple salad into something awesome with crunchy guilt-free whole grain steak house style croutons. Make a double batch and keep these in an airtight container for fantastic salads all week long. Toss out the chemically seasoned oily packaged ones and eliminate food additives that leave you craving more and more. A salad with Steak House Croutons will leave you satisfied and achieving your goals on a Protective Diet.

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    Comments (7)

    1. posted by Denise on July 16, 2013

      I went heavy on the herbs and spices and these were delicious, especially with your Caesar Salad!

    2. posted by Brittany on December 12, 2013

      I wish I would have made these sooner! These are AMAZING! I’ve never been a big crouton fan, but I certainly am now! These croutons brought my salad experience to a whole new level today! I also added nutritional yeast with the garlic and herbs.

    3. posted by newhopeden on January 4, 2014

      Not a fan of these. Maybe I didn’t do them right. I guess I can live without croutons, I must be too lazy to put the effort into making these lol.

    4. posted by Sheree Britt on January 4, 2014

      oh my goodness! These are amazing. I mixed 3/4 of tsp of each sea salt, dried parsley, dried oregano, and granulated garlic together for my herb mix. I then just took pinches and sprinkled over the croutons. I put the left over in a spice jar ready to make another 3 or so batches. love these!!!

    5. posted by chitownjayzgirl on June 29, 2015

      These are my favorite!! I make them almost daily! I put them on top of salads & soup or just munch on a handful as a snack!! SOOO GOOD!!

    6. posted by Robin Bair on February 13, 2018

      Julie, i have an auto immune disease that has really been a puzzlement to doctors. My body flips between Hashimotos and graves disease. An integrative physician diagnosed me as regular MDs kept just being puzzled as the wt GAIN and loss is extreme. 20 pounds up 5 pounds down 30 pounds down 10 up etc. Balancing fats and proteins have been difficult. They (regular MDs?)) Wanted me to eat meat, I refused and stuck with v egitarian and vegan options, still not making a difference. I juiced for optimal health because the meds for the thyroid themselves cause at GAIN. I’ve been doing your PD recommendations since being able to get on the PD site. Do you have any helpful pointers for me, I have to stay away from soy or limit it greatly I’m told. HELP…

      • posted by Julie Marie on March 1, 2018

        Dear Robin,
        Go 100% PD for at least three months. Full time no oils and no off plan foods. Unsweetened plain organic soymilk and tofu are the only soy products I recommend. When thyroid medications are taken soy should be avoided several hours before and after. Soy can inhibit their absorption. Tofu and unsweetened additive free organic soymilk does not promote thyroid disorders. My experience with students who are obese and have thyroid disorders that adopt a full time Protective Diet experience consistent weight loss.
        Please read the FAQ to learn more about Soy and Thyroid Disorders:

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