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Went in my deep freeze today to pull out meat for dinner and realized I have lik…

Went in my deep freeze today to pull out meat for dinner and realized I have like 8 frozen loaves of bread….

So what can I use all this bread for so I can make room to buy meat 😂😂😂

Edited to add:

-I don’t eat a lot of bread.

  • It’s past best before date so food banks won’t take it.

  • I live remotely and the closest shelter is multiple hours away and it’s not realistic to take it there.

  • bread is actually really unhealthy for birds and I don’t want to harm them.

  • I have already asked people close by if they want some and they don’t.

  • I would rather make space for proteins and veggies instead of holding onto it “just in case”

  • it’s loaves of sliced bread, not dough.

  • I live in Ontario Canada, and some of the ingredients or recipes people are listing I have never heard of but I am doing my best to look them up 😊

    thank for the original creator Cyndel Thomson

43 thoughts on “Went in my deep freeze today to pull out meat for dinner and realized I have lik…”

  1. Pizza bread! Roll out melted butter with Italian seasoning add cheese and pepperoni. Roll up cut slits let sit for 30 minutes. Bake at 350 until brown about 30 minutes.

  2. Cut a “U” shape out of the loaf, fill it with beef stew, chicken stew, whatever, then pop the top back on and freeze it again for later. Just chuck it in the oven, Dutch oven, microwave, whatever and heat it up. No bowls or plates needed. Just everybody dig in, leftover bread bowl is edible too if the dog doesn’t sneak off with it 😉

  3. Bread pudding is one of my favorites. Grease a 9 x 13 pan, cut bread into cubes. Go crazy, the recipe calls for 1 cup, but why stop there when 5 or 6 tastes better? Make a custard with 4 or 5 eggs, some milk, sugar and nutmeg. Pour the custard over the bread cubes, and bake at 325 for about an hour. Until you can pierce with a knife and it comes out clean

  4. Stuffed frnch toast. Line a pan with bread slices, mix cream cheese with icing sugar, spread on bread in pan, top with another layer of bread, mix some eggs with milk, cinnamon, sugar and pour over the bread. Let sit overnight, bake in the morning roughly an hour at 350.

    You could even do a fruit filling, cream cheese and fruit, cottage cheese and fruit. Or a savoury, just omit the augar and cinnamon in the egg mixture, ham or back bacon, cheddar cheese, or really any sandwich toppings and its a lunch casserole instead.

  5. Elizabeth LaFleur

    Sorry I don’t have any recipes for you but I do have a question, is frozen bread not mushy after thawing? I’m guessing it works the same as buying frozen dinner rolls at the grocery. But I’ve never thought to freeze my bread lol

  6. Wanda Gilliland

    Pizza crusts. Pinch and roll into ball place the balls in a baking pan mis brown sugar and instant butterscotch pudding together. Add cinnamon. Pour over rolls let stand overnight bake in the morning. Makes. Delicious cinnamon rolld

  7. Bread pudding, croutons, dry it for stuffing bread or bread crumbs (then it’s still storable but doesn’t require freezer space

  8. Sherry Stewart Williams

    Make croutons. Eat as snack or w salad. Can crush them & coat meat like chicken w them & then bake it. I’m from the south (Louisiana/USA). Around here we eat bread pudding. Its basically an egg custard w bread mixed in & cooked in it. Doesnt sound all that appealing but is really yum dessert!

  9. Just make croutons, easier to make while the bread is frozen…… Keep for ages in a container with a lid, great in soups or salads, or just as a snack!

  10. Noora Nickeyy Khalil

    -A whole bunch of grilled cheeses so you can munch for the week
    – keep them in the fridge or outside to use as needed
    – let them get stale and use as stuffing or even breadcrumbs ( breadcrumbs is most ideal)

    – French toast casseroles

  11. French toast
    Meatballs add some bread in there with other ingredients
    Grill cheese
    Club houses
    Seen apple pieces rolled up in bread
    Make sandwiches and hand them out

  12. Oooohhhhh….. Homemade breadcrumbs for the win!!!!
    Once prepped, they are good for months in a sealed container in the pantry.

  13. Make spaghetti and hollow out the bread. Put the spaghetti inside, top with cheese and garlic butter, bake. Carb overload but so good !

  14. We make garlic bread by taking loaves and putting a mixture of minced garlic, parm cheese and butter and then top with Monterey cheddar shredded cheese. After cooking and broil a few minutes, we cut it into cubes and place the cubes directly in a roasted tomato soup we make. It is wonderful. You could also make bread pudding for dessert

  15. Lane Susann Gartman

    I’ve read that the big push to get people to stop feeding ducks in ponds and other birds in general bread largely backfired as they realized in many areas that the birds were starving without the extra calories, even if they weren’t the best thing for their diet. There was a sign posted outside of a duck pond with a list of the BEST things to feed them, but it also explained that bread and other snacks were better than nothing as everyone had stopped feeding them anything and the birds had become accustomed to being fed. Just an interesting thing I came across…

  16. Definitely would make a French toast a loaf at a time. You can put them back in the freezer after made and then pull them out by the piece to heat up.

  17. Loretta Shields Boswell

    Just a basic bread pudding ( eggs, sugar, milk, vanilla) then there’s endless options for toppings.

  18. Bread pudding you need bread cubed 2cups of milk (any kind ) 1/3 cup sugar 2 tablespoons butter and vanilla about a teaspoon boil milk and other ingredients except the bread than cool add two eggs one at a time mix with bread and one cup raisins bake 350 for 30 minutes or until you can insert knife and comes out clean enjoy

  19. Fried bread dough is good. I use to do this with powered sugar, sugar and cinnamon, kids loved it for snacks, I couldnt make enough.

  20. Donna Thors McMaster

    Toasted sandwiches for lunch and dinner, egg & bacon toasted sandwiches, use some as breadcrumbs, french toast, breadcases with a filling in muffin tins.

  21. Tuna Salad Sandwhiches

    2 tuna cans drained (oil better then water)
    Mayo (Real Mayo might taste better)
    Baby pickles diced

    Open and drain the tuna cans. Pour and spoon out into a bowl. By spoonfuls add mayo to the desired texture and taste. Dice up the baby pickles and put them into the bowl. Start with a few baby pickles and add until the desired amount. Mix well. Spread on bread. Serve with chips.

  22. Bread pudding
    Garlic toast
    Pizza bread
    French toast
    Break into small pieces and use in meatloaf instead if crackers
    Grilled cheese sandwiches

  23. Danielle Villarreal

    croutons! cut into squares and toss in olive oil, salt and pepper (any seasonings you like) bake on low til golden brown, stirring occasionally

  24. Colleen Curtis Waltz

    Pull out and thaw, make bread pudding.
    Butter a large cake pan ( lots of butter) tear up bread into bite size pieces (or you can cut) in a large bowl mix 4-6 eggs, 2 cups milk, 1 cup sugar, 1/4 cup cinnamon pour over bread pieces. You can add a cup of raisins if you like. Mix together very well. Place pan into another larger pan with water and cover tight. Bake @ 350* for 60-70 minutes.

  25. PAPOS-7eggs,scrambled,6 slices of bread,1/4lb.parmesan romano cheese,1tsp.granulated garlic ,jar of spaghetti sauce. Moisten bread then squeeze the water out of the bread and tear into pieces and add to eggs. Add all other ingredients except spaghetti sauce. In a fry pan ,add some oil,then drop your batter into oil about the size of a small pancake,flip them over like you do pancakes. In a 13×9 pan, put enough spaghetti sauce down to coat the bottom,lay the small cakes into the pan,coat with more spaghetti sauce. Continue layering finish layering with spaghetti sauce. Cover and put in oven and bake 350degrees for35-40 minutes. This is a meatless meal,l usually Steve with a jello salad and a vegetable. It is very yummy.

  26. French toast, homemade stuffing, bread crumbs, pb and jelly sandwiches or make regular cold cut sandwiches for a few picnics over the next few months, chipped beef On toast, bread pudding desserts

  27. I don’t know what kind of bread it is…. But I like using French bread for sloppy joes! Just make regular sloppy joes and place on French bread with some cheese. Bake till the bread is nice and crispy!

  28. Christina Jenkins

    French Toast casserole is really good for breakfast!! There are lots of recipes to choose from depending what you would like to add- berries, nuts, raisins, etc.

  29. I usually save the heels of the bread in the freezer and then when I’ve accumulated enough I will toast them or dry them out in the oven and run them through the blender to make bread crumbs for recipes. No real reason why you couldn’t just use a loaf instead of saving the heels for months. 😆

  30. Cube and drizzle with olive oil and Italian seasoning and make croutons for salad. I use air fryer but you could put in oven .

  31. Kimberly A. Lombardo

    My friend got creative one day ‘shopping’ her pantry and took slices of bread, flattened them with a rolling pin, fried then in a pan with a bit of oil and layered them with fried eggs and bacon in an oven safe casserole dish. Then sprinkled cheese on top and tossed it in the oven until the cheese was melted. Tasted delicious.

  32. Breakfast casserole!

    -Use an 8×10 casserole dish spray with cooking spray.

    -cook up a pack of sausage links or ground breakfast sausage. Cut into bit size pieces and put over the bread
    (Use whichever sausage you like best. I use a pack of precooked Turkey sausage and fry them up to my liking. )

    -In a separate bowl mix 8-10 eggs, 1 can cream of mushroom and 1/2 cup milk stir together and season with salt and pepper. Pour it over the bread and sausage.

    -top with cheese

    – tent with foil and bake at 350 for 45-55 mins. Take foil off last 10 minutes so cheese gets nice and melty.

    This uses about 8-10 pieces of bread.

  33. French toast casserole! Google recipes for it, there are a ton of fun variations you can try. If it’s still too much to use make some in little dollar tree pans and surprise some neighbors with some too

  34. Danielle Lamirande

    Bread crumbs for meatballs, or meatloaf. Idk if you make those at all. But if you don’t eat much bread I don’t know what else to suggest. I personally love toast lol. I had to cut back on bread myself in a diabetic and lost 30 pounds since February with less bread in my diet. Don’t like sandwiches at work they make me sleepy I love my white bread, I shouldn’t eat it.

  35. Patricia Newkirk

    We keep bread frozen for months and it’s still ok. If you like bread pudding that’s an idea. Can’t stand it but l know several people who do like it. I use white bread for garlic bread. Butter and garlic and toast in the oven.

  36. I like to make French bread pizza if it’s that sort of bread. You could make croutons and breadcrumbs if you’ve got too much to handle! French toast casserole is another thing people love

  37. Beth Richardson

    Go to the $1.00 tree
    Buy cheap pb&jelly
    And other cheap stuff that goes on bread take it to the nearest homeless park and drop it off

  38. I love tuna melts
    I toast my bread first
    Make tuna how every you like it
    I take each piece of toast spread tuna on and add a slice of cheese on top I leave them open face put under broiler to melt cheese this is great for dinner or lunch
    You can also make them with 2 pieces of bread just like you would for grilled cheese sandwiches
    I make home made tomato soups with them often
    Home made tomato soup is so much better then Caned tomato soup they have too much salt and sugar for me

  39. Lynnette Pearce

    Bread pudding, croutons,grilled cheese sandwiches,toast some season, grind it up…store in ziplock. use in meatloaf, meatballs,crumb topping on casseroles ect

  40. Put the bread and let the air dry it out. Then, brake it up, put it in a blender or food processor to make your own bread crumbs. Season with SPG and maybe spices you like. Great for adding to meatloaf, breading for fish, use in meatballs. Anything calling for breadcrumbs.

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