wheat and gluten free vegan croutons

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healthy wheat and gluten free vegan crouton recipeif your salads have been missing croutons then this healthy wheat and gluten free vegan recipe is just for you. with a short list of ingredients you easily transform a simple bunch of walnuts to a perfectly seasoned salad topper. although nutritional yeast is not technically a raw food product it is commonly used in recipes, it is optional and can completely be avoided if you are looking to remain 100% raw. the crunch of wheat and gluten free vegan croutons is the perfect addition to your favorite bowl of leafy greens.

healthy wheat and gluen free crouton recipe

try wheat and gluten free vegan croutons with a fresh arugula salad, a keep it simple kale salad or an arugula salad with basil oil dressing to name a few.

wheat and gluten free vegan croutons 

1 cup walnuts, soaked 6-8 hours and rinsed well

2 tablespoons nutritional yeast, not a raw product (optional)

2 tablespoons cold-pressed olive oil

1 teaspoon sea salt

1/2 teaspoon black pepper, ground

mix all ingredients in a  bowl until walnuts are well coated with seasoning. place on dehydrator sheets. dehydrate at 110 degrees about 18–20 hours or until dry.

 

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16 Responses to “wheat and gluten free vegan croutons”
  1. Ivanna says:

    These sound yummy and super easy to make. I love croutons and I eat gluten free so these are perfect. Thanks!

  2. Andrea Broom says:

    I am loving these wheat free and gluten free croutons. They look awesome. I didn’t think of these with walnuts. Gonna make these.

  3. Leah says:

    Great substitute for bread croutons!! Love this!!

  4. Allie says:

    What a fantastic idea! I always have so many nuts in my cupboard and forget to use them. I LOVE nutritional yeast and the cheesy taste it gives food, so I will definitely have to try this!

  5. silvia says:

    Looking good, great idea- I’d never have thought you can use walnuts like this!

  6. Ohh this look so delicious! I have yet to try nutritional yeast but have heard lots about it!

  7. Linda says:

    This is one of my favorites. I was lucky enough to be involved with Jessica’s last No Frills and within her recipes she suggested sunflower seeds as an altervative to walnuts, Enjoyed both.

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