Melted butter plus fragrant rosemary plus crispy white bread—what do those add up to? The answer is: amazingly delicious, homemade croutons, which are not only easier to make than you’d think, they’re also a great way to use up extra bread. While the basic method for making croutons in your own oven is simple, this butter-and-herb version takes it up a notch. You’ll start by making a garlic and rosemary butter, which gets tossed with white sandwich bread. Then, into the oven they go and out comes perfectly golden brown, fragrant and crunchy salad croutons. Into meal prep? Since these keep well for up to two weeks, this recipe is a great addition to your weekly plan. Sometimes sneaking a little indulgence into a vegetable-heavy meal—in this case, a buttery crouton into something like a bowl of greens—does the trick in getting the whole family on board with healthier eating.