Most of the packages don't have the nutrition information broken down per serving of croutons, so look for one that has less than 10 grams of fat in 100 grams of croutons. Definitely healthier than the store-bought version Robyn — March 4, 2013 @ 8:50 pm Reply I LOVE LOVE LOVE croutons, I think they can totally make a salad, but there are totally not enough healthy crouton options out in the world, I am going to have to make some of these ASAP. And while it’s not hard to make an incredible one from a few pantry staples, sometimes you just don’t have the time. A Caesar salad is only as good as its dressing. Look in the grocery for the croutons that have the least fat. In a perfect world, nearly everything we consume would be fresh and homemade: Just-from-the-oven rolls at dinnertime, newly-caught fish in the frying pan, sun-ripened tomatoes still warm in your salad. A bottle of the store-bought stuff is a quick, painless way to get salad on the table fast. About Store-Bought Croutons. • hand cut, loaded with flavor, toasted to perfection • sourdough bread, olive oil, garlic and salt • save 20% on any order over $30 scroll down to buy now Store-bought croutons get a flavor boost from butter, garlic and herbs. https://www.thecookierookie.com/healthy-homemade-croutons-recipe A serving should be about 20 grams so that's only 2 grams of fat.