If you’re anything like me, you’re sometimes feeling guilty for not having enough time to bake your own bread for the family. I love homemade bread – all kinds, but let’s face it. More often than not, the daily chores and activities take up so much of my time that there’s no way I can spend a couple of hours baking. So I turn to store-bought bread, and I’m not happy to see the list of preservatives printed on the package. I’m also not happy to see the grocery bill at the end of the month…
Lately I’ve started experimenting with super quick and easy recipes for bread. Lack of time is my biggest issue so I’ve decided to find out if there are tasty recipes that don’t require hours to put together.
In my family, we don’t eat that much bread in between meals. We do like to have rolls or slices of toast with lunch or dinner, so that’s where I wanted to start my search. When baking with yeast you have to let the dough rise, at least once, and to me that’s a no-no for as long as I have a full-time job and plenty of chores to tackle every day. But I’ve found the perfect solution!
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Quick Tip: These rolls make the perfect side for your lunch soup!