Yes, you can bake bread in one hour!
Yes, you can bake bread in an hour — promise! There is no need to run to the store if you are out of bread.
Bake Yummy Bread in Just One Hour!
I was given the recipe of all recipes to make super fast, easy bread, and I can’t wait to share it with you.
This bread costs almost nothing, it’s fun to bake, and so much healthier than the store-bought bread spiked with high-fructose syrup.
Forget expensive bread machines: all you need is flour, rapid rise yeast, water, salt, olive oil, and voila — bread!
Landon and I went to a “make minestrone and bread” playdate a couple weeks ago, and Brad taught us how to make this delicious bread.
Here you can see L helping me make it the first time at home.
This is a really fun activity to do with kids — just be prepared for a lot of flour on your floor.
Let your child help, measure, taste, mix, knead and shape the bread.
L wanted to shape the dough into these little balls — and why not?
Fast & Easy Bread Ingredients:
- 3 cups flour (you can use whole wheat, but it’s best to only substitute 1 cup with whole wheat)
- 2 tsp Rapid Rise yeast (jar of it in the baking aisle)
- 1 tsp salt (fine sea salt is best)
- 1 cup warm water (I used a bit more)
- 1/4 cup olive oil
Directions for Bread in an Hour
- Combine half of the flour and dry ingredients. Then mix in water and oil
- Mix in remaining flour
- Knead 10-15 minutes (I only did about 5)
- Shape as desired (round or long, 1 or 2 loaf) and let rest while preheating oven to 425 degrees
- Spray with water for crunchy crust and put into oven
- Bake at 425 degrees for 15 minutes, then rest of the time (about 10 minutes) at 350 degrees
Ta-da! Homemade bread in an hour.
Warning: do not try Nutella on this homemade bread. It’s so good, you’ll eat the whole loaf.
Let me know what you think. Impress your family and bake this for a special occasion!
The bread is pretty dense, but I can’t get over how easy and cheap it is to make your own bread.
I can’t wait to mess with the recipe a bit and add walnuts and raisins next.
Happy baking! And pin this for later!