Breadsticks {In Less Than An Hour}

Hey y’all! I’m super excited to share this easy breadstick recipe today. My family loves these. I happy to love them a little too much. Ahem. I love that I can have them done from start to finish in less than an hour!


Seriously. They are soft on the inside and crusty on the outside. Perfection.

Does baking with yeast scare you? Do you make your own bread?

Have a beautiful day!



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  1. Carol says

    The breadsticks in your photo look like loaves. How big do you actually make the breadsticks? Also, how many breadsticks does the recipe yield? Thanks!

  2. says

    I can’t wait to try these! Love adding bread to a meal a couple of times a week :)

    And, yes, I make all of our bread products. That was one of our big health changes that we made last year. Goal: If we wanted a bread product, we would make it. We’ve cheated a few times for efficiency’s sake, but 90% of the time we make our own pancakes, waffles, hot dog/hamburger buns, sandwich bread, and dinner rolls. The taste and smell can’t be beat!

    Thanks for sharing!
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  3. Lynda says

    I’ve just come on board. Thanks so much for this breadstick recipe. Tried it yesterday , and it was not only easy, but ” super scrumptious” ( said my daughter). She doesn’t eat store- bought breadstick but loves this so much . I made two sticks which fit nicely on my baking tray. I may try putting slices of olives n rosemary on top the next time. We kept one for today and reheat it in the oven. What is the best way to refresh it, and can i freeze it ? I suppose I can make the dough into bread rolls? Wondering if you could do a post on how to store fruits and vegetables . Thanks , Lynda .



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