Are you tired by store-bought bread? Then I invite you to try these super easy quick weekend bread rolls!
A few weeks ago I asked on my private Facebook for easy bread recipes. I’m tired by the fluffy bread from the stores here and have been thinking about making my own bread (without a bread maker) since long.
But I found it hard to keep going after some fails. So asking for “fool approved” recipes felt the right way to re-start this process. I still have some recipes at hand to try. But I love the below one already.
It’s one that I can prepare within minutes the evening before and just bake the next morning. Adults and kids enjoy it and most ingredients we will all have at hand. I call the recipe the
Super easy quick weekend bread rolls
- 450 grams spelt flour (I use whole wheat flour, couldn’t find spelt here yet)
- 500 ml water
- a big handful of oatmeal
- 15 grams dry yeast
- 1 teaspoon of salt
Stir in a big bowl with a fork, cover it with plastic foil ( with some holes in it)
Put in refrigerator overnight to let it rise ( or for at least 6 hours).
Preheat oven: 220C.
Put some oil on baking plate. Form little balls with 2 eating spoons.
You can make between 14-16 buns.
Simply bake for 15-20 mins.
Set the table, prepare your tea or coffee and the super easy quick weekend bread rolls are ready!
So good and easy! Why not have a try over the holidays?
And if you have a fool-approved bread recipes feel free to share! Especially for bread rolls that can be baked the next morning!
To start the weekend with warm, homemade bread is so nice, don’t you think?
Find your ease, wherever you are – as well in the kitchen!