Semi-Homemade Bread

A few months ago, I was at the local Food Lion searching for some good bread in the bakery section. If you've never been to Jacksonville, NC, you don't realize just how limited my options were. Having turned my nose up at the terrible choices offered to me, I found myself in the baking aisle and came across this:

Find link to bread here

Fleischmann's offers four different types of Simply Homemade No Knead Bread Mix: Italian Herb, Country White, Stoneground Wheat, and Multi-Grain. It's seriously the easiest thing you'll ever "bake!" Just follow these steps:

Step 1: Mix yeast and sugar packets together. Add 1 cup of warm (100-110 degrees) water. Stir and let sit for 2 minutes.

Step 2: Pour in bread mix.

Step 3: Stir until dough forms a ball.

Step 4: Shape dough into a small loaf on a greased cookie sheet.

Step 5: Cover dough with a small kitchen towel and place in a warm, draft-free place (I put mine in the oven). Let rise for 25 minutes.

Step 6: Remove towel and make three small slices along the top of the loaf (this is merely for decorative purposes). Preheat oven to 400 degrees.

Step 7: Bake for 20-25 minutes until a golden crust forms.

Step 8: Slice and enjoy warm, fresh baked bread in an hour! It seriously doesn't get any easier. 

I have tried three out of the four options and they are all delicious! 


  1. Looks delicious. This will be going on our grocery list for next week. Thanks for the heads up.


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