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The World's Easiest Bread Recipe

Updated on April 10, 2013

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Bread recipes can be a tricky thing. First you need to decide what to make. Do you want to make white bread, wheat bread, ciabatta bread, or are you looking for an exotic dish? Then you have to gather all your ingredients and painstakingly slave over a hot oven for what may be hours. However, I come to shine a beacon of truth into your kitchen. I have discovered the ultimate bread loaf recipe and it only contains one mandatory ingredient. Disclaimer: This recipe is mostly for men or lazy chefs like me.

Does your bread look like this?

Presentation is key!
Presentation is key!

Prep time: 2 minutes

Cook time: Around 30 minutes

Total time: 32ish minutes

Ingredients:

One Pillsbury Grands rolls tube

One tray

One genius idea

Directions:

1a. Preheat oven to 350 degrees

1b. First you must open the tube. This can be the most dangerous part. I always feel like a member of the bomb squad when attempting to find the seam and apply the needed pressure to open the container. Even though it only pops open slightly, I feel like I am waiting for a nuclear explosion. Once the package is open you are ready for step two.

2. Place entire Grands roll on tray. Put the dough on the middle of the tray with equal distance in all directions for any necessary bread expansion.

3. Cook for 30-40 minutes depending on your oven. You want to have a crunchy outside with a soft, but not overly doughy, inside.

4. Throw away any evidence of your lack of effort. Your bread will look incredibly fancy, but all credibility goes out the window if you allow any evidence of your ingredients (or lack thereof) to be seen by anyone. Keep it a secret between you and the bread gods.

5. Be prepared to serve your bread like a boss. As you bring the bread to the table you must be sure that you look something like this picture. It will further your status as an expert chef.

Put on your bread making boss face

In just five easy steps you have created what has to look like the fanciest bread you have ever seen. If you did it correctly you should have a crumb-free, pre-cut, deliciousness-ordained meal accent that is sure to make you the envy of every baker and homemaker in town. Make sure that you keep your work a secret. If you need to further camouflage the end product, consider sprinkling cheese on top to give it an even fancier look. Thanks for reading and happy cooking!

Don't get found out like this poor soul

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    • EvanWright profile imageAUTHOR

      Evan Wright 

      5 years ago from Minneapolis, MN

      You got it Hawaiian! A man doesn't have time to make both Grands rolls and bread, so I choose to make GRAND bread.

    • hawaiianodysseus profile image

      Hawaiian Odysseus 

      5 years ago from Southeast Washington state

      Kudos to you for a brilliant idea that enables us men to return to the man cave as soon as possible. No fuss, no muss, no discuss!

      Thanks for sharing!

      Joe

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