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Easy Peasy Bread Sticks

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These quick and easy bread sticks are a wonderful way to get the kids helping in the kitchen. If they can do it so can you. Just a warning… they are also addicting. I can never eat just one.

Ingredients

  • 1-½ cup Warm Water
  • 1 Tablespoon Sugar
  • 1 teaspoon Salt
  • 1 Tablespoon Dry Active Yeast
  • 3-½ cups Flour
  • ½ cups Melted Butter
  • 1 cup Grated Parmesan Cheese
  • Lemon Pepper Or Seasoning Of Choice

Preparation

Mix together warm water, sugar, salt and yeast. Allow yeast to activate (about 10 minutes). Add flour and stir in with a fork until dough holds together. Turn out onto floured board.

Knead lightly into a ball. Divide into 32 equal portions. On floured board, roll out into bread sticks. Dip into melted butter and then into Parmesan cheese. Place onto greased cookie sheet (16 per bakers half sheet.) Sprinkle with lemon pepper.

Preheat oven to 400 degrees. This gives the bread sticks about 10 minutes to begin to rise. Cook at 400 degrees for 15 minutes.

May be made in the morning and kept in the refrigerator unbaked. Remove from the refrigerator about 30 – 45 minutes (depending on how warm your house is) before baking.

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The Suzzzz on 1.30.2012

I’ve loved these since I was little. I think this recipes goes in the Utah/Mormon classification along with funeral potatoes, green jello salad, fried scones, and a few others. It has been in every ward cookbook i’ve ever owned.

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squashblossombabies on 4.6.2011

These look great!

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msblue on 3.31.2011

Tried this recipe today and all I can say is thank you.

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callimakesdo on 2.28.2011

I’ve never frozen them before, but here’s my best guess. I would bake them first, but on the barely done side. Then when you serve them, put them back in to brown them up. This is just my best guess, I’ve done something similar with rolls and it worked. Let me know if you try it! cheers, Calli

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nanama on 2.24.2011

Oops! that should say bake!

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karend on 1.8.2015

Nice soft breadsticks. I love how fast they come together. No waiting for them to rise or rolling out dough. Will be making these again. My family of 5 at the whole batch – my 10 year old devoured them. I did not dip in butter, just lightly brushed with butter and sprinkled parmesan cheese and garlic powder on top.

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kookiecookie on 11.1.2013

These were easy and great. I brushed butter on half the breadsticks and sprinkled on some parmesan. Then I added some garlic powder to the remaining butter and brushed that on the second half. I put half of each on each pan and baked both sheets for 8 minutes, then removed the top sheet. I baked the remaining sheet for an additional 7 minutes, and cooled and froze the other half.

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karac on 11.5.2011

They are so yummy and easy to make! The kiddo’s loved helping. I am just wishing I had maade marinara sauce to dip them in. We will be making them again soon. Thanks for sharing such a wonderful simple recipe.

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kateleslie on 4.22.2011

Easy peasy and delicious!

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lauraang on 4.14.2011

These are very good, and I love how simple they are to make. I had never done lemon pepper on a breadstick before, and I loved it.

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