I had been on the look for a very easy bread recipe to try with Sixtine (I have made bread a couple times before and it took so long I found it quite discouraging – we don’t own a machine) when I found the perfect recipe for dinner rolls (suggested by someone on a Facebook group).
I cannot believe how easy and delicious those rolls can be. I made a second batch (by myself this time) tonight and I am starting to think it wasn’t a good idea after all as I have been eating them like there is no tomorrow.
I always make sure to only put the necessary ingredients in front of Sixtine as to not overwhelm her and put them in order of use from left to right. She did an amazing job and we had so much fun. Victoire joined us towards the end (she was napping). It was her first time helping out in the kitchen and she clearly had a blast. It was the perfect occasion to wear her little apron – a great gift from Beth and her family on her first birthday.
Shot glasses / available here , I use Victoire’s glasses as they are the perfect size!
Recipe for dinner rolls:
- Mix warm water (please supervise your child accordingly), oil, sugar and yeast; let rest for 10 minutes until yeast activates.
- Add salt and beaten egg; blend well.
- Add flour, one cup at a time until soft dough if formed.
- Knead on a floured surface 5-10 minutes or until dough is smooth and elastic.
- Shape into small balls (walnut sized) and put into a greased baking pan.
- Let rise at least 5-10 minutes or until they double in size.
- Bake at 425 degrees for 15-20 minutes.
Do you have a great toddler-friendly recipe for bread (or anything nice and sweet) that you would like to share? Please do!
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