Bread Bites: Sweet or Savory

Bread Bites

I love me a good soft pretzel and I have been looking for awhile now for a good homemade pretzel recipe that doesn’t require a lot of…you know…work.

This is kind of a lazy man’s recipe for bread bites, which are not pretzels, but definitely satisfy that craving and are so easy to make.

First, you’ll need a tube of Pillsbury French bread (located where all the other Pillsbury dough products are at the store). Next, I cut the dough in to little bites:

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This next step plumps up the bites quite nicely. I threw them in to boiling water for 45 seconds. The kids liked watching them plump up and look, we even got a smiley face:

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I took them out and set them on a paper towel on top of a towel to drain:

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Next, I popped them into the oven at 375° for about 20 minutes. They came out nice and golden on top:

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Here’s the best part. Butter up those bad boys and then either salt them or roll them in cinnamon and sugar. Or batches of both!

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They are soooo good! Me and the family ate all of them in one sitting! Ok, so I ate most of them, but my family at least got to taste them 😉

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7 thoughts on “Bread Bites: Sweet or Savory

  1. Terri Boris

    Yum!!! I’ll have to try those. I do have a recipe for pretzels that I used to bake with my students if you’re interested, I can dig it out of the box in the garage? Parents often used it at their kid’s parties too. As I remember, it seemed pretty easy…

  2. Oh my gosh I could totally go for some of those cinnamon sugar bites right now! Especially with some Auntie Anne’s glaze dip! Ooooo!!!! Raisins! They need raisins! Nom, nom, nom….I’m hungry. 😮 )

  3. Yum…I’m pinning this too! I wonder if Pillsbury sells pretzel dough? If not, they should

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