{Easy Bread Recipe} Lazy Woman Bread

Wouldn’t you love to find an easy bread recipe?  Well here is a recipe that involves such simple baking it is called Lazy Woman Bread.  With this recipe from Kids Activities Blog, you can enjoy freshly baked bread any time.

easy bread recipe

Easy Bread Recipe

easy bread This is a time saver for those of you who are bread snobs and want your bread fresh out of the oven but don’t have the time or energy to mix, rise, punch, rise, bake, etc. on a daily basis.

You will need a 10qt/2.5 gal food safe container to keep your dough in (you can half the recipe and use a smaller container).

Here are the ingredients (mix with dough hook in order listed):
– 6 cups warm water
– 1/2 c oil
– 2 T olive oil
– 1/4 c sugar
– 1/4c yeast
– 1/4 c powdered milk
– 6-8c white flour
– 4-6c fun grains (rye, potato flakes, oatmeal, flaxseed, red wheat, graham, whatever)
– 1 T salt

Simple Baking

Mix well, it will be a bit wet looking for a bread dough. Dump into a 10q food safe tub. Let it sit on the counter for an hour or two until it rises nearly to the lid. Then refrigerate. Take dough out as needed to bake – it will keep for over a week.

I usually let the bread sit for about twenty min before baking to reactivate the yeast. Also, for a crusty taste, bake it simultaneously with a pot of water in the oven. It is really the lazy woman’s bread!

PS – If you want more of the fun grains you can replace white with more graham flour or add a T of gluten… or enjoy eating a flatter loaf.

This easy bread recipe also goes well with some of our other What is for dinner? family dinner solutions:

  • What IS for dinner? – Check out this easy casserole recipe that will have you transforming leftovers into magical casseroles!
  • Christmas casserole – One of Heather’s favorite family breakfasts that she saves for the holidays.
  • Family meal ideas – Rachel spells out what her meal planning looks like!


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An original "Quirky Momma" blogger and "Mommy" to six kids under six, when Rachel is not wiping crayon off the walls or wading through laundry, she can be found exploring and creating with her kiddos. She hopes to be someone who acts justly, loves kindness and walks humbly before God (Micah 6:8).