"Homemade" Bread

One thing I've recently gotten myself reacquainted with are frozen bread dough loaves. A couple of weeks ago I bought the Rhodes brand at my local grocery store. I paid $4 for the package.

At 5 loaves for $4, how could you possibly go wrong?!

Growing up, my mother would also use the bread dough to make our pizza. I've even used it to make cinnamon rolls a time or two before. The directions for preparation couldn't be simpler!

Last week during one of our especially cold and windy days, I wanted nothing more than to smell the delicious, comforting aroma of fresh bread baking in the oven. So, I pulled a loaf out of the freezer in the morning, let it thaw and rise, and popped it into the oven at 350 degrees. In about 20 minutes I was rewarded with the most amazingly tasty, soft, fresh loaf of bread!

Mmmm, Mmmm, Good! This bread was still slightly warm from the oven....The butter just melted right onto it.

If you haven't tried frozen bread dough loaves before, or you're like me and haven't thought to use them in a while, grab a bag next time you're out shopping. You won't be disappointed!

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