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Recipes 20 Five-Ingredient Recipes To Bake If You’re Tired, Stressed, Or Hungry


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Recipes 20 Five-Ingredient Recipes To Bake If You’re Tired, Stressed, Or Hungry

Maybe you’re a novice baker trying to learn some new recipes, or maybe you’re just looking for an easy baked recipe to get you through self-quarantine. Whatever the case, these low-key five-ingredient (or fewer!) recipes for cookies, bread, and more are just what you’re looking for. Universal Pictures Joy Food Sunshine / Via joyfoodsunshine.com This…

Recipes 20 Five-Ingredient Recipes To Bake If You’re Tired, Stressed, Or Hungry

Recipes

Recipes

Maybe you’re a beginner baker attempting to learn some brand-new recipes, or maybe you’re simply looking for an easy baked recipe to get you through self-quarantine. Whatever the case, these subtle five-ingredient (or fewer!) recipes for cookies, bread, and more are just what you’re looking for.


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Joy Food Sunshine/ Via joyfoodsunshine.com

This may be the only bread dish you’ll ever require. The dish calls for all-purpose flour, active dry yeast, salt, and water. It needs a little patience as you wait for the dough to increase, however the outcome is worth the wait. Get the dish for easy no-knead bread here.


Skinny Taste/ Via skinnytaste.com

All set for immediate happiness? Just include cream cheese. Bake these infants in the oven or in the air fryer for an extra-crispy exterior. Get the dish for these easy bagels


Six Sisters’ Stuff/ Via sixsistersstuff.com

Serve this soft, fluffy, and wonderfully chewy naan with dips or turn it into imaginative naan pizza with your preferred toppings. Get the recipe for homemade naan here.


Slightly Meandering/ Via mildlymeandering.com

Immediate yeast, flour, sugar, vegetable oil, and eggs (plus salt and water) are the only ingredients needed to make this super-fluffy, melt-in-your-mouth braided loaf. Get the dish for challah bread here.


Sweet Phi/ Via sweetphi.com

The dish calls for blueberries, but you can work up this frying pan cake with basically whatever fruit you have on hand, from strawberries to banana. Get the recipe for blueberry frying pan dump cake here.


Our Table for Seven/ Via ourtableforseven.com

Self-rising flour, milk, and plain yogurt or sour cream are all you require to make this crispy-on-the-outside, doughy-on-the-inside rolls. Get the recipe for supper rolls here.

Grab some biscuit dough from the refrigerator aisle and you’re well on your method to making this sticky glazed cinnamon monkey bread. Get the recipe for easy monkey bread here.


Mighty Mrs/ Via mightymrs.com

Made with just active dry yeast, milk, honey, salt, and bread flour, this wet and tasty bread is best for breakfast with a bit of butter or jam. Get the recipe for milk-and-honey bread here.


The Normal Mama/ Via temeculablogs.com

This cheaters’ banana bread loaf comes together with overripe bananas, boxed spice cake mix, eggs, and oil. Get the dish for cake mix banana bread here.


The Comfort of Cooking/ Via thecomfortofcooking.com

Flour, kosher salt, active dry yeast, and water are the only components you’ll require to make these perfectly portioned mini loaves of bread. Prepare them in a Dutch oven or any old baking dish. Get the dish for no-knead mini artisan loaves here.


Rasa Malaysia/ Via rasamalaysia.com

Homemade focaccia needs just five ingredients, however you can jazz it up with herbs, spices, or add-ins like rosemary and sea salt, olives and pine nuts, or garlic and olive oil. Get the dish for fluffy focaccia bread here.

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Half Baked Harvest/ Via halfbakedharvest.com

Plain yogurt, honey, instant yeast, flour, and salt (plus some warm water) are all that’s needed to make this seriously impressive, bakery-quality loaf. Get the dish for no-knead Dutch oven sourdough here.


The View From Great Island/ Via theviewfromgreatisland.com

Not to be significant, however these flaky, buttery biscuits, made with self-rising flour, buttermilk, and butter, simply might change your life (or, at the minimum, dinnertime). Get the recipe for buttermilk biscuits here.

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