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Thread: Last minute Breadsticks (really quick and always turn out great)

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    Super Member Val in IN's Avatar
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    Thanks for the yummy sounding recipe! Can't wait to try these!!

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    What do you mean by a "cube" of butter? A stick seems like too much, but then again, they'd REALLY be good.

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    Thank you for sharing. They look GOOOOOOOOOD! My DGD would love these.

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    Thanks so much, I use to make these all the time while the kids were growing up then stopped and forgot the receipe. Simple as it is I just couldn't remember. I'm going straight home after work to make them!

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    What type of yeast do you use? The rapid rise or the active dry?

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    Those look yummy! I'll have to try this one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bstock View Post
    What type of yeast do you use? The rapid rise or the active dry?
    Just regular active yeast.
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    Quote Originally Posted by idoqlts View Post
    What do you mean by a "cube" of butter? A stick seems like too much, but then again, they'd REALLY be good.
    The recipe calls for 1 stick of butter. I sometimes only use 3/4 of a stick. The butter makes them crispy on the bottom so they are really good.
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    These look and sound awesome! I'll be trying them soon here at home then having my Home Ec Club teens make them! They'll love 'em! Thanks so much for posting the recipe!
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    Yummy!!! Now I'll have to make some.
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