Thursday, May 28, 2009

Pizza Hut Style Bread Sticks at Home!

I try and make spaghetti at least once a month. Spaghetti is one of those meals that I have on my regular meal rotation. Plus my youngest loves "sketti" as he calls it, so I know this is one meal he will eat. I usually serve Garlic Texas Toast or French Bread on the side, but this time I wanted something different. I remembered a recipe for Pizza Hut Style Bread sticks over at Real Mom Kitchen. My daughter loves ordering bread sticks when we order take out pizza, so I thought I would surprise her and make them myself. I don't know what Pizza Hut's Bread Sticks taste like, so I cannot do a comparison to tell you if they are similar. I do know that these were awesome bread sticks . We pretty much gobbled down all of them. My daughter was so excited to see the bread sticks at the table. I got a thumbs up from Mackenzie so I know they were good. Plus they are homemade and really quick to throw together. Now you can make Restaurant Style Bread sticks at home!!!


Dissolve sugar, salt and dry milk



in hot water.

Add enough flour (1 cup) to make a soupy mixture.

When the mixture is no longer hot but still warm add the yeast and stir well.

Then add the rest of the flour, enough to form a moderately stiff dough. Knead the dough until smooth.

Roll dough into a rectangular shape the size of your baking pan. Spread half of the butter onto the baking pan. I did not read the directions clearly so i ended up cutting mine on the counter and then placing them on the baking pan. Trust me it is easier to do as the directions state and cut them on the baking pan.



and spread the remaining butter on top of the dough. Top the bread sticks with garlic salt, Parmesan cheese, salad seasoning salt, or whatever you want. (I sprinkled garlic salt and Parmesan cheese) Cut the dough into bread sticks with a pizza cutter and let raise for 10-15 min. Bake at 350 degrees for 20- 25 min. Yum





Pizza Hut Style Bread sticks

1 ½ cup hot water
2 tablespoon sugar
½ tsp salt
½ cup non fat dry milk
1 tablespoon yeast
3 cup flour (bread flour or all purpose)
1/3 cup melted butter
(I used have of the butter, just softened and spread it in the pan. The other half I melted and poured it on top)

Dissolve sugar, salt and dry milk in hot water. Add enough flour (1 cup) to make a soupy mixture. When the mixture is no longer hot but still warm add the yeast and stir well. Then add the rest of the flour, enough to form a moderately stiff dough. Knead the dough until smooth. Roll dough into a rectangular shape the size of your baking pan. Spread half of the butter onto the baking pan, then place your dough into the pan and spread the remaining butter on top of the dough. Top the bread sticks with garlic salt, Parmesan cheese, salad seasoning salt, or whatever you want. (I sprinkled garlic salt and Parmesan cheese) Cut the dough into bread sticks with a pizza cutter and let raise for 10-15 min. Bake at 350 degrees for 20- 25 min.


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22 comments:

Justin said... #

pizza hut style, but so much better because you made them yourself...

Heidi said... #

I have been wanting to try this recipe (along with the pizza she posted), but just haven't gotten around to it. I'm so glad you had success with it. Now I know it will work! I think it would pair great with spaghetti. Sounds so yummy right about now! Hope you and your little ones are having a great summer :)

newlyweds said... #

Oh I love pizza hut breadsticks, these look so good and easy, love that.

Rita - Creatively Domestic said... #

I love love love Pizza Hut breadsticks. I could care less about the pizza, but those breadsticks get me every time. I WILL be trying these soon! Thanks for sharing!

Teresa Cordero Cordell said... #

Tina, these are fantastic. I will definitely be trying them. I recently found a recipe for Olive Garden breadstick "wannabes". So I guess we'll be making lots and lots of breadsticks. :)

YaYa's Funhouse said... #

looks yummy, I can smell them over here! HA!!

Colin's Mom said... #

I love these and I love the idea of making them at home so you can control what goes on them!

jobs newzealand said... #

i do bread sticks at home too.. but your looks so delicious..

Crystalin Dunn said... #

Awesome recipe! Breadsticks in under an hour. You can't beat that with a stick! Plus, they just look gorgeous.

sherri said... #

They look perfect, and delicious.

A "must try".

charmaine said... #

hello! your blog is beautiful! i have been looking for a good southern food blog and i just found it! i am a southern girl, from Mississippi and i can tell your food is soooo good! my mother and i were looking for a hot water cornbread recipe and your blog came up. the recipe looks delicious and were going to try it on Sunday. i see you also are a Paula Deen lover, i love Paula Deen, she is the best. now i'm off to look at more of your fabulous southern recipes. the post about the breakfast for dinner, well that bacon gravy looks so good. i also loved the plate image of the Memorial Day celebration. yummy! thanks for sharing and have a super blessed day!

God Bless,
Charmaine

Caroline said... #

I'm going to have to give that recipe a whirl! I saw it over on "Real Mom" too and thought they looked good. Have to be less expensive than the Pizza Hut ones!! Yours look delicious!
Thanks for the post!!

Julie said... #

These are so good!! My 6 year old son who would live on "skitti" if I would let him loved them to. The best part is how easy they are! Thanks for sharing the recipe. It's a keeper!

Rachel said... #

My husband could make a whole meal out of breadsticks...and especially loves Pizza Hut breadsticks! Can't
wait to try these!!!

Crazy About Cakes said... #

I really love Pizza Hut bread sticks! I will definitely be giving these a try. They look delicious! Keep up the good work. I love your blog.

Jen said... #

Simply delicious! Thanks for the recipe and the pics =)

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Julie said... #

They look super...I'll bet my kiddos would love 'em!

Shawna said... #

Look fabulous, Tina! Your pictures are beautiful!! Congratulations too on your "Blogiversary!"

Anonymous said... #

I have made these and my family LOVES them!! In fact we loved them so much I found a recipe for pan pizza and sauce. We have "pizza" night a few times a month. We don't even order Pizza Hut anymore!

Anonymous said... #

Tina, I'm going to try this tonight with sketti ;), but I don't have powdered milk.....
Is there any way I could sub liquid milk for it, or even warm water?

Thanks so much!

Happimtn said... #

Looks great - to simplify I might try doing it as Pizza Hut does. They cook the bread and then cut it into the strips as apposed to before. Something I remember from working there while in High School!