Transform this easy refrigerator dough into sandwich bread, breadsticks, cinnamon rolls and more.

Adam Dolge
January 12, 2021
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If you want to fill your home with the aroma of fresh bread but aren't ready for the full-on commitment of tending to a sourdough starter, we got you. Mix up a batch of our no-knead dough, pop it in the fridge and portion it throughout the week to make crusty loves, rolls, flatbreads and more. Let's bake!

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Make a batch of this dough and let it sit in your fridge for easy baking throughout the week. The dough will develop a tangier flavor the longer it hibernates in the fridge. This recipe makes enough dough to bake three of the following recipes.

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This delicious boule comes together with only 10 minutes of active time. You can use it for sandwiches or enjoy a slice in the morning for an easy breakfast. 

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These breadsticks are as easy as 1-2-3 and take just 5 minutes of active time. Bake a batch of these breadsticks to go along with soup for a delicious weeknight dinner. 

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Get a delicious breakfast treat in the oven in just 15 minutes with this easy pull-apart roll recipe. Pair one of these mouthwatering rolls with a mug of coffee or tea for the perfect start to any morning. 

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These savory muffins are the perfect accompaniment to any breakfast spread. With the help of the No-Knead Bread Dough, these purses will be on the table in just 20 minutes.

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These sweet rolls are jam-packed with pistachios, orange and cardamom. Make a batch of these rolls for the ultimate afternoon treat. 

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These savory rolls are bursting with flavor thanks to a combination of fennel seeds, caraway seeds and crushed red pepper. 

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Garlic and onion pair beautifully in this savory flatbread recipe. This flavorful baked good is a delicious addition to any table. 

This article originally appeared in EatingWell Magazine Jan/Feb 2021.