Bread is something I make that tells my family I love them. I love the process of kneading, watching it rise and shaping it into balls or loaves. Recently, we tried a new twist on bread as I set the dinner table with Sister Schubert’s new Mini Baguettes and Soft Pretzel Rolls. There was on the spot drooling!
We tried the Mini Baguettes first. They were sinfully easy. Literally take them out of the freezer, open the bag, place on baking sheet and bake. I served them with homemade tomato soup, a family favorite. Everyone LOVED these rolls. There are some great textures here, crisp crust on the outside and warm, dense deliciousness on the inside. We dipped them in the soup and one of us even smothered there’s in butter. I don’t think there’s a way these can be eaten that wouldn’t be scrumptious!
We followed with Soft Pretzel Rolls served with Chicken in Port. I had never experienced a Pretzel Roll before so I had no idea what to expect. Like the Mini Baguettes, Sister Schubert makes it easy to prepare and serve fresh bread with every meal. The Pretzel Rolls are tender on the inside with the texture of a soft pretzel and the outside is a subtle crisp. They were fantastic!
When all was eaten, my family could not believe this was frozen bread! I loved that from freezer to table in less than ten minutes these rolls are easy and deliver great taste in no time.
The only complaint we had was that a six-count bag doesn’t last long!
Sister Schubert’s Mini Baguettes and Pretzel rolls are available for a suggested retail price of $3.79 for a six-count bag, of course store pricing may vary.
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*I received Sister Schubert’s Mini Baguettes and Pretzel Rolls in order to facilitate an honest review. The opinions, where expressed are my own and were in no way influenced by the sponsor. Others experiences may vary.