Last week I made soup for supper and thought some "homemade" bread would taste good with it.
It comes with a flour mix, a small envelope of yeast and a small envelope of sugar. You start by stirring the yeast with some warm water and adding the sugar. After waiting a few minutes for it to start foaming, you stir in the flour mix, then turn it out onto a cookie sheet, cover and let it rise for 25 minutes. It doesn't double in size but does rise a little, then it's baked for 25 minutes.
Here's the finished product! It really was done in less than an hour - about 55 minutes. It had a crispy crust and a soft center. We thought it was really good and I'll be getting it again.