About Our Rustic Skillet Bread
- 2 Serving Skillet Bread
- Dietary Considerations: vegetarian
- all-natural ingredients
- 320 calories per serving
- 8 g protein per serving
- Meal Net Weight: 5.8 oz | 166 g
- Meal Includes: dough mix with yeast; organic extra virgin olive oil
- Required: fry pan with lid
- Recommended: non-stick fry pan; heat diffuser; heat tolerant spatula
- Insider Tips:
- Using slightly warm water rather than cool will encourage the dough to rise a bit faster.
- Worried about scorching? For best results when using Packit Gourmet's Skillet-Bake technique, we always recommend using a Heat Diffuser.
olive oil packet and natural desiccant.
1/2 cup (4 oz / 118 ml) of slightly warm water to the pouch and stir to create a soft dough. Press air from pouch; seal and massage for 2 minutes to blend.
for 10 minutes to rise.
1/2 of olive oil packet into the skillet.
dough in oily skillet.
into a 6" round and cover with lid.
over low heat for 5 min or until pillowy and the bottom has browned. Then remove lid, drizzle remaining oil on top and flip to bake the other side 3-5 minutes or until golden & firm.
your Rustic Skillet Bread broken into warm wedges!
Ingredients & Nutrition
Organic Unbleached Wheat Flour, Biscuit Mix (enriched bleached flour [wheat flour, niacin (B3), iron, thiamin mononitrate (B1), riboflavin (B2), folic acid (B9)], palm oil, salt, contains less than 2% of: corn syrup solids, baking soda, sodium aluminum phosphate, sugar, sodium caseinate, mono & diglycerides), Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Organic Evaporated Cane Juice, Yeast, Buttermilk (sweet cream buttermilk solids), Sea Salt, Organic Honey, Butter (sweet cream, salt, annatto, nonfat milk solids, sodium caseinate, disodium phosphate), Spices, Minced White Onion
CONTAINS: Milk, Soy, Wheat
PROCESSED IN A FACILITY THAT HANDLES WHEAT, EGG, MILK, SOYBEAN, PEANUT AND TREE NUT PRODUCTS.
frequently asked questions
Really good. Tried using a skillet but burnt the bottom. Tried a second time using our oven in the RV, came out MUCH better. More control of the heat and using the skillet over a fire or coals.
What a treat! I brought extra olive oil for dipping, herbs, and another time I brought a honey packet. Fun treat when you're tired and need a little something.
This is a fan fave with my crowd. We always pack one and have made it so many ways. You can actually bake it in orange peels which is cool or wrap it around a stick to save pan clean up. Pack some honey or Jam!
I was dubious that this would work, but it was SO GOOD! Slight onion flavor and a texture between a biscuit and bread. Its hot crispy crust on the outside and the warm soft bread-y inside was a real treat on our last backpacking trip!
The kids love this bread! It's a great addition to a meal with stew or soup or eggs or pretty much anything. How long does a package last, generally? I'm wondering how effective it would be to stock up. Thank you!
Wonderful bread! I'd eat this anytime, not just on a trail. Perfect with spaghetti or a hearty soup. More than enough for two and super easy to make.
As always, I try new products at home before hitting the trail. Cooked on low heat, using aluminum foil as cover. Cooked up perfectly, and tasted great. 5 stars.
Simply the best! Easy to make and turns out well. Nice to have warm bread to sop up some of the beef stew and gumbo liquids with. Wish I had been smart enough to take some butter packets from McDonalds...
Just fixed some of this bread last night (pre-hike testing ). Its easy to mix, cooks up pretty fast and tastes darn good! It will be going on my CDT section hike in June!
~ 20 minutes
9 ounce multi-serving loaf