Yummy Pita Bread

PITA0017_640Over the weekend, I made pita bread.  It was my first time making it so I was surprised that it turned out pretty good.

PITA0001_640For me, the fun thing about making anything is using cute measuring cups, spoons, and bowls.  I’m still on the lookout for some fun measuring cups and bowls but I think I’ve found the cutest measuring spoons ever.

PITA0002_640I don’t have a stand mixer so I did the mixing and kneading by hand but I’d love to someday have a blue, red, or yellow stand mixer.

PITA0015_640As I was rolling out the dough, I ran out of flour.  I got nervous but continued rolling and everything worked out fine.  The oil I had rolled the dough in, to keep it from sticking to the bowl when it was rising, surprisingly kept it from sticking to the rolling pin and foil wrapped counter.

PITA0012_640I also don’t have a cast iron skillet but do have a cast iron wok.  The bottom was flat enough that the pita’s were able to cook thoroughly.

TWINKC0023_640The best part, of course, was eating it.  Here my sister is feeding one of my twin nieces.  My niece also dipped it in hummus!  My own kids don’t like hummus and one doesn’t like any kind of bread (except for pumpkin bread) so I was very surprised and happy to see this.

I found the recipe on Pinterest, which took me to this blogger’s recipe, in which I used.