It took closer to an hour for them to double in size, and for whatever reason, I felt like I had to sit by them the entire time, like I was a bird incubating its eggs. (Am I ready to be a dad??)
Before they go in the oven, you brush them with butter and kosher salt, and then, while they're baking, you put together a lil' mix of garlic powder, oregano, and salt to sprinkle on them after they're done.
The recipe says the bake time is 15 minutes at 400 degrees, but I found that 14 was ideal for my smaller oven to give the breadsticks that paler, slightly golden Olive Garden color. One minute makes a difference, y'all.