Excellent! Light and fluffy! I did as Moonchild64 suggested and made 1/2 of the recipe into cinnamon rolls, and they were wonderful!
i made these with AP flour because i could not find any bread flour. they came out well, but i think that the bread flour would make a difference. i will make again when i find bread flour and re-rate this, since i really feel i need to give this 5 stars.
By far the best rolls I have ever made as well! This is my only roll recipe that I will use! My family begs me to make them. I divide the dough into 24 pieces and roll them into balls, put them in my muffin cup pan two at a time! I also bake at 350 for about 10-12 minutes! Just the best you can make in my opinion! Try for yourself!Thanks so much for sharing this great recipe!
Excellent eaxy recipe. I've made this many times now and it always turns out great. Thanks!
YUM!!! Will definitely make these again...and again...and again! They brown so nicely and are so soft and fluffy. Effortless in that everything goes in the bread machine...and yet they taste like you went to a great deal of effort. Thanks for sharing!
I have made this recipe so many times and it never fails me. These always turn out good. I read a review where they said they turned out doughy. Just cover them in foil and cook a little longer and that should help with the problem. I cannot say enough good things about these rolls.
Great recipe! I made them for Thanksgiving and they were requested for Christmas. The second time I made them I only had 1 C. of white flour, so I used my whole wheat flour instead. They still turned out well, but needed more cooking time. The honey + melted butter spread is a nice add on to the top!
Very easy to work with this dough. Sometimes I've found this to not be the case w/ bread machine roll recipes. I baked at 350 as well and made larger rolls, around 20 I think?
Great rolls! I love the buttery flavor and you don't even need to add butter on top of the roll to curb your butter "fix". I used 3 3/4 cups of flour and 1/4 cup of flaxseed. Let them rise for an hour and a half or so and baked for 13 minutes. Wonderful rolls! I will definitely be making again.
This is the best "bread machine" roll recipe I've ever tried, and I've tried a lot. I cut the salt back to 1 tsp,, and let the rolls raise for 2 -3 hours. When they're coming out of the oven, I brush the tops with a combination of softened margarine and a bit of honey. You won't be disappointed in this recipe, I promise.