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I used yeast!!! and the crazy thing is it was easy AND it worked! I, Robyn a yeastaphobe made Buttery Bread Machine Rolls and they turned out just like rolls should! I have not been this excited since I don't even know when! I have had a bread machine for years and have never once used the dough cycle because I thought it would be really hard to do anything with the dough but it was so easy! and dough is so theraputic! I am going to make some sort of bread again today, a monster has been created! thanks shapeweaver for urging me and jean for a super easy intro into the bread world! I followed the advice of a few reviewers and disolved the sugar in the milk that I warmed in the micro for 1 min 20 seconds, then added the yeast and let it sit for 15 minutes, I let them rise almost 2 hours then I baked at 350 for 17 minutes and brushed with butter when I took them out of the oven, next time and that may be today, I plan on adding some garlic, herbs and maybe some parmesan cheese. A last burst of excitement, if I can do it anyone can! I am just thrilled!

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~Robyn~ April 01, 2009

My new favorite Bread Machine recipe. Thank you so much for sharing.

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csilcox75 March 30, 2009

Great recipe, thanks for sharing.

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C.C March 17, 2009

ABSOLUTELY WONDERFUL!!! I came to recipezaar in search of a good bread machine recipe (the ones that came with my machine were awful) and this one certainly did not let me down. I heated my milk and butter together in the microwave for 1 minute and 20 seconds. Then I stirred the sugar in and put the mixture in my breadmaker pan and added the rest of the ingredients. I used half bread flour and half self-rising flour. After making the dough, I rolled the 24 balls and divided into 2 cake pans. I then covered with a towel and let rise in a warm oven for 45 minutes. I took one of the pans of dough balls and poked large holes all over each bun. Then I sprinkled on a mixture of 1 cup brown sugar and 1.5 tbls. cinnamon. I then drizzled with 1/4 cup melted butter. I baked both pans (the rolls and the cinnamon buns) @ 350 degrees about 15 or 29 minutes until brown. When we had finished dinner and the wonderful buns, I drizzled a glaze of powdered sugar mixed with a little water and we DEVOURED the cinnamon buns. I will be making these every week since the recipe is operfect to have fresh hot buns with dinner and still have enough left over for cinnamon rolls! THANK YOU SO MUCH!

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Moonchild64 February 02, 2009

FANtastic! My family loved these rolls and they will be a regular on our menu! :)

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sassykat1213 January 29, 2009

These rolls are the best rolls. I used the bread machine to make the dough. Very light and airy. May have found a new favorite roll recipe. Thanks!

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Doods January 18, 2009

Very Good.

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FriskyKitty January 06, 2009

These were SO excellent! I halved the recipe (which I was very scared to do) and followed it exactly, but I did used bread machine yeast in place of the active dry yeast. The taste was excellent. The rise, density, and texture was perfect. Loved this recipe! Will be using it time and time again.

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College Gal January 02, 2009

Wonderful Rolls. Cut the Temp to 350 for 14 min and they turned out nice and golden brown. Also let rise for 1 hour. Brushed with butter out of the oven. Texture was perfect and taste was the best.

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perryspam January 01, 2009

The first time I made these the rolls on the edge of the dish were overcooked and the middle was still very VERY doughy. I took them out and removed the outside edge of the rolls and put it back in, but the rolls in the middle got harder than rocks. The second time I decreased the oven temp to 350 degrees and had to cook for more like 20 minutes maybe a little more, but the rolls turned out evenly browned and very delicious. My company that came for dinner loved them!

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zoegirl21 December 31, 2008
Buttery Bread Machine Rolls