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Great recipe, wish I could give it 10 stars!<br/>I altered it a bit, I used almond milk, reduced the sugar to a 1/4 cup, increased the salt to 2 and a half teaspoons and only used 4 cups of flour.<br/>I used coconut oil to grease the bowl and baked it on parchment paper (no need to grease)<br/>Came out really light and fluffy, thank you for posting!
This is a very good recipe! I substituted coconut milk for the milk to make it dairy free and it turned out excellent! I will definitely use this recipe again!
Awesome recipe, for sure saving for the future. Nice easy dough, I don't personally think any bun recipe can be quick but I think this is as close as you will get for quick buns. Personally I punched my buns down twice before baking (so much fluffy!) but in any case these are nice easy yummy buns. Also if you want a variation replace the salt with half a pack of french onion soup mix AMAZING. Well I'm off to make more of these!
Forget to rate! Also egg washed the tops for a nice finish. Deeeeee-licious
Were they great? YES. Were they quick....not so much. Plan for at least two hours. (but they are worth it!)
They were quick and easy to make, came out crunchy on the outside and fluffy on the inside!
Only problem was they were a bit too sweet, I think a bit too much sugar was put in this recipe, so next time i'll try less sugar!
My first attempt of making buns or any bread from scratch that did not involve a bread machine. Everyone in the house enjoyed it and asked if I could make this recipe on a regular basis. No more store bought buns in our house anymore. Very good!
Delicious and so quick. Used have whole wheat flour and canola oil. Amazing.
I make these all the time whenever we are having a stew or something soupy to soak up all the goodness ^_^ and they are so good! They go so quickly too! Definitely a keeper!
Quick, easy and tasty bun recipe. Making them again for 4th of July!