14 Reviews

I tried this recipe today and the rolls came out perfect. All I would add is to be sure to reduce the oven temp to 350 if you use a glass baking dish to make them in. Thanks for the wonderful rolls - my husband will love them with dinner tonight

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kayrayriggs April 09, 2011

This recipe is great, so very light and that is what I was looking for in a dinner roll. I mixed mine in the food processor and let rise in the oven then made my rolls and let rise again. Next time I think I will make them smaller just so I don't eat so many!

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Karen Bakes March 21, 2009

Super dinner rolls! The only change I made was to reduce the sugar to 1 Tbsp which worked perfectly for our taste. Definitely a 'keeper'. I only got 8 rolls because I made them in to balls and put them in a 10" pie pan. Thanks so much for posting this easy and very tasty dinner roll recipe. ETA that once I had removed from from the oven and brushed them with butter I sprinkled on Everything Topping- Bagels, Rolls, Bread (Everything Topping)

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K9 Owned December 12, 2013

I have tried for years to bake bread with mediocre results. I tried this recipe because I thought it would be easy in my bread maker. I ran it through the dough cycle and then shaped it into two long baguettes because I can't seem to make attractive rolls. I let the two baguettes rise on a cookie sheet far enough apart so they wouldn't touch as the went through the second rise and baking. I cooked the bread for 15 minutes. The tops was a lovely brown. I brushed them with melted butter as soon as they came out of the oven. The bread was soft, delicious, and had a great crumb. My family announced it was the best bread I have ever made and I must agree. I highly recommend trying this recipe if you like a soft white bread. This is a keeper recipe.

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jl43770 March 16, 2013

This bread is fantastic!!! I used to bake Old Plantations Rolls, but they're too heavy for me, I'm so glad to have found these. We love them SO much!!!! Thanks for sharing......

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friendzy January 09, 2013

Excellent recipe! Will be replacing my current recipe. Light & Fluffly and super delicious.

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Momma Gail November 24, 2011

These were everything they said they would be light an fluffy an sooooooooo delicious

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anniek36 October 12, 2011

Very, Very good. Also good when re-heated.

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DEBORAH F. February 23, 2010

After making two other attempts with dinner roll recipes and not getting the right results, I was a bit skeptical about trying again. But, I went ahead and tried it again , and you know something the 3rd. time is a charm. :) This recipe was made on 8/15/09 to go with mine and SO's dinner. Since there was just the two of us, the recipe was cut in half.( I won't make that mistake again ;) )As the dough was mixing, I did have to add a bit of all- purpose flour to get the dough to the right texture. After forming into a dozen rolls, I let them rise in a warm place for 30 minutes. I followed the bake temp. and baked for about 20 minutes.Even before getting them to the table, I had already eaten two. :) This recipe will be made again. Thank you SO!!! much for posting and, " Keep Smiling :) "

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Chef shapeweaver � August 26, 2009
Heavenly Light Dinner Rolls (abm)