226 Reviews

Wow! What a recipe! Super easy! Super good! I agree with other viewers and barring just pure laziness will never buy from the store again. I just really can't believe how simple and easy and delish these were.

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alwayzhongry September 18, 2011

These were amazingly good! I made them for a family dinner and used them for homemade pulled pork sandwiches! Folks who don't know how easy they are to make will start calling you "Martha"...if you know what I mean! Thanks! A definite keeper!!

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chefsandee May 23, 2011

What a great recipe!!! I followed it exactly and the buns came out soft and perfect. My husband, who is the world's pickiest eater, thought they were delicious and has asked me several more times to make them. Thanks for sharing!

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Kendiger April 23, 2011

These buns were so delish! I followed the recipe exactly as is and they were wonderful. I really appreciated how easy the buns were to make since I didn't have to form the buns. Just cut them out with a cup.

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jsteinkey March 20, 2011

Great Recipe. I used honey rather than sugar. After first rise I took the dough out of the machine and spread it out on a large cookie sheet. I cut big squares out with a pizza cutter. Had great buns and the little odd pieces made great dinner rolls. I won't be buying buns or rolls from mow on.

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jimreed60 March 12, 2011

I LOVE this! I have used it 5 or 6 times now for buns, and dinner rolls! I will NEVER buy buns from the store again!

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Lori Louise February 15, 2011

my son is milk, soy and egg intolerant. i had no problems substituting coconut milk, earth balance non dairy buttery spead, and enrG egg replacer with this recipe to escentially make it "vegan". they still came out fluffy and delicious!!
my breadmaker does a rise in the dough cycle. the dough already came out pretty big but i let these sit after i formed them for about 30 mins and they never got bigger. so i dont think another rise outside my breadmaker is necessary ...but every machine is different.(i have a breadman)

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austins mommy February 09, 2011

I am a novice bread maker, armed with a Zojirushi Home Bakery Supreme (thanks, Santa!). . . I tried this recipe as my first attempt at homemade buns. FABULOUS BUNS!!! I used an egg glaze (1 beaten egg 4tsp water) instead of melted butter. .really pretty looking result! My only issue was I think I rolled the dough too thin, and also I didn't get a very good rise once I cut them . .. room temp was too cool and I didn't have any other options. Anyway. . Try this recipe, you'll love it!

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Bizmarkie January 22, 2011

Thank you for posting. Wonderful recipe. Cuisinart Breadmaker and I used 1 cup RH Nutriflour and the rest RH Homestyle Best For Bread to add a bit more fiber and they turned out just fine. I made 12 buns and they were so large and fluffy that we only needed just one serving. My teen of course had two and I had another bun before bed but don't tell anyone.

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cookitupTeresa January 11, 2011

I have made these several times, and they are always very good....and much less expensive than "store bought"--thanks for posting the recipe!

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cookin mimi October 09, 2010
Homemade Hamburger Buns (Bread Machine)