So far I've only used this recipe to make cinnamon buns but they were fantastic! My family keeps begging for more. The dough is so simple, no fiddling with melted butter or eggs and it rises beautifully. Definitely a keeper.
My daughter thought they were too sweet, so the next time I made them I decreased the sugar to 1/8 c. and they were great! This is the only recipe we use for buns :)
This looks great, never thought of making the hot dog buns before. Will add it to my hot dog combinations and see how they go....
I made 10 hotdog buns. I think these would be great as hamburger but not sure I would make the hotdog buns again. We are eating the left overs as sandwiches which my 4 yr old says are the best!
Really easy to make without a bread machine as well. Never made hamburger buns before, but we are from today on never buying hamburger buns again! I needed a tad more flour, but that always varies a bit. Dough was really great to work with! THANK YOU!
Wonderful! I even forgot to add the milk and had to toss it in last (I used whole). I was nervous so I gave it a stir after it had been working for a few minutes. I used the high end of sugar and I don't find it too sweet for hamburger rolls. Took three hours from first ingredient in the bread machine to hot rolls out of the oven. I brushed the tops of the rolls with some mayo before baking too. Will use this recipe over and over! Oh and my oven won't go as low as 100, so I set it at it's lowest, 170, and stopped it halfway through the preheat. Next time I'll try with some sesame seeds.
This is my go to recipe for a versatile dough.
thanks to this recipe I am no longer alowed to buy hamburger buns! They are super simple and even easier when I used the tortilla press to press them! Thanks for this great recipe, we love it
Absolutely delicious! These work as bread or dinner rolls as well as buns. I used water and 3 tablespoons of non-fat dry milk, and reduced the sugar to 1/8 cup. I also topped them with a little minced onion. My husband told me that they were "the best bread you've ever made." Thanks for posting!