22 Reviews

Wow the title of these buns was no joke.. they really are incredibly soft! I'd have to say these are the healthiest and tastiest dinner rolls I've ever made. I didn't make them in a bread machine so instead I dissolved the yeast in the warm water and allowed it to rise for 10min, next I mixed all the dry ingredients together, melted the margarine and added the egg, melted margarine , and yeast mixture to the dry mixture. I stirred all of the ingredients until a dough was formed and allowed the dough to rise in a glass bowl for 30min. I followed the rest of the steps from the recipe and the buns turned out amazing!!! They're also quite good with jam or peanut butter. A great dinner roll recipe especially dipped in soup!

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gnatgnatskater January 12, 2014

Easy recipe, tasty result. My dough was extremely sticky and hard to handle, I must have put a bit too much liquid in. Will definately make again, thanks for sharing :)

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BowerBird February 20, 2014

Light, heavenly rolls that freeze well...perfection! Your bread recipes never let me down Marie. I followed the recipe exactly, ate two and froze the rest. I wrapped each roll individually with Press n' Seal (you could use plastic wrap) and stored them in a gallon Ziplock bag. You can take them out one month later, set them on the counter for 30 minutes and you've got homemade rolls...again!

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Deely January 18, 2014

These rolls turn out lovely and soft I made minor changes, organic honey instead of sugar and vegetable oil instead of butter. I also made them into large rolls for my husbands lunches through the week. They freeze and thaw very well. I will be making these again-thanks:))

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K1968 August 23, 2013

YUM! Used milk instead of water and put the rolls in a buttered 9x11 pyrex. light, perfect texture. Deliciouso! Thanks!

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lolablitz November 06, 2012

Light, fluffy and downright delicious! I only used 3 Tbls. sugar but that's the only change I made.

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Okra August 10, 2012

By far the BEST dinner roll recipe I have found! Excellent is an understatement! Perfect each time I make them. 10 star recipe, all the way!

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Amber Ward August 02, 2012

Incredible is right! Loved this recipe, found it in Betty Crocker, and am glad it is posted here. A perfection of a recipe, the rolls come out just so soft and fluffy! Great with butter or honey. Added a bit of rosemary and fresh garlic to the dough prior to putting in bread machine. Thanks for posting such a great recipe!

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Andi of Longmeadow Farm April 24, 2012

I have made these rolls several times now and they are totally fool proof. We live at 4400' elevation, so weather and humidity can sometimes make baking tricky. These are just so easy and turn out wonderful each time. I always think I will have leftovers, but never do!

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LisaCooks November 05, 2011

Awesome rolls, used ABM as I usually do with most of my doughs and they turned out beautiful, I didnt get as many because I guess I made them bigger than the recipe called for but they were all gone nonetheless no matter their size. Thanks Marie for a great recipe!

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dwill143 April 03, 2011
Incredible Soft Dinner Rolls (ABM)