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Perfect little roll quickly made. My husband especially enjoyed the crispy exterior and declared them a keeper. :)
Good, quick bread option! I made mine with whole wheat and honey. I thing next time I'll just use 2 tablespoons of sweetener.
Added fresh sweet basil to these and baked in mini muffin pans. They are FABULOUS. Bake time was 15 min.
Yum! Perfect for short notice and very tasty! I only did one tablespoon of sugar because my husband doesn't like sweet rolls for dinner.
Wow, what quick, easy and yummy biscuits/rolls/muffins these are. Fit my requirements: stuff I had on hand. Definitely a 10 minute prep. No cutting in butter or kneading dough. Entire family liked these. Will definitely make them again. NOTE: I only used 2 tbsp of sugar...
This was a nice recipe - very easy to make, ingredients that I typically have on hand. I would highly recommend serving them warmed!
The texture was different than I expected from the beginning, soft sticky dough and more like a bisquit than a roll once baked. But I REALLY liked the taste. Everyone thought they were scrumptious. I will be making again and might be serving with breakfast. I substituted brown sugar for white.
I never would have thought to put these ingredients together. But, these biscuits came out perfect. They were soft and full of flavor. They were a winner at out dinner table.
I really didn't care for this roll. I didn't have mayo, so I used miracle whip...added 1/2 C grated cheese and a bit of chives...liked the taste, but the roll was way too dense for me! It was weird too, like they were dry, but moist at the same time...I think it all comes down to the texture...
My whole family loves these. They're somewhere between a biscuit and a savory cupcake in texture and flavor. There's a lot of room for variation with flavors such as cheese, spices etc. Thank you for a yeast-free and quick bread recipe.