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Bomb. Diggity. I only used 24 rolls instead of 5. The rest of the ingredients were exactly what I had used. I had thick cut ham though if that makes a difference. I wanted them a bit heavier. I made these for hungry hungry boys along with some tomato soup on a chilly fall day. I baked it at 350 for about 20 minutes with FOIL over top so the buns didn't brown too much.
These are delicious! We premake these ham rolls for Disney World trips. It is tradition to pack them up and head off to the parks. I love to eat them while waiting in line for Peter Pan.
Great for Thanksgiving and Christmas breakfasts, too! One of my favorites!
Thanks for posting, My Husband Loves This!