Prep 45 mins
Cook 15 mins
I have been making these for quite a long time. I found the recipe in an old church cookbook my mother had. No kneading or shaping required! They are homemade, with yeast and all. Baked in muffin tins. So easy and a fanatstic addition to any dinner, or serve with a steaming bowl of my soup! Broccoli Cheese Soup for Two
- Dissolve yeast, water and sugar together. Let sit for a few minutes until yeast bubbles a bit. Add beaten egg, oil, flour and salt. Mix with mixer on low speed. Let rise 15 minutes. Spoon ino greased muffin tins, let rise again, about 15-20 minutes. Bake at 400 degrees for 15-20 minutes, or until browned. Makes 12 rolls. Serve with butter and enjoy!
Great, quick and fast. The dough is Very sticky, and I didn't feel like muffin rolls, so I dumped it in a well-buttered round cake pan and baked it for 20 mnutes. The buttered pan gave it a really nice crust. It IS more biscuit in texture than bread, so know that going in. Thanks!
These rolls are amazing and fool proof. I would rate my cooking/baking ability as novice. I made these rolls with my 5 year old and they turned out perfect. They taste just like the rolls that take hours to make, but with a little more of a biscuit texture. So fast, so easy and so good! Thank you for the recipe, we can now have rolls every night.
Thank God for this quick "roll" recipe. I had no bread to be included in my dinner tonight so I tried this one. It is super easy to whip up. The finished roll sort of has the texture of a biscuit. The taste of it alone (or even with plain butter) wasn't a preferred taste but it was pretty tasty with honey butter. I imagine we will have the leftovers in the morning with butter and jelly. I will definitely come back to this roll when I'm in a pinch.