Very Quick Homemade Dinner Rolls

Total Time
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

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. 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!


Most Helpful

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!

lolablitz October 29, 2012

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.

tnsmom March 05, 2012

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.

Homesteader in the Making December 01, 2011

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