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I'm afraid I found these rolls a little bland, perhaps the addition of some seeds next time will liven them up a bit. I also didn't have great success with reproving the dough from frozen. They are, however, light and fluffy for wholewheat rolls, so worth a tweak or two. Thank you.
These are very nice rolls. My family is certainly enjoying them.
I found this recipe in the Fix It and Enjoy It Diabetic Cookbook. It is the same except it uses all Whole Wheat Flour. I make the dough in the Bread Machine...it works fine. I usually have trouble getting my whole wheat rolls to rise but these turn out light and fluffy. They work fine as hamburger buns or sandwich rolls, or just as dinner rolls to serve with a meal. YUM!
Good rolls, tender and very easy! I added a good bit more flour, probably at least a cup (half whole wheat and half unbleached), to make a workable dough. Used the Kitchen Aid to mix and knead. Found this recipe to use up some cottage cheese and will certainly make again. Cottage cheese does not stay chunky when baked, it kind of melts into the bread and helps keep the rolls tender. Served with Honey Butter. Thanks for sharing the recipe!
These are wonderful! They stray a little from our traditional diet so I adjusted the brown sugar to rapadura. The recipe took all the flour listed plus a little more for needing, I am sure this changes with environment though. I mised it with the dough hook in my Kitchen Aid, but ended up having to hand need them for a minute or two to get the dough good and smooth. I made both muffin pan rolls as well as a cookie sheet of rolls. Will surely make again and again!