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I thought these were good. However, my DH and mom thought they were excellent. I used 2 cups wheat, 1 cup regular flour, and increased the yeast to 2 tsp. Otherwise made as stated. I got 14 rolls. Thanks!

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Jadelabyrinth February 13, 2009

I amped up the healthfulness by omitting the white flour all together and adding some flax seed meal and vital wheat gluten. Only used 3 tablespoons of honey and separated them into 12 rolls instead of 18. Rose like a dream and tasted even better. Phenomenal recipe. Thanks for sharing.

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shyvilette27 November 08, 2011

These were great! I got 16 rolls. I put 8 in a pan before they rose and froze them. I took them out today and let them thaw and rise on the counter. They were just as good as the first unfrozen batch. Thanks!

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SugarAddict7 September 21, 2011

ok im at my sons ruffing it i didnt have bread machine ,rose wonderfully, only had white flour , no yogurt just sour cream , this are theBEST rolls really good guys everyone should make thesezaar 6 tour

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Dienia B. June 04, 2010

I make a lot of different rolls, and these were great. Tender, light, delicious. Made as directed except used a 13x9 pan. Didn't find the rolls too sweet, in fact I enjoyed the hint of honey, it goes so well with whole wheat. Thanks for sharing the recipe!

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LonghornMama December 28, 2009

Ok, but I won't make these again. They were not a hit at the Thanksgiving table.

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gsherer November 29, 2013

This recipe bakes perfectly every time. I was looking for a new go-to wheat bread for my machine and this is it. I have made this several times, just baking it in the bread machine on light crust and it is delicious. I have never actually made it into dinner rolls, seems like more work for me! Thank you for sharing this healthy recipe!

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aHardDaysNight June 26, 2013

My family & I really enjoyed these. I took Jadelabyrinth's advice on using 2 c wheat flour (I used a mixture of kamut & soft white wheat) & 1 c bread flour & increasing yeast. I did a quick & simple shaping method of dividing in 12 pieces, rolling them into balls & rising in greased muffin pan. I guess if you were going to make 18 rolls with this recipe, they'd be on the small side. But I am very happy with 12.

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3petitsprinces December 13, 2012

Oh man, these are good and my bread machine did almost all of the work, a major plus. I used all 100% white whole wheat flour -- milder than traditional whole wheat but still whole grain -- with 1/4 c soy flour. Went with just 2 T honey, which was just right for us and 2% plain Greek yogurt worked just fine. Added an extra 1/4 c 1% milk and 4 tsp vital wheat gluten. The dough rose like a champ at both stages. My 15 rolls took about 17 min @ 350F in a Pyrex 9x13" pan. Thanks for posting!

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Heather U. June 15, 2012
Whole Wheat Yogurt Honey Dinner Rolls Bread Machine