By Daphne2002 on January 28, 2003
Photo by Rollin in the Dough!
Photo by Rollin in the Dough!
"These rolls are similar to the refined plain white version found in restaraunts. While warm they are delicious with honey butter and wonderful for sandwiches the next day."
Serving Size: 1 (80 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 12
"Wonderful! I made these with my KitchenAid as I don't have a bread machine. They came out nice and fluffy! I served these with recipe #131054. Thanks for the great recipe!"
"These can also be rolled out about 3/4 inch thick, and then cut with 3-4 inch biscuit cutter."
"These are wonderful! They are not dense and have just the right amount of sweetness. I will make again!"
"I love this roll recipe! The texture and taste was outstanding! I made two separate batches to feed a crowd. I made them up the day before and placed them on a baking sheet sprayed with non-stick cooking spray. I covered them with plastic wrap and then a clean towel and placed them in the refrigerator overnight. I pulled them out of the refrigerator and left them covered about 1 1/2 hours before baking. I baked mine about 15 minutes. I forgot to brush the tops with melted butter before baking, but they were still delicious! Thank you Daphne2002 for posting. I will use this recipe over and over again! :)"
"These rolls are so incredible! I I really had trouble eating just one and they are BIG if you only make 12! I will definitely be making these for the next holiday! Thank you for posting."
"My entire family really loved these. I followed the recipe to a T. I did store them in my refrigerator until it was closer to dinner time. I was surprised at how very "soft" the dough was, maybe I did something wrong? But they taste was excellent. Thanks a bunch!"
"These rolls were fabulous! I ended up with 16 rolls instead of 12, and I thought they were still a large roll. My family loved these and I'll be making them again."
"MMMMMM. So good with honey & butter. Very easy to make. I don't have a bread machine anymore, so I just made it like any other bread in my kitchen aid mixer. Let it rise once, made the rolls, let it rise again & bake. I did have to bake them loner than 15 minutes though. Wonderful whole wheat recipe that I will make again. Thank you very much for sharing."
"I made these rolls a week and a half ago for an anniversary party for some friends. My DH thought they were the greatest, so I passed the recipe along to my DIL and she made them for her families Thanksgiving dinner. Since the first time, I have now made these wonderful rolls 8 times. As soon as I take them out of the oven, I brush a mixture of honey and melted butter over the top. Yummo!"
"I made these rolls to go with our Thanksgiving dinner...simply scrumptious! The flavor is slightly sweet, which just thrilled my husband who likes everything sweet! Thanks for a good recipe that I'll be using for Christmas as well! Hazeleyes"
"I followed the recipe exactly and it couldn't have been easier. I didn't cut them w/ a biscuit cutter, just pulled off a hunk of dough and hand-formed them. The rolls rose well and are light and tender w/ a good flavor. I'll be making sandwiches for lunch at work this week w/ these. Thanks for sharing this recipe!"
"these are identical to the hamburger buns I made a few days ago, except for the honey and whole wheat flour. I made 2 oz dough balls....12 to a pie plate. They are fabulous. I have leftover dough to deal with tomorrow..either more dinner size rolls or anything else my heart desires. Great recipe...thank you!"
"These could not have been easier! I've made whole wheat honey rolls completely from scratch, and these were even better for less the work. I made 11 good sized rolls with these, about 4 inches at their widest point :)"
"Very good honey-wheat rolls. I took them to work and they disappeared quickly. Thanks!"