Kitchenaid Sixty-Minute Rolls

"You really can make these rolls in an hour. I have used this dough to make quick cinnamon rolls. These directions are for a Kitchen-Aid mixer."
photo by Andreas P. photo by Andreas P.
photo by Andreas P.
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  • Combine 3 1/2 cups flour, sugar, salt and undissoloved yeast in bowl.
  • Attach bowl and dough hook. Turn to speed 2 and mix for 1 minute.
  • Combine milk, water and margarine in a saucepan. Heat over low heat, until liquids are very warm (120 to 130). Margarine does not need to melt.
  • Turn to speed 2 and gradually add liquid to flour mixture, about 30 seconds. Mix 1 minute longer. Continue on speed 2, adding remaining flour, 1/2 cup at a time, as needed. Mix until dough clings to hook, about 5 minutes.
  • Knead dough on speed 2 for 7-10 minutes longer, or until dough is smooth and elastic. Stop.
  • Place in greased bowl, turning to grease top. Cover, let rise in a warm place 15 minutes.
  • Turn dough out onto floured board. Divide in half and shape as desired. Cover; let rise in slightly warm oven (about 90 degrees) for 15 minutes or until doubled in bulk [usually 15 minutes works just fine!].
  • Bake at 425, for 12 minutes, or until nice and brown. Remove from baking sheets and cool on wire racks.
  • I usually make balls. But for something fancy you can make one of the following:.
  • Curlicues: Divide dough in half and roll each half to 12x9 inch rectangle. Cut 12 equal strips about 1 inch wide. Hold one end of strip firmly and wind tightly to form a coil, tucking ends underneath. Place on greased baking sheets about 2 inches apart.
  • Cloverleafs: Divide dough into 24 equal pieces. Form each piece into a ball and place in greased muffin pan. With scissors, cut each ball in half, then quarters, cutting through to almost bottom of rolls.

Questions & Replies

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  1. kelliewooten
    Mine wouldn’t rise?
  2. larry.french
    how much active dry yeast is 1 packet?
  3. cathyblk
    No eggs?
  4. skirsc751
    Can I use king Arthur flour?


  1. Mary P.
    I have been making these rolls for over 40 years! Got the recipe with my original KitchenAid. They are still a family favorite and no one wants me to try any other recipe. So delicious and easy.
  2. Renee F.
    These were amazing! Light, yeasty aroma. Perfect!
  3. MMcWillis
    I have used this recipe for years. I use it for hamburger/sandwich rolls as well as dinner rolls. It also works well for cinnamon rolls. Instant yeast works well in the recipe.
  4. lilbrattymonster
    I found the instructions a little unclear, however, I used common sense to get through the unclear portions. They turned out fluffy and yummy. I put them in the oven to rise at 90* and then removed them while the oven preheated to 425* and then put them back in. I left them in for 9 minutes and they cooked perfectly.
  5. margaret.luketic
    Super easy, quick, and delicious.



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