These yeast rolls are very quick and easy - start them before you get supper going and they'll be done by the time it's on the table! They seriously take less than an hour from start to finish.

They're shaped more like biscuits and very easy to handle, so this is a good recipe for bread noobs. :)

Step 1: Ingredients + Tools

  • 1 tbsp dry active yeast
  • 2 1/2 cups flour
  • 2 tbsp melted butter
  • 3/4 cup warm water (115-120 F)
  • 3 tbsp sugar
  • 1/2 tsp salt
  • hand mixer
  • rolling pin
  • baking sheet
  • clean towel
  • spatula
  • large bowl
  • timer
  • cooling rack
  • 375 F oven
i just love them, super soft and very easy to make
We just made these about an hour ago, they are amazing! Very easy recipe, we're looking forward to trying new versions. Thanks!!
I made them and they are wonderful. Family loves them.
Yay! I'm so happy you guys liked them! <br /> <br />Thank you for all the compliments too! :D
I am going to try your recipe tonight. Looks wonderful!! How refreshing to see a down home kitchen with real baking sheets that look like they have been used, and use real on hand items like a glass to cut out the rolls. After watching the TV cooking shows it's nice to know there is people like myself who don't have every new shiny gadget out there!! Makes me feel like I don't have to hide my banged up Wal-Mart baking sheets and 50 year old cookie cutters!!
Great Recipe! Kids loved them, brushed them with butter mixed with garlic and onion powder. Added just a bit of honey! Just loved it, will be making a double batch and a bit bigger for hamburger buns!
I just can't stop! This recipe can be tripled with ease! I used it to make hot dog and hamburger rolls and they were the best!
That is such an awesome idea - those look store bought. :D
Thanks! The pictures you posted of your buns made me think they would work good for hamburger buns and I have been trying &quot;hot dog roll&quot; recipes to no avail. Glad this one works and is so quick and easy!
Here is the finished product..If they hadn't been eaten so quickly i would have taken a picture of the interior they were so store quality!
I only have one packet of Red Star Quick Rise Yeast and it is 7 g (1/4 oz). Will that work? If it will, do I make any changes? <br> <br>I do not bake. I just recently made my very first loaf of no knead bread and it was okay, but not great. I had the same problem.... don't know about yeast or baking on tiny bit. The only things I have baked are quick breads and easy cakes. <br> <br>HELP? <br> <br>And thanks for the recipe and how to do.
I made 2 batches of these today and my family LOVED them (so did I) :) Thank you!
they look lovely n yummy!
Yum, yeast rolls are a favourite of mine!<br /><br />I'm glad you included a video of kneading, it's something I've considered doing for a few of my baking projects but never actually did.

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