Made these for company and everyone enjoyed them. I used my stand-up mixture to knead and cold-rise method in order to save time. I was pleased with the flavor and will make again.
I have been making these for years. I use my bread machine to make the dough--it does the kneading for you! Then let rise, punch down, shape in muffin tins, let rise again and bake. I have tried different types of honey too. All good.
I hate kneading bread, but I have to say that this recipe is worth it. Everyone loved the rolls and I will definitely be making this recipe again.
I made it today and tried one and i'm soooo happy with the result. Will be making this again for thanksgiving dinner!!!
Delicious and simple. I rolled them into a plain roll, and baked in my convection oven at 400 for 12 minutes. They came out perfect...and homemade bread with a known calorie count is such a treat!
I made these rolls a day ahead for a spring dinner party. They were delicious- light, fresh and tasty! The only thing was that the shape wasn't nearly as pretty as the picture. I mentioned this disappoint to my guests who said that although they didn't look like a clover, it was nice to easily pull the roll apart into three pieces. So maybe I would still make an effort to divide and shape the dough.
I made these rolls this afternoon for a dinner party, and they were a hit! Everyone--children and adults--enjoyed them. I made no changes to the recipe and definitely plan to make these again soon.
I loved these rolls. I thought they were super easy to make and great for little kids to pull apart into small pieces. My first time making them-they turned out perfect and I thought they tasted great. I will definitely make them again in the future.