I made these for a big crowd for Easter and there weren't any left. I made a brown sugar cinnamon butter to go with them. Definitely going to be stocking my freezer with a bunch of these to make on weeknights!
My dough is always sticky with this recipe. I form the balls by coating the dough and my hands in flour so it doesn't stick. Works just fine for me every time.
These rolls didn't turn out that well for me, they were brown on the bottom and pale on top. I probably did something wrong, but I'm disappointed..
Very easy to follow and definitely a keeper! Light and fluffy, the perfect dinner roll
This bread came out delicious, fluffy and soft. However, my dough was sticky the whole time. I was unable to roll it in balls so I used an ice cream scooper to place 1/4 of dough on my baking sheet. What did I do wrong? I know for a fact o added the salt last by mistake other than that I followed the recipe. Also, the recipe called for no kneading so I didn't do any... I just used my paddle attachment as instructed. Help!
Everyone now requests these over any other holiday dish. Use quality honey and butter for best results!
Why give two stars because you failed?
How come mine didn't turn out light and fluffy??
Ok... I just finished eating my first, of what will likely be many, of these. They are delicious. Took some time, but I felt like baking, which takes time. I am happy with ths recipe and cannot think of a change that I would or should make! Thanks!!!
the dough was excellent to work with, light and very rich. the finished product needs a little more salt, other than that, the end texture and flavor are wonderful.
These rolls are so easy to make and taste absolutely delicious! They are airy and the flavors from the butter and honey are incredible. Read my full review at: http://imapretendchef.blogspot.com/2011/01/honey-yeast-rolls.html
This is on of the best bread recipes out there if you ask me...The rolls always turn out just right. I don't do the triple rise just double. I mix all the flour in the first go around let rise and then cut into rolls and rise and then bake..I also cut the butter in less than half and they turn out so light and airy....So good.
Easy, but time consuming. Made for Easter lunch this year and received rave reviews. Will make again but will remember the 3 separate 1 hour rise times! Also, I only had three 9-inch cake pans so I substituted a pie pan for the fourth cake pan without any difficulty.
I made these last year for Thanksgiving and am making them again this year. A great old fashioned roll. Sweet but not too sweet.
These are time consuming, but not at all hard to make. They got rave reviews!
Extremely easy and great rolls. I made these for Easter dinner for friends and it was a big success with lots of people asking for the recipe. Thank you