These are them. The rolls you want at Thanksgiving dinner. The rolls you want with a cup of hot soup. The rolls you want next to a steak. The rolls you want with a big tossed salad. The rolls you want on Christmas morning filled with cinnamon and sugar and topped with frosting. These are them.
Basic Dinner Roll Recipe
This is our go to basic dinner roll recipe that we use for every occasion and you can do just about anything to dress them up, but really they are soft and flaky and the perfect roll all on their own.
I’m a savory kind of gal most of the time, and my favorite way to eat them is when they are baked with basil and garlic on them. Oh yum!
My husband is usually the one to bake these rolls. He likes to do it, and he does it well, so I let him. His favorite way to make them is as a cinnamon roll. And they are goooood that way, no complaints from me or the kids there!
When we do dinner rolls, we usually do half and half on the regular rolls and the savory rolls. The savory rolls always get eaten first, and even my kids love these. This recipe makes a lot though, and we always have leftovers the next morning, as long as we don’t have guests. The kids love to spread jam on the regular rolls and eat them with breakfast…who am I kidding, this may be my favorite part too!
Do you see how soft and flaky they are? Just the right amount of chewiness…I wish I had some right now!
LDS ladies! These would be great to make and bring a bag or basket with the visiting teaching message this month, get a free printable here!
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