Yesterday was kind of a crazy day over here. I had volunteered to bring 3 dozen rolls to a funeral for a lady from my church. I started making the rolls in the morning and got a last minute request to babysit a friends baby boy. My husband was gone and lets just say, things got a little crazy. Even though I was 30 minutes late dropping the rolls off, I was fortunate enough to not only get the rolls delivered before they ate, but this “first-time recipe” I used was thankfully a winner! I was just hoping for something edible, so when it ended up being the best roll I’ve ever tasted, you can bet I was relieved. I left a dozen at home to raise while I literally rushed out the door. Have you ever tried to fit four car seats, two of which are infant carriers into a ford explorer? It was a sight to see, that’s for sure. Anyways, I finished up the rolls when I got back so that me and the girls could really enjoy them. We ate one…after another…after another…until they were all gone. They were so good and fluffy and buttery, yum! I have NEVER made a really good homemade roll before so I was extremely pleased. The technique they use to roll them is way easier and less messy than any other way I’ve learned before. Really, you’ll just have to try them out for yourself. It took about 3 hours from start to finish but most of it was rising time. Not too hard and totally worth it!
Check out the recipe from How Does She? She advises you mix by hand, but I was in a hurry so I used my Bosch and they turned out amazing. Just look at the pictures! I was so proud of myself for making something so pretty. That doesn’t happen very often and especially with bread.
I’m drooling just looking back over these pictures!
They seriously were as good if not BETTER than they look!
If you ever have to take rolls to an event, this is the recipe for you. They are easy and pretty!