• Jacqueline Gum

    I love these, although I have never ever been able to make the successfully. I used to have a friend who made them and would make extar for me… too bad we don’t live in the same area anymore!

    • Oh, how fun it would be if you lived closer Jacquie. This recipe is really pretty easy with a stand mixer. I would bet I you would find this recipe a success. ?

  • Another great recipe. Those rolls go great with catfish or spaghetti.

    • Thanks Jason. These rolls go with just about anything. They make great small sandwich buns. ?

  • Oh my! I can taste these yeast rolls smothered with gravy and sopping up mashed potatoes, turkey, and stuffing now. Interesting historical note how rolls made with such flour were only typically eaten in aristocratic homes. How times change…

    • They are the best thing ever and so simple too. I really enjoyed learning about the origin od these rolls too. Can you imagine what they would have been like at that time without all the conveniences we have today? ?

  • Traveling Rockhopper

    oh, yeast rolls remind me my childhood…


    • They do me too TR. I remember my grandmother making them, way-back-when I was tiny tyke. I could wait for them to come out of the oven. ?

  • I can certainly identify with the fact that the hardest part is waiting. The smell of bread baking is a treat all it’s own. These look wonderful and I can just taste them warm out of the oven slathered with peanut butter, my favourite treat.

    • I thought you would Lenie. I love them with all kinds of things on them and in them. Yum! ?

  • Beth – http://EncoreWomen.com

    Oh yum! Love fresh baked breads of all kinds. I really like the video too, Susan. What a good idea – just pictures and music.

    • Who doesn’t Beth… LOL. Thanks, I do these videos every now and them when I think it would encourage someone to give a recipe a try. ?

  • Andleeb Akhlaq Tahir

    They are super easy. I will try this. The process of dough is simple and by know, I feel that I am good at making any kind of dough. Will try this recipe in couple of days, God willing.
    Thank you for sharing yeast roll recipe.

    • They really are Anna. I love the lightness of the end product and the taste. Have fun and let me know how they turned out when you make them. ?

  • Cheryl Therrien

    These look scrumptious! You will have to serve these the next time I visit. 🙂

  • I called them dinner rolls growing up. I can’t eat gluten anymore, and usually I don’t mind because I can just work around it. Then I see something like that and it just makes me sad. They look so good, but if you use gluten-free dough, they won’t have that fluffy texture. Oh well, I’ll just have to live vicariously through watching your video!

    • We did too Erica. Actually, there are many names for them, but the one’s I mentioned are the most common. It too bad about not being able to have any gluten items. These are SO good. ?

  • Jon Jefferson

    Made a decent amount of these over the years. My mother has an old recipe for potato rolls that is our holiday go to. We end up eating them for days after the holiday.

    • I remember those too Jon. They never od last long for sure. ?

  • Catarina Alexon

    That kind of yeast rolls are delicious. And your recipe makes them easy to do. Great combination.

    • Easy and delicious are my mantra Catarina. This is one of my favorite easy and delicious recipes. ?

  • Eve Koivula

    I indeed laughed when you mentioned the apron. Brought back memories from the time I was in the cooking school a long time ago… I can almost smell these rolls in the kitchen now though I haven’t baked anything in months. Maybe I should do something about that.

    • LOL, I have made a mess of myself many times because I didn’t take the time to put on an apron. You should take a moment to revisit the joy and feel of fresh dough in your hands. There is nothing quite like it, is there. ?

      • Eve Koivula

        You’re absolutely right, there’s not! I need to schedule in some baking with my niece next time I’m visiting them…

  • Julie

    Oh Yum, how I miss the making fo these rolls. I’ll need to make them again very soon. I know my family would love it.

    • Hi Julie, Oh you should indeed. They truly are a delight. Have fun making and eating these guys. ?

  • Adrienne

    Oh my gosh Susan, those look absolutely delicious. My weakness are rolls… Good rolls not just rolls because I’ve had some that I could do without.

    Now as you know I’m not much of a cool so Mom and I found a brand that is to die for. I know, I’m being lazy here but all they have to do is come out of the freezer, thaw and then rize. Tada, they are done in less that 15 minutes tops. Man oh man are they mouth watering.

    If I had the patience I’d try yours but I just want you to know that I’m salivating over here.

    Thanks for the recipe.


    • I’m familiar with those Adrienne and they are pretty good. These really aren’t hard at all, but it does a bit fo patience… LOL.

  • Apron? Stand mixer? Well, Susan, I have a whisk and a bowl but the closest I’m going to get to baking these is to stroll down the freezer or dairy aisle and look for my “go-to” man – The Pillsbury Dough Boy. LOL

    Geesh, I wish I loved closer to you! They sound and look delicious. If I had the equipment, I’d be tempted. I think my next best move will be to email this to my sister.

  • Rose M Griffith

    Can’t wait to give these a whirl, Susan. I laughed at your wear an apron–so perfect for me. I should also cover the kitchen with drop cloths when I bake. Stuff goes everywhere! Hey–it’s a good excuse to clean the kitchen floor!

  • HomeJobsbyMOM

    Wow. These rolls sure do look good. My husband is a big roll fan. Well, any kind of bread really. I bet these would be awesome with butter and honey.