These rustic and crusty little rolls are sweet and perfect as a side roll to any dinner! My boys absolutely LOVE these. They are teen tested and approved! hahaha Serve them with plain butter OR cinnamon honey butter.
Scroll past the photo’s for the printable recipe! 😀
After 1st rise, push out all the air in your dough, and shape it into a log.
With a dough cutter OR a knife begin to cut dough.
Cut 16 even pieces.
Place onto a tray and spray with non-stick spray to prevent dough from drying out.
Snip tops using a sharp pair of kitchen shears.
Cover with a warm, damp cotton gauze towel and allow to rise an additional 30 minutes.
I put my tray on the warm stove top while my oven in pre-heating.
After 2nd rise, bast easy roll with egg wash and add poppy or sesame seeds if desire.
Bake appx. 20 min until golden brown.
Remove from tray and place onto cooling racks.
This one is sliced with a pat of butter inside.
Teen tested and approved. haha
Plated and on the dinner table.
I served this with pork tenderloin in pork gravy over country egg noodles and a side of honey glazed carrots.
- 1 1/2 cups warm water
- 1 tbs instant yeast
- 2 tbs sugar
- 2 tsp salt
- 2 tbs softened butter
- 1 cup warm water with 4 tbs of instant dried milk added to it OR 1 cup warm milk
- 1/4 cup honey
- 6-7 cups bread flour (start with 6 cups and add more if your dough is too wet)
- 1 egg, beaten to baste tops of rolls
- ** optional poppy seeds or sesame seeds for topping if desired.
- Using stand mixer with dough hook attached, add warm water to your bowl.
- Add instant yeast and sugar.
- Add flour.
- On top of flour add salt, butter, honey and milk.
- Mix on level 2 until incorporated. Add additional flour of your dough is too wet.
- Once formed into a ball, knead for 5 minutes in mixer using dough hook.
- When kneading is complete, scrape dough out of bowl and place into a well oiled bowl, cover with plastic wrap or warm, damp cloth and allow to rise in a warm place for 60 minutes.
- After 1st rise, deflate dough, press out onto your board removing any air pockets.
- Shape into a log.
- Slice log into 16 equal pieces.
- Shape each piece into a ball.
- Place onto cookie sheet.
- Snip tops with kitchen shears in an X shape.
- Spray rolls with non-stick spray to prevent drying out.
- Cover with a warm damp cloth and allow to rise in a warm place for an additional 30 minutes.
- After 2nd rise, baste each roll with egg wash.
- Sprinkle poppy seeds or sesame seeds on top, if desired.
- Bake in an oven at 375 degrees for 20 minutes or until golden brown.
- Serve and ENJOY!
Would you like to watch me make this recipe? Then go ahead and check out my YouTube video below!