We love this recipe around my house because we can change it from one day to the next on a whim. Just throw whatever fruit is in season into the mix, and you’ve got a tailor-made treat! —Christine Saxe, Ada, Michigan
When Mother baked zweiback rolls—which means "twice baked"—she'd guard them, lest they disappear quickly! She would bake them on Sundays when friends came by for "fsapa" a meal of cold meat, cheese, jelly and coffee.
No matter how you form these tender, golden rolls (cloverleaf or Parkerhouse shapes also work well), it's impossible to eat just one. My husband's aunt gave me this treasured recipe. —Pat Habiger, Spearville, Kansas
They may look small, but these pint-sized loaves from CT's crafty home economists are big on flavor. The secret's the hearty seasonings and cheeses you mix right in. Our cooking crew adds that you can bake two big loaves instead of six little ones—Taste of Home Test Kitchen