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Easy Yeast Rolls

These simple, tender rolls bake to a golden brown and will disappear in no time. If you've never baked with yeast before, these rolls are the perfect starting point. –Wilma Harter, Witten, South Dakota
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Calzone Rolls

Calzone Rolls

Calzone Rolls

big pizza flavor comes through in these rolls that Barb Downie of Peterborough, Ontario serves. her recipe makes two pans of rolls--you'll need'em!

Sunshine Sweet Rolls

Sunshine Sweet Rolls

Sunshine Sweet Rolls

This bread-machine recipe is my new favorite. The cream cheese filling and drizzled icing make these golden brown rolls a special treat for breakfast or snacking. —Alice Shepherd, Maryville, Tennessee

Easy Cinnamon Rolls

Easy Cinnamon Rolls

Easy Cinnamon Rolls

Cute as a button and melt-in-your-mouth fabulous when warm, these carefree rolls are the perfect sweet treat to help Mom welcome the day. —Joann Frazier Hensley, McGaheysville, Virginia
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Bird Rolls

Bird Rolls

Bird Rolls

I make a point of having these tender bird rolls "fly in" for Easter dinner. With their slightly sweet flavor, the grandchildren can't help but gobble them up.

Parmesan Rolls

Parmesan Rolls

Parmesan Rolls

My family just can't seem to get enough of these fun, cheesy rolls. They have a delightful texture from the cornmeal and are a great switch from traditional dinner rolls. I like to serve them with spaghetti, lasagna and stew. -Marietta Slater, Augusta, Kansas

Christmas Tree Sweet Rolls

Christmas Tree Sweet Rolls

Christmas Tree Sweet Rolls

Every Christmas Eve, I make a special bread to enjoy the next morning while opening gifts. I often share one of the "trees" with a neighbor.

Golden Refrigerator Rolls

Golden Refrigerator Rolls

Golden Refrigerator Rolls

Martha Sue Stroud of Clarksville, Texas prepares these rolls that are golden and crusty on the outside and sweet and tender on the inside. The easy-to-handle dough rises in the refrigerator overnight for added convenience.

Giant Upside-Down Pecan Rolls

Giant Upside-Down Pecan Rolls

Giant Upside-Down Pecan Rolls

I like to keep a baked batch of these extra-large sweet rolls in the freezer to surprise my family on weekends. To reheat, thaw in the refrigerator overnight, wrap in foil and bake at 350° for 20 to 30 minutes or until heated through.

Cranberry Cinnamon Christmas Tree Rolls

Cranberry Cinnamon Christmas Tree Rolls

Cranberry Cinnamon Christmas Tree Rolls

These festive rolls are sure to spark lively conversations at your holiday brunch. Colorful cranberries make an appetizing addition to ordinary cinnamon rolls.

Quick Caramel Rolls

Quick Caramel Rolls

Quick Caramel Rolls

Refrigerated crescent rolls and caramel ice cream topping make these yummy, gooey treats a snap to assemble. I used to whip up a huge panful for our kids when they were growing up...now our grandchildren love them, too. They are easy to reheat in the microwave for a speedy snack. —Jeannette Westphal Gettysburg, South Dakota

Speedy Cinnamon Rolls

Speedy Cinnamon Rolls

Speedy Cinnamon Rolls

On special occasions when we were growing up, my mother would make as many as four batches of these delicious cinnamon rolls to satisfy the appetites of her eight ravenous children. Today this recipe is still a hit.

Seasoned Parmesan Rolls

Seasoned Parmesan Rolls

Seasoned Parmesan Rolls

I mix seafood seasoning and cheese into the dry ingredients and use the dough setting on my bread machine for these delicious rolls.—Michele Field, Sykesville, Maryland

Herb Potato Rolls

Herb Potato Rolls

Herb Potato Rolls

My grandma always made these rolls. She herself enjoyed them as a child in Germany. I practiced for years before I finally perfected the recipe! —Lonna Smith, Woodruff, Wisconsin

Potato Refrigerator Rolls

Potato Refrigerator Rolls

Potato Refrigerator Rolls

"I started make these rolls in the 1960s because my children liked their meat or cheese separate from their bread," explains Ruthelaine Hoolsema of Grand Rapids, Michigan. "Sometimes I add poppy seeds or use rye flour instead of wheat flour and add caraway seeds."
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