It does my heart good to see our gang - right down to my great-grandchildren - reach eagerly for one of my homemade rolls. These are hearty with whole wheat and rich with old-fashioned goodness, and they bake up to a beautiful golden brown.
-Ruby Williams, Bogalusa, Louisiana
"THE RECIPE came from my grandmother on my father's side. This is an unbelievably easy way to make rolls. It takes some time to make them, naturally, but they're certainly worth it! This recipe makes delicious bread, too."
Here’s a home-baked roll you can make anytime. Just mix, knead, shape and par-bake, then pop ’em in the freezer. They’re ready to finish baking when guests are on their way. —Mary Jane Henderson, Salem, New Jersey
Turn out these tender yeast rolls for your feast - and watch guests nibble them up! The secret's in the herbs that season the dough, reveals Bonnie Myers from Callaway, Nebraska. (For a neat serving suggestion, look for Easter Bunny Rolls in the Recipe Finder for instructions on how to shape the bread into bunnies.)
My family loves these rolls with Christmas dinner. Their lemony flavor is a nice accompaniment to turkey and all the trimmings— or to my husband's favorite main course, beef roast. Using frozen bread dough helps save time during the holiday rush!
Every year after my family and I visit our local pumpkin patch, we come home and enjoy our first autumn meal where these dinner rolls make an appearance along with corn chowder and apple pie.—Sabrina Fraley, Georgetown, Kentucky