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
This is one of the recipes I included in a cookbook I put together after my grown children kept calling home to ask how to make some of their favorite dishes. What a wonderful experience that was, gathering my mother's and my own recipes plus those from friends and family. My daughters and some of their friends did some artwork for it, and we now have a book we are proud to share!
Our weekly menu features these homemade oatmeal-potato rolls at least once. Depending on the meal, I may sprinkle them with cinnamon and brown sugar or brush on garlic butter. The possibilities are endless.
Whenever I make these country-style rolls, I fondly remember my mother—she was an excellent baker who taught me so much in our North Dakota farm kitchen. Each year at Thanksgiving, my bread basket includes these hearty dinner rolls.
Jackson Hole, Wyoming
If you're looking for a quick and easy homemade yeast roll this Easter, you'll want to try Regena Newton's recipe. Use your blender to combine the wet ingredients and combine with flour. No kneading required, either. This Oktaha, Oklahoma ranch woman says the recipe has become a family favorite.
These golden brown rolls are light and tender…and easy to make. To cut out the biscuits, we use the top of a drinking glass, and they turn out just fine. I like them warm with lots of butter.—Emma Rea, Columbia, South Carolina
Mashed sweet potatoes add a hint of color and flavor to these home-baked dinner rolls. The tempting golden knots have a tender texture as well as a lovely look from a sprinkling of sesame seeds. —Test Kitchen
"I always take my Cottage Cheese Yeast Rolls to potlucks, where they're soon gobbled up," writes Angie Merriam of Springfield, Ohio. "They're light, so they go well with many dishes. Just be sure to serve them with butter."
Believe it or not, these big breakfast treats will fit right into a light eating plan. "A friend gave me the recipe for these yummy yeast rolls," notes Pat Walter of Pine island, Minnesota. I sometimes use the pineapple filling as a dressing for fruit salad, too. Delicious!"