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Bread Machine Dinner Rolls

Bread Machine dinner rolls:

I never really wanted a bread machine. It was just another huge kitchen appliance that would take up even more counter space along with my slow cooker, my blender, my coffee maker… and it just seemed like so much work to make stuff. Couldn’t it just make the dough, AND roll up my cinnamon rolls, AND bake them?

I finally took the plunge and got one from the thrift store for $6. A couple weeks later I baked my first loaf of bread and I was hooked! I had to have more. And more. And then I found this recipe for dinner rolls and I love how easy it is!

Dinner rolls 1What you need:

Flour (The original recipe calls for bread flour, but I used All-Purpose and they turned out great!
Granulated sugar

Dinner rolls 2Add all ingredients into the bread machine (Usually wet ingredients first, then dry, but check your manual). Set your bread machine to the “Dough” setting, then let it run (Typically 90 minutes).

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On a floured surface, knead the dough a little and then cut into 15 pieces. (I only had 12, oops.) Cover with a kitchen towel and let rise for one hour.

Dinner rolls 5Yes! They look amazing! Cook in a 375 degree oven for 12-15 minutes, then brush with butter.

Dinner rolls 6Yep, I could probably eat all of them. Or at least two per meal. Enjoy!



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Brandi H

Saturday 28th of March 2015

The bread looks fantastic! Thanks for sharing the great recipe.


Friday 27th of March 2015

Oh, your dinner rolls look so good and the recipe looks easy as well. We love baking bread and do so often. I do have a bread machine, but usually I just knead the dough and put it in the oven so I can do more than one loaf at a time. I will be trying this recipe though. I have a fetish for white flour and white sugar. yeah, I know what they say, but I love the stuff. I make healthy choices in other areas and try not to eat it every day. Thanks for sharing Debra

Kimberly Bonham

Friday 27th of March 2015

These look so amazing right now! Yummmy!

Suzanne @ Healthy Ever Afters

Friday 27th of March 2015

I've never wanted a bread maker either--I actually have one step better than that, a hubby who enjoys baking! But your post makes me wonder if maybe I'd do a little more of it myself if I had a machine. The rolls look to die for! =)


Friday 27th of March 2015

Nice! My husband's the one who likes to EAT the baked products, not make them. =P

Rachel G

Friday 27th of March 2015

So yummy! I've always wanted a breadmaker--but I might eat a little more homemade bread than was good for me...


Friday 27th of March 2015

Those thrift stores, seriously. I was wary at first, but this thing works great!

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