30 Minute Miracle Rolls!

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10:30 AM
A friend of mine shared an amazing recipe
with me--and I'm blabbing it all over blog land!

I have felt like rolls were such a luxury...
they took so long to mix, knead, rise,
roll and rise...2 or 3 hours later...
rolls that only last 10 minutes 
once everyone smells them!

So Angie gave me a 35 minute roll recipe.
From start to finish!
Here it is:
Preheat oven to 400*

In mixing bowl add:
1 3/4 C. Warm Water
1/4 C. sugar
1/2 C oil
3 Tbsp yeast
(this is the yeast I use.  Instant yeast.)
Let set for 15 minutes.
The yeast will rise and grow.
 Just after 1 minute!

Then add:
1/2 Tbsp Salt
2 beaten eggs
5 1/4 C. Flour

Roll out onto baking sheets.
(golf ball size dough balls)
Let rise for 10 minutes.
Put into oven.
Bake for 10 minutes!
Makes about 40 rolls

Now there is no excuse!
You can have fresh rolls everyday!

We love them so much,
I haven't bought bread in months...
my kids love little roll sandwiches!

I usually double the recipe...might as
well make a few days worth!

Also you can freeze the dough and pull it
out when you are ready to bake!
I thaw it overnight in my fridge set it on the
counter about 10 minutes before I am
ready to roll out.
Then roll, rise and bake!

And yes, this is what we are having
with our Thanksgiving dinner!



Rachel said…
Thank you for sharing - I love making rolls - but hate the time they take. Now I have a quick recipe.
My Scrap Diary said…
Cool thanks for this. Now this may sound like a silly question but for yeast you have 3T, does that mean 3 Tablespoons or Teaspoons. Thanks!
Jess M
myscrapdiary @ gmail dot com
Anonymous said…
Thank you for sharing - namnam!
Foy Family said…
This is wonderful, thanks for sharing.
WOW! If you get a chance, I'd love to have you link up to my party at http://scrapbookingez.blogspot.com/2011/12/anything-goes-linky-party.html. Thanks for sharing!
Unknown said…
Thank you for sharing! I love rolls, but hate how long they take too. I will definitely have to try this recipe. I'm your newest follower from The I Heart Nap Time Party. I'd love you to stop by my blog & maybe follow along too.
Time saving, miracle rolls, that's what I like to hear. :-) Kathi
HelmaLensen said…
I guess you might have some new fans here in The Netherlands. Just one question: the pre-heating temperature for the oven, is that 400* celcius or fahrenheit or somerhing?
Harriet said…
I've had this page bookmarked (and printed out) for I don't know how long, and this is my go-to recipe for making hand pies/empanadas/calzones. Just did a batch up today, and had to come back and thank you again for this wonderful quick recipe. I have other bread recipes, of course, but they are for other purposes. Thanks!!