The lightest and fluffiest white dinner rolls couldn’t be easier to prepare!
Everyone needs a go-to roll recipe, especially one that’s easy to throw together. The rolls also have to be delicious, and go great with everything from a holiday roasted turkey to a simple weeknight soup. This right here is a recipe that meets those requirements, and then some.
These rolls have been handed down from my mom, and our family has been enjoying these little pillows of heaven for as long as I can remember. During the holiday season my mom makes them by the sheet pan and you’d be surprised at how quickly they all disappear.
Soft and fluffy crescent rolls brimming with the cozy flavor combination of sweet potato and nutmeg, and smothered with honey butter — in partnership with Red Star Yeast and Stop Hunger Now as part of World Hunger Action Month.
I was very fortunate to grow up in a home where I never had to go to bed hungry. We always had food on our table, almost all of which was healthy and homemade by my mother. Casseroles, roasted chicken, vegetables straight from our garden, baked bread and sweet treats are just a few examples of the wonderful food that filled our bellies every day.
I don’t often think about my good fortune, or about how many children and adults in the world don’t have it near as good. But it’s a sad fact that hunger is all around us.
Poor nutrition is responsible for the deaths of over three million children each year.
One in eight people will go to bed hungry tonight.
Nearly one billion people suffer from chronic hunger worldwide.
These are sobering statistics that make me grateful for every meal.
Why settle for lackluster store-bought hot dog buns when you can bake your own delicious buns from scratch?
During the summer brats or hot dogs are almost on a weekly rotation at our house. They’re the perfect easy meal on a busy weekday, or after a day spent playing outside or doing yardwork. We usually throw them on the grill, and in the time it takes them to cook I can put together a quick salad or slice a watermelon. And just like that— dinner, easy peasy.
My only problem is store-bought hot dog buns. To put it bluntly, they are just plain awful. So why has it taken me so long to bake my own? I really couldn’t tell you, although I can guarantee you that I will be from now on.
about meHi, I'm Annalise and I love to bake! Welcome to my blog, where you'll find recipes, baking tips and tricks, and more.