I have been making these delicious bread machine buttery rolls for years. They are so fluffy and buttery and perfect for any occassion. They are always a hit and so easy to make that you can even make them for everyday family meals.
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These rolls are really simple to make and so delicious.
You simply put the ingredients in your bread machine, run it on the dough cycle, and then shape the rolls, let them rise and bake.
Can you make these bread machine rolls ahead and freeze them?
You can make ahead and freeze the dough balls before letting them rise. Simply freeze on a parchment lined cookie sheet, then once frozen put the dough balls into a plastic container or ziploc bag and label to store in the freezer. When you are ready to bake them, place on a pachment lined baking sheet or pan and let them thaw and rise for several hours at room temperature. I place them close together, but with a little room between them to allow them to rise and touch after they have risen. You can use pie pans, cake pans, casseroles, baking sheets, whatever you have and like for baking rolls. If you don't have parchment paper, just grease your pan with a little butter.
My mother-in-law gifted me these pretty holiday paper baking pans last year at Christmas. (I think she bought them at Hobby Lobby.) They are perfect for taking rolls to friends and family or to a holiday dinner party. You bake right in the pan, no greasing or parchment paper needed and they are disposable so no need to ask to have your pan returned. I have also frozen rolls in these pans and then let them rise on the counter and then baked them right in the paper pan. So easy!
The Best Bread Machine Rolls
1. Add the ingredients in the order listed to your bread machine. (I have an extra large Welbilt bread machine which has been a great machine, but I bought it for $6.99 at a thrift store.)
2. I put the milk and butter together in a large glass measuring cup and microwave for 1 minute on high then add it to the bread machine.
3. After you add all of the ingredients, run on the dough cycle.
4. When dough cycle is complete, divide into 18-20 rolls and shape into balls.
5. Place on a greased or parchment lined baking sheet or pan of choice.
6. Cover with a lint free towel and let rise for at least 15 minutes.**
7. Bake at 375 degrees for about 15 minutes until golden brown.
Yield 18-20 rolls
*I use coconut sugar because it is lower on the glycemic index than white refined sugar. I buy it at Big Lots for $3.50 a pound. I use coconut sugar a lot in baking as I don't feel it changes the final product and its healthier than using granulated refined white sugar.
**If freezing the dough before letting it rise, you will want to let it rise for a few hours at room temperature (covered with a lint free towel) while thawing on the day you bake it. You can also let it slow rise in the fridge overnight. Cover with plastic wrap if slow rising in the fridge.
Store extra rolls in an airtight container at room temperature for a couple of days (they never last more than 1-2 days in our house). Leftover rolls are great for breakfast with butter and honey.
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Hi, I'm Faith, a former Family and Consumer Science teacher turned food blogger. I love God, my family, and food. You can usually find me in the kitchen preparing family friendly, homemade recipes and taking lots of pictures.
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