These bread machine sandwich rolls are so easy to make and are the perfect bun for your favorite burger, sub, sloppy Joe, chicken sandwich, or even Nutella sandwich. My boys love them with butter and Nutella for a quick snack.
These bread machine buns are like fancy bakery buns for a fraction of the price and since they are made with real ingredients in your own kitchen you can feel better about what you eating.
To make these sandwich buns, you simply put the ingredients in your bread machine in the order listed, run it on the dough cycle and then shape the buns, let rise, then bake.
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You can make them any size and shape you need or make smaller dinner rolls or slider buns if desired.
Can you make these bread machine buns ahead and freeze them?
Yes, you can make these ahead of time and freeze them. This is helpful if you have a lot of prep work leading up to a celebration meal and need a large quantity. You can freeze several batches and have them ready to go. Here is a link to my roll post which includes instructions for freezing the dough to thaw and rise and bake later.
Bread Machine Sandwich Buns
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 8-10 rolls and shape into balls.
5. Place on a greased or parchment lined baking sheet.
6. Press down to flatten the top and form a bun shape.
7. Cover with a lint free towel and let rise for at least 15 minutes. I let rise longer if I have the time.**
8. Bake at 375 degrees for about 15 minutes until golden brown.
Yield 8-10 buns
*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 buns 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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