45 Minute Yeast Rolls
This recipe for 45 Minute Yeast Rolls will have you baking buns at home with ease. If you have never baked buns before, then maybe now is the time to try it. There are so many great easy recipes for buns and dinner rolls out there, this one being one of them, so its worth a try to see which recipe works the best for you. Whether you call them buns or rolls, they taste just as great, and different people just call them by different names. There are so many great uses for dinner rolls and so many occasions to have them. People love to have dinner rolls with their meals, especially when it comes to special occasions like Christmas or Thanksgiving. But dinner rolls can also be enjoyed with any meal no matter what time of year it is. There are recipes that use dinner rolls to make mini burgers or sliders which taste the best on a fresh, homemade roll. Another recipe that uses rolls is Sloppy Joe's where ground meat is cooked in a savory sauce that is then poured over a warm dinner roll. You can also make sandwiches out of buns which make for really nice lunches.
Bread has been a staple of the human diet for centuries. Going way back to ancient Egyptian times, where they made flatbreads and ancient Roman times when they invented a leavening agent for their bread which made them lighter like the loaves of bread we know today. Bread is also fairly affordable to make, and it satisfies hunger which is why people have included it in their meals for so long. It is a great food to take when traveling since it packs up easily and will last for a few days and it can also be made in a number of ways even over an open flame or in a wood-fired oven. Nutritionally, bread doesn't have the highest nutritional value, unless it is a bread that is made with many different grains and seeds in it, like a whole wheat or multigrain bread. White bread mostly is just very dense with carbohydrates making it good for giving short bursts of energy that will be burned up quickly. So it is good to eat accompanied by other healthy foods like vegetables or some lean free range meat. But on their own, breads are not going to give a lot of nutrition.
Nutrition Facts for: 45 Minute Yeast Rolls from Graceful Little Honey Bee
Ingredients: Oil, active dry yeast, water, sugar, salt, egg, bread flour.
* The entire recipe has been calculated for 12 servings.
* Per Serving:Calories 213, Calories from Fat 62, Total Fat 6.9g 11%, Saturated Fat 1.0g 5%, Cholesterol 14mg 5%, Sodium 298mg 12%, Potassium 84mg 2%, Carbohydrates 32.8g 11%, Dietary Fiber 1.4g 6%, Sugars 4.3g, Protein 5.0g, Vitamin A 0%, Vitamin C 0%, Calcium 1%, Iron 12%
Thank you to Missy for sharing this easy dinner rolls recipe with us all. Missy shares her recipes with us through her food blog and website called the Graceful Little Honey Bee. This recipe will give you those perfect, soft and yummy dinner rolls that you dream of and only in 45 minutes. Missy shares a ton of other great recipes with us including slow cooker recipes like meatball sandwiches and Slow Cooker Sausage, Potato and Cabbage. She also features some delicious dessert recipes like Chocolate Drizzled Peanut Butter Cookies, and Double Chocolate Squash Muffins that look amazing. Enjoy baking buns at home when you try this great recipe.*
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