Super Easy 40-Minute Milk and Honey Dinner Rolls
This recipe for 40-minute milk and honey dinner rolls is just in time for the holidays when baking buns at home is a must. The recipe is slightly sweet and fluffy and takes only 40 minutes to make. You can make these 40-Minute milk and honey dinner rolls for the holidays, but they are also perfect for weeknights anytime of the year. These buns are so easy to make and are a must-have recipe for any home cook. One of the best things about this dinner roll recipe is that it can be made ahead of time. You can prep the dough to the point of baking and then put in the fridge. You can refrigerate the buns overnight or make everything in the morning and bake them at dinner time. The prep time for these buns is 23 minutes, with 17 minutes to cook, for a total time of 40 minutes from start to finish. This recipe for buns makes enough for 12 rolls. For baking buns at home, you will need butter, active dry yeast two packets, warm milk, honey, all-purpose flour, and kosher salt. To make these rolls the night before, prepare the recipe as written on the site. Then once the rolls are in the pan, cover them with plastic wrap and put in the fridge. In the morning, take off the plastic wrap, and then bake them in a preheated oven for 17 to 20 minutes until they are golden brown on top and cooked through.
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