Today we’re serving Honey Yeast Rolls that are light, airy, and kissed with sweetness! This is honestly The Best Yeast Rolls Recipe I’ve ever made. A classic you’ll come back to again and again.
People get funny when you call something the best.
Here, shove a honey yeast roll in your mouth… It will make you feel less sensitive. *wink*
To clarify, I want it to be known that this is The Best Yeast Rolls Recipe I’ve ever made. You can choose to disagree, but you’ll need to make and test them first.
Then you’ll find it tricky to say much about anything, because your face will be packed with one yeast roll right after the other.
Let me tell you why this is The Best Yeast Rolls Recipe…
First, each little yeast roll is kissed with honey. There is honey in the dough and a honey butter glaze over the top.
Second, to balance the light sweetness, these yeast rolls have a generous dose of sea salt to bring out the best flavor.
Third and most important, the dough is sticky, meaning it will rise and bake into delicate pillows of wheaty goodness.
The Best Yeast Rolls Recipe is such a versatile roll recipe. You can shape the dough any way you want and use them as a side dish, or as buns for sliders.
For sliders I like to roll the dough into balls for a perfectly round yeast roll you can cut in half.
For bread basket rolls, I like to tie them in knots as you see above. Just roll a piece of dough into a short rope, cross one end over the other, then push one end through the hole.
And for Easter, I like to make The Best Yeast Rolls Recipe into bunnies!
Simply roll the dough into ovals.
Then poke “eyes” in one end with a chop stick, and use kitchen sheers to snip ears and tail. Fold the tail down to make it round.
Whether you make round rolls, knots, or bunnies, you will soon discover this roll recipe is The Best Yeast Rolls Recipe after all.
It’s one to tuck in your kitchen journal and use for years to come!
Looking for a gluten free variation? Try these Gluten Free Dinner Rolls.
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