Golden Honey Pan Rolls
Total TimePrep: 35 min. + rising Bake: 20 min.
The rolls were fluffy and delicious. Everyone enjoyed them. I am not a lover of sweet toppings, but this roll was amazing
These are heavenly! Since they had a sweet topping I made them for breakfast....I was a little concerned because others said the topping burned on theirs, but fortunately that didn't happen. I followed the directions exactly, they rose beautifully both times......super yummy, and definitely a keeper!
We love the recipe! In two months we did over 60 batches and our friends and family were all delighted to get them! We've been busy! ??Sometimes we add a bit more honey to the glaze and sometimes we even use powered sugar when they come out for decoration.
Recipe was promising. I used APF and probably could’ve baked it from the first rise. The salt was overpowering. recipes like this that I’ve seen, use 1 tsp of salt. If you have tastebuds that are sensitive to salt, the 1/2 tsp makes a huge difference. The dough didn’t rise well the 2nd time around, so I wound up with biscuits rather than rolls. Worth giving it recipe another try. Overall, it’s the salt that did it for me.
Directions very deceiving, make sure you read BOTH sets of instructions. I did not know there was a second set of them if you scroll farther. Wasted time/ingredients on them!
These rolls are really great. I have made them without the sweet glaze, and just brushed them with warm butter when they come out of the oven for a less sweet taste. But both ways, are good. Texture was wonderful, they raised perfectly, and are now a regular for family dinners.
These were a little too sweet for my taste. The dough was very sticky and flattened out like biscuits.
I had to keep the family out of these before dinner because they kept disappearing. I did not have 2 8x8 pans so I used a 16x11, which seemed to work out well. Definite will make again. .
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Pan roll recipe I had bee looking for. Loved it!