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Even beginner-level bakers will have no trouble making these fluffy rolls; the dough can be prepped, put in the pan, and chilled up to a day ahead.

Source: Everyday Food, December 2007
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  • John Blevins
    31 MAR, 2013
    Wow, I just used this and it turned out great!!! I will use this from now on! kids tested and there mother approved!!!
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  • Clarisse Gibson
    22 NOV, 2012
    Easy to make but the taste and texture was terrible. Mine came out dry and crumbly. They fell into crumbs when opened to put on butter. I like the concept, but I think it might have been the lack of milk in the recipe, and if it were kneaded just a little bit, it might help with the texture. I'll try it again, with half water and half milk and on a non-holiday because home made rolls are essential in our family holiday meals and they need to be good.
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  • Lauren 000
    28 OCT, 2012
    Mine tasted like tea biscuits. Does anyone know why?
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  • Lisa Wooten
    17 OCT, 2012
    loved these rolls..very easy to make too..will be making these again for Thanksgiving and x-mas.. :))
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  • fletch123
    22 DEC, 2010
    Great rolls! Easy and delicious!
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  • KristyPowers
    13 DEC, 2010
    These are really no-fail and are DELICIOUS! I've made them in several sizes. I have bot left them in the fridge overnight. It is just amazing the difference fresh bread makes. It makes me wonder... how do they get supermarket bread so light and tasteless?
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  • sparkle9152
    26 NOV, 2010
    Made these for Thanksgiving and they were buttery and soft. I liked the fact that they came out well even after being in the fridge overnight. I will definitely use this recipe again!
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  • sarahisayshi
    3 NOV, 2010
    Easiest rolls I've ever made. Also the best rolls I've ever made.
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  • payneme
    16 MAR, 2010
    If you want sweeter roles double the sugar. I did it and didn't have a problem. Also, works equally as well with whole wheat flour.
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  • anna_zager
    28 JAN, 2009
    Don't know why rest of my comment didn't show up! I went on to say that I made these LAST min. Didn't let them rise AT ALL! Mixed them (with rapid rise active dry yeast), made into rolls, put directly into oven. Cooked for 35 mins
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