Ok. I lied. These aren’t Texas Roadhouse Rolls. They’re my great-great grandma’s rolls. But they totally rival Texas Roadhouse Rolls. THEY ARE SO GOOD. This recipe is so versatile. We use it for rolls, bread, cinnamon rolls, pizza dough blah blah. It works for everything! Takes five minutes to throw in your bread maker, 2 hours of bread maker magic, 10 minutes to roll up and 15 minutes to cook. That really equals 15 minutes of you needing to be in the kitchen! Who doesn’t love that right?!
I’m having serious issues with blogger so sorry if the layout is a little… off!
- 1 1/2 cups milk
- 1/4 cup melted butter
- 1/3 sugar
- 1 egg (break up yolk)
- 1 tsp salt
- 4 cups flour
- 1 Tbs yeast
- Add all the ingredients- in order- to your bread maker and set to dough setting!
- Roll into balls in a muffin tin
- Bake at 370 for 10-ish minutes or until golden brown
Then add 1/4 cup melted butter
Next, add in your 1/3 cup sugar
Break up the yolk of one egg and add it to bread maker
Add 1 tsp salt
Put them in the oven and when they come out they should be so delicious! These ones look a little funny because my cute nieces rolled the last batch and I forgot to take pictures of the first batch- of course!