I’ve been making this Homemade Yeast Rolls or Bread Recipe for years now and it’s never failed the multiple times I’ve made it.
To me, there’s not much better in the food indulgence realm (outside of desserts, of course) than freshly made bread, still just slightly warm from the oven and topped with a good helping of creamy real butter. I’m sorry if you now have to buy a new keyboard from all of the drool. 😉 Since yesterday I shared 15 yeast and bread making tips, I thought it was only fair that I now share my favorite Homemade Yeast Rolls or Bread Recipe.
I’ve tried a variety of Homemade Yeast Rolls or Bread Recipes and some were okay but still rather meh, or a complete fail, but this recipe has been just about perfect each time I’ve made it – which is likely on average of twice a month for the past couple years. Yeah, it’s that good. My favorite part of the recipe is that it doesn’t use fancy flours – just regular all-purpose flour that most of us always have on hand. My second favorite part is that it is a truly versatile dough. I’ve made a variety of rolls, and loaves as you can see above, and even boules and cinnamon rolls (with an added egg and some extra sugar).
I’ve successfully made this Homemade Yeast Rolls or Bread Recipe completely by hand many times, but I do now use my stand mixer since I have one. I’m sure it would also work great in a food processor with the dough blade. I know that the recipe looks super long, but I’m going into specific details for the first timers. I promise this recipe isn’t as overwhelming as it may seem. 🙂 I’m also including pictures of certain steps at the bottom. Click here or on the image below to see my yeast rolls recipe.