Thursday, November 10, 2005
Take Rhodes frozen roll dough (or a similar brand), either white or whole-wheat. The white ones will rise higher and be lighter but the whole wheat ones are better for you!
Melt a stick of butter. Dip the frozen roll balls into the melted butter and place in a 9x13 baking dish for 20 rolls, or a 9x9 dish for 9 rolls. Cover the rolls with plastic wrap sprayed with non-stick cooking spray. Set the rolls in a warm place and let rise for 4-5 hours. When the dough is risen above the pan, bake as directed on the package.
The melted butter makes these so good. Most people think they are homemade. I got this recipe from Rita, a lady at church who served on the funeral dinner committee with me. She was always asked to bring "her rolls". When she shared that they were made from frozen dough, I was very surprised and couldn't wait to try them. Yum.