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When I took my first bite of one of these rolls I was on cloud 9. They tasted insanely delicious. I didn’t realize bread could bring me so much joy/ Ok, That’s a lie. I always knew bread could bring joy haha!
Check out what my pal, Erin, over at Making Memories With Your Kids, had to say about this recipe:
This recipe is definitely an easy one. You just add the ingredients listed in order and turn on your bread machine. Easy peasy. But I’m not so sure they tasted like the Kings Hawaiian Sweet Rolls we buy in the grocery store. (Cue the sad face.) I know. That’s two recipes that, although they’ve been good, just aren’t a true Copycat recipe.
That’s okay. I think copycat recipes are overrated, anyway. Plus, these rolls taste amazing just as they are. Great recipe, Erin!
1 Cup Dole Pineapple Juice (Room Temperature)
1 Large Egg (Room Temperature)
1/3 Cup Milk (Room Temperature)
4 TBS Kerrygold Butter
2 tsp Coconut Extract
1 tsp Ground Ginger
1 tsp Morton Salt
1/3 Cup Domino Sugar
1/2 Cup Mashed Potato Flakes
3-1/2 Cups Gold Medal Flour
1 packet (2-1/4 tsp) Red Star Yeast
Make sure all of your ingredients are room temperature! This is super important if you want this to rise properly.
Add the ingredients to the bread machine in the order listed.
Run the bread machine on “Dough” setting. This should take you through the first rising of the dough.
Grease a 9 x 13 casserole dish . Slice the dough into 16 equal size portions. Roll into balls and set them in the pan.
Cover with a towel and allow the final rise for about an hour until the rolls have filled the bottom of the pan and are all touching.
Bake rolls in pre-heated 350 degree oven for 20 minutes.
Remove from the oven and brush with melted butter.
Cool slightly and serve.
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Quick Tip: Serve with lots of butter or your favorite sweet or savory spread.
Big thanks to Making Memories With Your Kids for this delicious recipe.