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Hey, guys! So, I know I’m not alone in saying that homemade dinner rolls are the cat’s meow, right? I mean, sure, you can buy some frozen dough from the store and bake your own, and they’ll taste good. However, when you make your own dough from scratch, your dinner rolls taste UH-MAZING.
This is a great recipe to use because it’s quick, simple, and very TASTEE. In fact, I taught my daughter at the age of 10 how to make these rolls and she now successfully makes them on here own. They turn out wonderfully every time.
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Quick Tip: For a healthier version substitute one cup of white flour for one cup of whole wheat.