Quick Yeast Rolls

Bri Tripp


I love dinner rolls :D I eat them with any meal :D
This recipe I enjoyed because I typically always have the ingredients on hand.
It gets really sticky but the final product is super yummy :D If they are made too early to the meal time you may not have any left for dinner :D

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4 (makes 8 but really only just one per person??)
1 Hr 30 Min
10 Min


2 Tbsp
3 Tbsp
white sugar
1 c
hot water
1 pkg
active dry yeast (.25oz)
egg, beaten
1 tsp
2/4 c
all purpose flour


1In a large bowl mix shortening, sugar and hot water. Allow to cool to lukewarm
2Mix in the yeast to activate it. It may take a few minutes but the yeast should be dissolved.
3Mix in the beaten egg, flour and salt. Salt should go last as it kills the yeast if put in too early.
4Allow to rise for roughly 30 minutes or doubled in size.
5Preheat the oven to 425*.
6Grease and slightly flour 8 muffin tins. (if you want to make a loaf of bread you can easily just grease and slightly flour a loaf pan)
7Divide the dough into the greased and floured tins. You can be exact and measure them out... or just eyeball it. I eyeballed it and they came out kinda close in size :P
8Allow the dough to double in size again, roughly 20 minutes.
9Bake 10 minutes
10Enjoy :D I put melted butter on mine at the end and served hot :D

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Other Breads
Other Tag: Quick & Easy