Sunday night dinner.
To me there is something so comforting and awesome about Sunday night dinner.
Especially during the months towards the end of summer and through fall, when school starts back up and routines begin to form. I love routines and it is probably the only thing I liked about the start of the school year.
Well, I did love back to school shopping.
New notebooks, pencils and general school supplies makes me very excited. I think it is the organization part to it, I love being organized. Which is honestly so ironic since over the past few months I have been so unorganized.
Anyway, dinner on Sunday night at our house pretty much always has bread.
Beer bread, sourdough bread, homemade pitas and these rolls.
Oh and Sunday night football. I really love Sunday night football. Seriously, I am so excited.
These light, buttery pull apart rolls are everyone’s favorite.
They are doughy, soft and so good fresh out of the oven with a pat of butter. It’s pure comfort and they are also so good dipped into soups or stews too. Perfect for all the typical Sunday night meals.
The best part is how easy they are.
Just mix the dough with your mixer or by hand with a wooden spoon. Let the dough rise 30 minutes and divide into nine dough balls. Let rise fifteen more minutes, brush with butter and bake twenty minutes.
Hot fresh homemade dinner rolls ready in under two hours with very minimal work. That is what we all want on a Sunday, so I say SCORE!
You can even double the recipe and place a pan in the freezer for another time. Then all you have to do is defrost on the counter before dinner. Then just bake as directed.
Oh, and sometimes I like to brown the butter that goes into the dough. Ah huh, now that is crazy awesome too! Either way though, they are delicious and yes, everyone in your family will eat these. Even if they are whole wheat. Trust me, even my picky, picky brother requests these rolls almost every dinner.
They love them. I love them. You will love them!
You guys, they are so fluffy. My mom the bread lover, kept trying to get one before I finished shooting. Can’t say I blame her.