No Knead Dinner Rolls

by Kate on September 12, 2016

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I live with a bunch of bread fanatics. My family would eat bread as a meal if I would let them. They love it at every meal.

They enjoy all types of bread. My husband could easily eat a whole batch of Maple Bacon Skillet Cornbread all by himself. Not that I would blame him. It’s sweet, savory, smoky and quite irresistible.

Buttery Skillet Focaccia topped with herbs and a touch of parmesan is a family favorite. I like it because I can make it in only an hour. It doesn’t get much easier than that.

One hour for freshly baked bread is pretty outstanding and making these No Knead Dinner Rolls are a close second. They won’t be done in one hour but these easy to make. No knead rolls are a breeze to throw together and you’ll put forth very little effort while getting amazing dinner rolls.

Some days I want to make bread for dinner yet I think of all the effort of kneading the bread, waiting for it to rise, kneading it some more, waiting again and I just lose my desire for bread at all. Now, this No Knead Dinner Rolls recipe still takes some time to make but it’s almost all hands-off time, leaving you free to do whatever you want in the meantime.

No Knead Dinner Rolls - FoodBabbles.com

Simply stir together 6 ingredients, all of which you most likely have in your pantry already. That’s pretty much it. Notice I said stir? That’s all your doing. No endless kneading for 10 minutes.

Just grab a wooden spoon and stir it all together in one bowl until everything is evenly moistened and combined then walk away. Let the yeast do it’s thing, form the dough into balls and boom. Done.

Into the oven they go, bake ‘em up and you’ve got rolls to go with dinner any time you want and you hardly had to even lift a finger. Crisp outside and fluffy inside, these rolls are perfect any time.

Enjoy!

~K

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