Popular Dinner Rolls Recipes

Homemade dinner rolls are a great way to retreat from a busy day. From white to whole wheat to onion-rosemary, these easy recipes for dinner rolls turn out tempting whether you knead them by hand or shape them in the bread machine.

Pumpkin Crescent Rolls with Honey Butter

One part whole wheat flour to five parts all-purpose flour keeps these incredible crescents light while still providing healthful whole grains. Canned pumpkin makes them perfect for Thanksgiving dinner or as a side to a hearty fall vegetable soup.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Pumpkin Crescent Rolls with Honey Butter

Cheesy Millet and Black Pepper Breadsticks

Crisp, yeasty and thoroughly healthful, these breadsticks combine whole grains and cheese in a delightful way. Although millet is a common protein in much of the world, it's not so common here. Look for the neutral-tasting grain in the health food aisles of your supermarket.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Cheesy Millet and Black Pepper Breadsticks

Buttermilk-Sage Dinner Rolls

When used in baking -- and particularly in yeast breads such as these dinner rolls -- buttermilk creates a soft, supple crumb, great sliceability and amazing, tangy aroma. Do be sure to shake buttermilk vigorously; the good stuff tends to fall to the bottom of the carton.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Buttermilk-Sage Dinner Rolls

Egg Dinner Rolls

A basket of these egg-rich rolls shaped into pretty rosettes is perfect on any holiday or special occasion dinner table.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Egg Dinner Rolls

Parmesan Dinner Rolls

A little Parmesan cheese and fresh basil makes hot roll mix taste like homemade bread.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Parmesan Dinner Rolls

Two-Tone Balsamic-Onion Spiral Rolls

From Diabetic Living

Two-Tone Balsamic-Onion Spiral Rolls

Pumpernickel Rosettes

Dress up any dinner with a batch of homemade pumpernickel rolls. Freeze leftover rosettes so a bread side dish is never more than a few minutes of oven time away.

From Diabetic Living

Pumpernickel Rosettes

Potato Parker House Rolls

From Diabetic Living

Potato Parker House Rolls

Perfect Water and Whole-Wheat Challah

Whether you use it for sandwiches, breakfast toast, or as a serve-along for soups, this whole wheat version of challah is delightful.

From Diabetic Living

Perfect Water and Whole-Wheat Challah

Multi-Grain Rolls

From Diabetic Living

Multi-Grain Rolls

Harvest Breadsticks

Potatoes and buttermilk add richness to the dough recipe for these homemade breadsticks. Serve them with soups or salads.

From Diabetic Living

Harvest Breadsticks

Fruit and Nut Twists

Apricots and slivered almonds dot these sweet breadsticks.

From Diabetic Living

Fruit and Nut Twists

Basic Dough

From Diabetic Living

Basic Dough

Pull Apart Cornmeal Dinner Rolls

Cornmeal adds a pleasant crunch and golden color to these rich, buttery yeast rolls.

From Midwest Living

Pull Apart Cornmeal Dinner Rolls

Green Onion Parker House Biscuits

Cheese and onions dress up packaged refrigerated biscuits for this easy bread, which pairs well with soups, salads, or roast.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Green Onion Parker House Biscuits

Checkerboard Rolls

This combination of cornmeal and cheese makes delicious rolls as does the combination of poppy seeds, sesame seeds, and lemon-pepper seasoning. When both flavor combinations are side by side, these rolls will be the hit of your dinner party.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Checkerboard Rolls

Herbed Wild Rice Rolls

If you make these rolls ahead, reheat in foil and place in the oven for 5 minutes to refresh just-baked goodness.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Herbed Wild Rice Rolls

Cheesy Garlic Rolls

From Better Homes and Gardens

Cheesy Garlic Rolls

Whole Wheat Cranberry Dinner Rolls

From Diabetic Living

Whole Wheat Cranberry Dinner Rolls

Tender Potato Rolls

Instant mashed potato flakes replace traditional cooked potatoes but keep the moist velvety texture that makes potato rolls and breads so appealing.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Tender Potato Rolls

Cloverleaf Rye Rolls

Since rye flour is heavier than all-purpose flour, these rolls are a little denser than classic cloverleaf rolls. But you'll love the hearty rye flavor.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Cloverleaf Rye Rolls

Kansas Zwiebach

When Mennonites came to Kansas, they brought their German language, Turkey Red wheat and the recipe for this addictively sweet, soft dinner roll. Don¿t confuse it with the tooth-breaking cracker of the same name.

From Midwest Living

Kansas Zwiebach

Garlic Knots

These garlicky dinner rolls are a cinch to make because you start with frozen bread dough. They're brushed with garlic butter before and after baking.

From Family Circle

Garlic Knots

Classic Cheddar Sliders

From Family Circle

Classic Cheddar Sliders

Sweet & Sour Meatball Sliders

From Family Circle

Sweet & Sour Meatball Sliders

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