Saturday, August 4, 2007

~Quick, & Easy, Light, & Yummy Self-rising rolls!~

EVER DECIDED THAT YOU WANTED HOMEMADE HOT ROLLS FOR DINNER, WHEN YOU ONLY HAVE 1/2 AN HOUR BEFORE YOU EAT?! Well, here's a recipe for you!! I love this recipe that I got from my dear Pastor's wife, Sis. Eisenhart. These rolls (or muffins) are so light and yummy, and you just mix them up, spoon them into muffin cups and bake them, and BAM! You have hot rolls for dinner. I have a roll recipe that I like better than this, but when I want rolls NOW...I make this one! =) Enjoy!
(Many of you may already have this recipe, but if you don't, I wanted to share it.)

~Self-rising Rolls~
In a small-med. bowl dissolve 1 heaping Tablespoon of yeast (or 1 package) in 2 cups of Warm water. (Not to hot, not to cold!)
In large bowl:
Melt 3/4 cup marg. or butter (a stick and a half) in Microwave.
Add: 1/4 cup sugar (I always use a 1/2 cup, but it might rise higher with less sugar.)
1 egg
4 cups self-rising flour (or just add 2 teasp. of salt, and 4 teasp. of Baking powder to 4 cups of regular flour)
Add the yeast/water mixture, Stir well, and spoon into well-greased muffin tins. Bake at 400 for 15 minutes or unitl lightly browned.
THESE DO NOT HAVE TO RISE, even when the dough is cold! Can refrigerate dough for 1 week, pull out, spoon into well-greased muffin cups, and bake! Delicious!
Since I just made 2 batches of Yummy Strawberry Freezer Jam today, I had to mix up some of these quick rolls, to try out my Jam! =) ~My 2 batches of strawberry jam, Noah my "helper", and I.~

~Noah playing cars. Phillip took this pic, for he had tiny little cars, with big, Fisher price people on top of the cars.~
~Kimberly giving her brother and sister a ride on her bike!~

Sarah's jean skirt that I made her and embroidered with my machine. I had fun adding the pocket from an old jean skirt of Kimberly's! Her skirt got turned, the flower is actually more to her left, and is not in the center of her skirt.~

Have a blessed Lord's Day...we plan to!


dorcas said...

Goodness girl! You are busier than a bee. The strawberry jam looks great. A few years ago I picked berries at a farm and every time the guy would come to drop and pick up people I would find these great berries. I ended up with 25 pounds! We had jam out our ears. It was fun to share though.

Monte & Amy said...

Beth and I just made strawberry jam and canned 15 pints of green beans today. We had so much fun wish we could of came over and done it with you. Pictures will be up soon I am sure.
love you

Vonnie said...

The skirt is darling and I will have to try that recipe. It sounds wonderful to have home made bread in 30 minutes.

Beth Dickinson said...

your so good Heather!

Jason & Bethany Morford said...

I'm going to have to try that bread recipe to go with my own freezer jam. I have been looking for a recipe like that.

Kim M. said...

Thanks for posting that bread recipe. I definitely plan to try it.I posted a crescent roll/cinnamon roll recipe on my blog... check it out.

That skirt is so adorable! I would love to be able to embroider my own clothes. Nice! Love the pictures of your adorable children.

Kim M. said...

Hi Heather... THANKS SO MUCH for the sweet comments on my blog, and for the idea for the love knots, and for your email address offering help! I will try this recipe for sure!!! Sounds delicious! My husband and boys will be so thankful!

Misty said...

Here is the link again. Hope it works this time!

Misty said...

Hmmm, apparently it doesn't want to work because it is so long. Try to copy and paste it separately.


Kimberly said...

I will definately try this one...just my speed!Thanks!

Gayle said...

The skirt is so cute!
I love to make these rolls. I am not very good at Making rolls or bread and these come out just great!
The strawberry jam sound wonderful!

Roseanne said...

Way to go Heather. The jam looks great. You keep way to busy. I will try those rolls. I shouldn't be able to mess them up. haha. The bike pic. is so funny. I would have been so worried Kimberly would have dumped everyone off. Beautiful job on the skirt. You are so talented.

Lori said...

Thanks so much for sharing all the recipes! I love to cook and bake as well and love to try new things! I tried this rolls and was thrilled with the results! They are great for spur-of-the moment times like tonights supper! :)

julie f said...


Thanks for sharing the great recipe! So many times I do want to make bread to go with dinner and remember to do it at the "eleventh hour".

I so loved your blog about the baptism. What a precious, meaningful time!

Enjoy your day!

Anonymous said...

the skirt is DARLING... Darla will LOVE it. She loves everything that unusual for some reason!!! :) Hope you get this in time. Love you and gotta run. Our family company leaves tomorrow and I've no idea if our next company is coming yet or not. KEEP PRAYING. love you much, Laura in Romania

The Yates said...

Thanks Heather for the recipe. I often get into situations when I wished for quick bread or rolls, its not like I can run to the store quick. I'm hoping this recipe will work in high altitude. Thanks again!!

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