Miss Betty's Super Quick Dinner Rolls
These three ingredient rolls are easy and quick! A great last minute addition to any meal.
These three ingredient rolls are easy and quick! A great last minute addition to any meal.
Love these! Wonderfully light and tender rolls and so QUICK! I didn't have self-rising flour and used the substitution of: 1 Cup all purpose flour + 1 tsp baking powder + 1/2 tsp salt....turned out fantastic.
I have to agree with other reviewers here: this recipe by itself makes pretty bland rolls. But it still deserves 4 stars because it only needs a couple of herbs added to make a delicious and easy made dinner roll. Rosemary, oregano, garlic, ... there are no limits. I did not have self-rising flour but used 1 cup all-purpose flour, 1 1/2 teaspoons baking powder and 1/2 teaspoon salt instead. Thanks for this great basic recipe, Miss Betty! :)
I am not sure why people are complaining that they are plain. What are they suppose to taste like. Well our family loved them. My DH and kids all ate them. We made it to go with our beef stroganof and green beans and it was great. I am not sure what people are looking for when they need all those spices. My husband thinks it must be a main meal. We use our rolls for a light side. The only thing is that this is more like a bisquet than a roll. But is sure tastes good. It would be great as bisquets and gravy. Sorry about spelling here. No spell check ;)
These rolls were a very light biscuit texture. My children and I loved them! I did make one change because I was out of mayo, I used 2 T. ranch dressing instead, which gave them a light ranch flavor (very good!) Since I don't use self-rising flour I used the Betty Crocker substitution of 1 cup flour, 1 1/2 t. baking powder and 1/2 t. salt. I will make these again :)
I made these for lunch today to go with tomato soup. I added 1 tsp. of garlic powder, 1 tsp. of crushed rosemary and 1 tsp. of italian seasoning and they came out great. These are so simple!
I like this recipe. It's pretty fast and easy to make, but I always add something like grated chedar cheese, bacon, roasted garlic or something because otherwise they are pretty bland for my taste. I like the biscuit consistency and I make them to eat with soups =)
I tried this recipe because it looked so easy and because the reviews were so good. I really didn't expect them to be very good. They are really good. My husband gave me a thumbs up and I will make them again.
I already made 2 batches today! I only fill them up halfway in the muffin cup, and it ended up to get me 8. I also put jam in the middle, and my second batch had cheese and ham in it. I added a little more water (not milk) to the batter, so it came out more muffin like. The only thing is that I baked it longer, since there's more moisture in the batter. But definitly a keeper!!
I added garlic powder and cheddar cheese to mine and baked for 20 min and they still didn't brown up. But they were delicious. I love the gummy sort of textureand they were very light. I will definitely make again.
I needed a quick recipe for rolls to have with dinner and these were a hit. Kind of "biscuitey" but served its purpose and I did not have to roll them out. Quick, simple and good!! Will definitely make again. To those of you who could not get them to brown, I baked mine at 450 degrees for 8-10 minutes. I also did not have "self rising flour" on hand but made my own. 1 cup of flour, 1 1/2 tsp of baking powder and 1/2 tsp salt, plus for extra flavor 2 or 3 tablespoons of sugar. EASY CHEESY!!! = D
For what it is, this is a good recipe. Very quick, excellent soft and airy texture, but bland. In the future I would serve with jam. Maybe even slice and toast after baking like english muffins? If you're out of milk substitute 1 egg, 2 tbs butter, 1/3c water, dash of vanilla.
My husband really enjoyed these, and I thought they were okay.. I wasn't blown away, but they WERE really quick and simple. I followed the directions exactly, with the exception of using all-purpose flour and adding some baking powder and a little salt as per a previous reviewer's suggestion. :) We had a pot roast, used it to mop up the gravy. It made 6 biscuits.. They didn't brown, so I gave up after 20 minutes and used the broiler for a couple minutes. Worked well for slightly brown tops! Thanks for a simple recipe.. Next time, I'll add cheese and/or herbs!
I rated this 4 stars because they are super quick, and they are good. However, they should be called super quick dinner biscuits. When I think of a dinner roll, I think of bread, not biscuits.
These just did not go well for me. They were way to dense, and the outsides were crunchy. I added a dab of honey and some salt, but they were completely bland. Decent enough if you don't have time for a dough to rise.
Very good and worth a try! Substituted wheat pastry flour with no problems. My husband and boys inhaled them, glad I doubled the recipe
These were great. I added some garlic powder and Italian seasoning to the dry ingredients. Very moist without any fat. Thanks for posting.
These were OK, good if in a pinch, not the texture of rolls, more like biscuits.
Although this is definitely a biscuit and not a roll, it's a fantastic recipe and we will certainly make them again. It was completely unneccessary to put them in muffin tins, would have come out just as great by plopping it down on a greased cookie sheet. I made two batches, one plain and one with added italian seasoning/parm cheese and both were equally delicious. Very versatile and can be suited to any taste.
These were OK. Not great, but what do you expect from a recipe with 3 ingredients? My kids liked them. I added 1/2 tsp. garlic powder for a little kick. I will probably make again when I'm pressed for time. They were quick, that's for sure.
This recipe is good for dinner and making it look like I know what I`m doing in the kitchen.
really good. I add lots of shredded sharp cheese to zip them up. They aren't going to be my favorite biscuit or roll by any means, but they are a good easy addition to dinner when you need something fast. Thanks!
I must agree with everyone that this is an absolute hit!! I didn't have eggs but I wanted to make dinner rolls and voila!! (I also had to substitute the self-rising flour like almost everyone- helpful tip and thank you to those who mentioned that in their comments.) I made two batches because it tasted so good and added a bunch of herbs to it. The texture and flavor is so versatile- it can go anyway you want it! My brother was the most impressed! we are gonna put peanut butter and jelly in the middle! (he thinks; this is still a work in progress!) have fun with it!! :) -La Vonne R
These were super quick but I am giving it 3 stars b/c I had to had 1/2 tsp garlic powder to make them taste good...I found them a bit tasteless..I made them again with whole wheat flour instead and they were much better.
Everyone described these as biscuits and since I hate cleaning my muffin pan, I just made 4 large drop biscuits on a foil-lined cookie sheet. They peeled off beautifully, even after forgetting to grease it. I highly recommend skipping the muffin pan! I also did not have self-rising flour, so I used 1 tsp baking soda and 1/2 tsp of salt. Next time I'll skip the salt as it seemed too strong for my taste. Overall a super simple and tasty recipe - I'll definitely make again.
I didn't have any mayo or even eggs, so I subbed golden syrup (similar to honey). They were delicious. I will be making them regularly!
This recipe would have been too plain, no flavor had I not done some changing per the advice of others. I used regular flour, 1 1/2 tsps. baking powder, 1 tsp. salt to make my own self rising flour. I added 3/4 cup grated cheddar cheese, and about 1/4 tsp. each of dried oregano leaves and ground thyme. Next time I'll use more of the herbs. I put it in an 8x8 inch square cake pan. It filled about half of it. (Next time I'll double the recipe.) Baked at 375 degrees for 20 minutes. It turned out brown and was delicious. Quick and easy, too. My husband liked it. Next time, I'll try bacon crumbles in the batter for breakfast.
The problem with these muffins is that they are too easy and delicious! The recipe itself is open to many variations, too. We do not keep self-rising flour at our house, so I added 1 1/2 t. baking powder and 1/2 t. salt. I made these twice in one evening! The first batch, for dinner, had whole wheat flour instead of white flour, and I baked them in 6 muffin tins. My family loved them. The second batch, for a lunch carry-in at work, I tripled all ingredients and used 1/2 all-purpose flour and 1/2 whole wheat. Also to this batch I added a bit of dill, just for fun, but it vanished into the dough and cannot be tasted. I baked in 12 muffin cups, and had to bake it longer because of the size. But everyone at work loved them, too; and my only complaint is that my "nonstick" muffin tin was hard to clean. :) Next time I might add shredded cheese, garlic, more dill, other herbs, cinnamon, raisins, pecans, or something else--not because they need it, for these biscuit-muffins are perfect alone, especially hot. Rather it's because they lend themselves to addition.
These are awesome as is for breakfast. I also added garlic powder, Italian seasoning, and grated cheddar for dinner rolls. I just brush the tops with melted butter when I take them out of the oven. This way it tastes just like Red Lobster cheddar garlic biscuits. I think you could tweak this recipe in any number of ways. LOVE IT!
This recipe really helped in a pinch. Lighter than a biscuit, a bit muffin-like. I'd have given one more star if it had a TEENY bit more flavor. Of course, looking at the ingredients, what would one expect? My children loved them with butter and a bit of honey. Come to think of it, with it's light flavor, it can be used with many different toppings. Will make again, I'm sure.
WOW! QUICK & DELICIOUS
This recipe was super quick and pretty awesome. I made these with whole wheat flour for the additional fiber and other nutritional benefits. I added more milk due to this and they turned out really tasty, my husband wanted another, and he is very picky. They took about 20 minutes and I will probably add a little more mayo next time, just due to the whole wheat flour. Thanks for any easy recipe! Oh, and I did use the 1 1/2 tsp. baking powder and 1/2 tsp. salt sub.
I always have these ingredients on hand. Now I can add biscuits to a meal anytime I want. Thanks for the great recipe.
I decided I would try this recipe just because it's so simple. Well I really like this recipe, but as a biscuit instead of a dinner roll because it has the perfect biscuit texture. It comes out so light and fluffy! I will be using other recipes for dinner rolls, but this is my new biscuit recipe for sure!
I used Miracle Whip instead of mayo without realizing it. They probably could have been baked longer, but came out white and fluffy. My husband couldn't stop eating them!
I did the all purpose flour/Baking powder and salt thing as well. I also added caraway seeds to the recipe the first and second times I made this. The third time I added 2 minced garlic cloves, oregano, and cheddar cheese since I was out of bread for garlic bread and they were great with spaghetti. And last night I added just to try something new, some spaghetti sauce with the cheddar cheese, garlic and oregano! As you add the cheese and sauce you have to up the baking time by about ten minutes and I even upped the temp by 25 degrees but this is such a fun recipe to play with! Great plain but also great as a quick addition with other seasonings to any recipe! (Caraway seeds was with a chicken and potatoes recipe and the 'garlic bread' was for pasta) I'm gonna just keep using this recipe when I've decided at the last moment on a plan for dinner! Thanks for the recipe!
While there's nothing special about these they are super quick. They managed to be done in time to be enjoyed with dinner even though I started these after dinner was completed and everyone was about to sit down. Phew! With butter they are great and herbs would do a lot to help them but they were moist and everyone wanted more! :)
So wonderful and easy to make. These reminded me of a very light and fluffy biscuit.
They were quick to throw together, which is what I was looking for. I did have to add seasonings in and on top in order to improve the flavor.
Super easy, added a bit of sugar, taste real good.
Life-saver in a pinch. Bread tasted just fine...but as many others said, definitely a biscuit...not a dinner roll=) Still sopped up our beef tips and gravy just fine!!!
These were so easy, but mine turned out a bit like biscuits. I think it's because I used the low fat mayo. They were still very yummy and I'll make them again.
These rolls taste great, especially right out of the oven with some butter. They are not as attractive as the rolled kind, but who has time for that. Ready in minutes without all the dirty dishes.
I agree with the others, this has more of a biscuit consistency, but they were still really yummy. Very southern...I think they would be good with a big salad and fried chicken! Thanks for the easy recipe!
This was not to my linking.
My batter was not thin and these rolls came out more like a biscuit. i think i will try this with sausage gravy.
This is a super quick recipe! I was very satisfied - even surprised - with the way they turned out. I've made them twice this week and both times, there were none left over. Everyone liked them. These are great for last-minute pull-togethers! They tasted much like plain white bread rolls, but had more of a biscuit texture, which means you can do so much with them. I would recommend, if you want to jazz them up to go along with a hardy dinner, to add some garlic salt and shredded cheese on the top before baking. Or if you're looking for something sweet, try sprinkling a cinnamon/sugar mixture over the top before baking. But by themselves, these rolls proved to be a great find! I'll be using them often. Thanks for sharing!
Very heavy and gross
I thought these were great. I think the ease made me put the extra 5th star on the rating. Very fast. Great for someone who doesn't feel like spending FOREVER make rolls... very good.
Well, I still can't make rolls, no matter how easy. I didn't have self rising so I subbed ingredients as others have indicated. They were good, though. I served them with Bill's Sausage Gravy from this site. I'll try them again.
They were real good. Great texture and taste. We will definitely make again.
I just took a batch out of the oven and they are great! I followed the recipe exactly only doubled and brushed melted butter on top. They are a cross between rolls and biscuits and mine didn't quite look the same as the picture but they are fluffy and wonderful! On a side note I used Miracle Whip not real mayonnaise.
This is the craziest recipe ever. My husband, kids and our/their friends LOVE these things. They seem a little bland to me, but since my family wants to give them 5 stars, I'll go along. Add garlic, cheddar cheese or berries to transform these miracle muffins.
Wow- so easy and so good. I didn't have self-raising flour so I added the baking powder and salt. These do have more of a biscuit flavor and texture, but lighter.
These rolls were ok - but nothhing great. They were very easy though. Turned out kind of like biscuits. I'll probably try them again sometime when I'm in a pinch for last minute bread or when I'm in the mood for light biscuits. Maybe try adding some shredded cheese, garlic or savory herbs.
These were just okay to me. They turned out somewhat gummy - maybe it was the flour. I added some baking powder cuz I didn't have self rising...
So quick and easy!!! I love this recipe. They come out perfect everytime.
I followed a few suggestions for making self-rising dough from (flour, baking powder, and salt). I also threw in some garlic powder into the mix, sprinkled fresh rosemary on top of the rolls, which I'd set on a greased cookie sheet, and glazed with melted butter. In a convection oven, I baked for about 20 minutes, until the fork I used to test with came out of one of the rolls clean. They came out moist, flaky, and delicious! Thank you for the great base recipe!
These tasted just like flour. Not one of six people took more than one bite even after putting a generous amount of butter on them. The only positive thing I can say is they were quick.
Tasty and very easy. Can make them in such a short time - perfect for those times when you run out of bread!
These rolls were fast and easy. I felt like they were a little lackluster alone, but a good base recipe.
Great base for adding any seasoning to match your meal. Very moist, very easy, very fast. I substituted 1 cup flour + 1 1/2 tsp baking powder for self rising flour. No salt.
Delicious, fast, and easy! Definitely more biscuit like, but sure crowd-pleasers when looking for a bread dish to go with a meal. I made my own self-rise with the direction of others who posted here (1 cup flour, 1 1/2 tsp baking soda, and a pinch of sea salt) and they were great. I also had a three cheese seasoning blend to give them a bit more flavor. I also doubled the recipe and filled the entire 12-cupcake/muffin sheet. Can't wait to make them again!
For a quick roll, very good. Love the light and fluffyness of it. Needs a bit more flavor but that's easy to fix by tossing in a few spices.
Quick, easy and delcious. We loved these as is. They are definitely more like biscuits but can go with any meal. I know I will be making these again and again. Thank you!
What a great "go to" recipe when there's no bread in the house for dinner. I need to double this recipe for my family of four, though, they go fast! They're great with a pinch of dried rosemary!
These are good but I thought they were going to be rolls, and they are actually biscuits... I only had all-purpose flour so I added 1-1/2 tsp baking powder and 1/2 tsp salt. I mixed them up in a minute or two and threw them in the oven with the rest of Easter dinner, also I think this recipe as written could have made six instead of five. I didn't have any trouble getting them out of the pan but it was very well greased. Also good for breakfast the next day and would be great for biscuits and country gravy :)
Folks, don't look at the name, look at the recipe. No yeast means it's not a bread dough, which means IT'S NOT A DINNER ROLL. The closest thing to it is a muffin with no flavorings... it's not even a biscuit, because the fat isn't cut into the flour to create flakes. Knowing what I really made, and judging it on that basis, these are actually pretty good. They're really quick and very tender. I'd use them as a quick starch side if I didn't feel like making real bread, or rice or potatoes; they're good for mopping up thin sauces or gravy. I wouldn't try to scoop up a chunky marinara with this, though; it would collapse and break under the weight.
I absolutely adore these rolls!! So far, we use it with all our soups and stews... and my hubby makes them just because.. lol..
Ly family loved this recipe. There was not a single crumb left. I did not put batter in a muffin pan. I did, however, spoon them on a greased cokie sheet and they came out just as well!
Great basic idea... I added lots of veggies that I had that needed to be used, as well as a little Tabasco, garlic powder, Natures Season, and Italian Seasoning to spice things up. Like other reviews had said, it was a bit bland before.
I make these about 2x a week---great quick bread with just about any dinner--really good with pot roast and stews because the consistency holds up better than rolls. Thanks!!
My husband loves homemade bread of any sort, I cannot make anything that requires yeast! For some reason it NEVER works! I was so excited to try this recipe!! I didn't have any self rising flour so I used SPUDUGAN's advice of the baking powder & salt! My husband LOVED them!!! I am making more as I type!! Thanks so much!
These rolls were so easy to make, and they taste very soft and moist. Thanks a bunch!
These were incredible! I love the biscuit texture! I made two batches. I used up all of my milk on the first batch, so I tried the second batch with water to replace the milk. I found out that I had to add about seven minutes to the baking time. Excellent recipe!
I did as other reviewers suggested in subbing 1 cup all-purpose flour, 1 heaping tablespoon of baking powder and 1/2 teaspoon of salt. Otherwise I left the recipe as is and baked for about 17-18 minutes. They came out fluffy and moist on the inside though they didn't brown much on top. With butter and jam or honey they were delicious - and SO EASY!
Definitely more biscuit-like than dinner rolls, but I liked them. Reminded me of the KFC biscuits. Will make again but maybe play around with the recipe and add different spices.
I love these! I tripled the recipe and it made a baker's dozen. I figured these would be great and they were! With sunny-side up eggs, these made a fabulous meal my hubby and kids loved! There are 11 of us and everyone wanted 2nds so next time I will have to make multiple triple batches. I used a pampered chef muffin pan and one corelle wear tea cup to bake these in, and both methods were great. One note though, they did take about 10 minutes longer to bake than stated but that could simply be an oven difference. Thanks!
So easy, so moist, so yummy! These rolls get extra points for being so versatile, too-- they might be a little boring for some tastes to start, but the possibilities for customization are endless. A regular in our house.
This is like my all time favorite recipe. A golden find on this website. The recipe is so versatile. I add sugar sometimes, spices. Depending on what I am serving these with. This is quicker than buying dinner rolls and popping them in the oven. Thanks so much for sharing.
I also used all purpose flour, 1 1/2 cups, 2 1/4 bp, & 3/4 salt, I used sour cream instead of mayo and added 2 tsps of sugar. (8 rolls) very good!
Very tasty! I was nervous trying this, but so glad I did. I am allergic to yeast, so I had to learn to make do without regular bread. This is a fabulous alternative. Yes, a bit more like a biscuit, but you could still spice these up and serve them as a dinner roll without any problems. Thank you so much!
I put a different spice in each roll and it was good! These taste very good with oregano in them. Cayanne pepper gives these rolls a kick.
I didn't care for this recipe.
These little rolls were awesome! Very moist and tasty. I listened to other reviewers when they said they were a bit bland tasting (I could see that if I didn't add anything extra) so added 1/4 tsp. rosemary. Delicious!
the perfect "in a pickle" recipe for dinner rolls. they were a little dense, but it was expected because of the lack of yeast. I did follow the betty crockers substitute for the flour. All in all - i'll use it again and thank you, Betty!
Quick & Simple!! :-) To make self rising flour: 1 cup flour, 1 1/2 tsp baking powder, 1/2 tsp salt. I used butter & not mayonnaise, Im out of mayo for some reason & its my favorite condiment. I substituted butter & it turned out great but a little salty, I have to try it with mayo too though. I'm making more now, minus the salt & dont forget to roll them or they turn out clumpy, there is no scooping involved.
I used this recipe because I ran out of yeast to make my regular rolls. They were pretty good. Really simple and easy, we ate them with butter and honey. I don't think I'll make them as dinner rolls again though. But they'd be great with sausage gravy for breakfast. Thanks for the recipe.
i made these for my daughter one day for a snack, except no one in my house can tolerate real dairy so i used vanilla soy milk, whole wheat flour, and baking powder, and 2 T apple sauce and when they were done put some all fruit jelly and they were the perfect healthy snack. for everyone that says there too bland its bread people what did you expect?
These were a great fast rolls recipe. Doubled the recipe and didn't have self rising flour so I used 2 cups all purpose flour with a tablespoon of baking powder and 1/8 tsp of salt. I also added 2 tablespoons sugar to the recipe. The family absolutely loved these and couldn't believe this was a "quick" recipe. Definitely something we'll have again - delicious!
Five stars for Quick, Easy and Moist rolls! So soft!! I added 1/2c white and 1/2 wheat (not the self rising) (I made my own and used the 1c flour and 1 1/2 tsp baking powder and 1/2 tsp salt) I also tried the mayo for one batch and then Extra Virgin Olive oil for another (2tbs) and they came out great too. I will make these again and again. You can really spice them up with italian herbs and cheese or you can throw a dash of sugar in there and then use a fruit spread on top! YUMMY!
This recipe is a lifesaver!!! It is a biscuit in my opinion. I doubled the recipe and since I didnt have self-rising flour I added 1 tsp. salt and 3 tsp. baking powder. We had the biscuits with bacon and eggs. Next time I would add some grated cheese and garlic powder. This recipe is a keeper for a super quick biscuit. A great recipe for kids too!!!
Unbelievably tasty! Easy to make. I melt butter on them and they are just fabulous! My husband loves them and will ask for them if I dont fix them often. Kudos!
These weren't the best rolls I ever had and i'm a bread girl. Because I was having friends over and forgot to pick up some rolls I tried this quick recipe and they were indeed quick and easy. The taste equaled the effort. I poured melted butter and honey on top before removing from muffin pan.
This was a fantastic recipe. It was fast and easy. I made my own self-rising flour and they were still great. Thanks a bunch for sharing this!!
I forced myself to make these with mayo, as I am repelled by the idea of cooking with mayo- but they were good. Quick and easy and versatile. These came in handy when dinner was ready and I realized I had no bread to serve. By the time we sat at the table and passed the dishes around the oven was beeping with fresh bread rolls. :) I'm never sure what to call them, though. They are kinda biscuit like. I scoop them with an ice cream scoop into mounds on a baking sheet. Good with shredded cheese. EXCELLENT SUBSTITUTE FOR BISQUICK if you are like me and don't buy boxed food. ( I also made my own SRFlour) * if you don't want to use mayo, you can sub an egg and get a tender, dumpling-style roll.
I increased recipe to 12 and it came out perfect. I was impressed with the moistness and how easy it was to make them.
Great recipe and so quick and simple. Took another's advice and used ranch instead of mayo, also added 1 tsp garlic powder. They were a big hit.
I'm glad I stumbled upon this. I was looking for a quick dinner roll and whipped this up lightning-fast...it wasn't quite suitable for dinner, but it makes for an excellent breakfast biscuit! Thanks for the recipe!
Okay, if you are expecting traditional rolls, you will be disappointed. BUT! if you are looking for the best biscuit recipe ever...this is it! These are light & fluffy but still have the body of a true biscuit. I have made with self rising flour, and flour with baking powder added. It is worth picking up some self rising flour, it eliminates the baking powder aftertaste. I use the larger muffin cups and adjust baking time to a little over 20 minutes. Watch carefully as the tops do not get the "deep brown" color you would find with others. I throw these together, (it is that quick) to serve with stews, creamy or potato soups, and OMG try them on a Sunday morning with "Bill's Sausage Gravy" from this site. Pure heaven. I double the recipe and get 5-6 larger biscuits, maybe 10 in the standard cupcake pan. One last note..most recipes are good for the day you bake them, these hold the same moistness for 2 days of use, no kidding:)