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Joanna Gaines Dinner Rolls Recipes
When it comes to cooking, Joanna Gaines has a reputation for excellence. From her biscuits with a secret ingredient to fresh banana bread and zesty lemon bars, her recipes are brimming with scrumptiousness.
She’s also got a knack for putting her own personal touch on classic recipes. In fact, she’s such a pro that she’s written an entire cookbook dedicated to her recipes!
Here, we’ve rounded up a few of her most popular recipes that are sure to please your family. These are all simple to make, easy to prepare and they’re guaranteed to have you tucking into delicious treats at every meal!
Cinnamon Buns & Pancakes (Surprisingly Easy!)
These cinnamon rolls are quick to make, requiring just an hour of total rising time. They’re a great addition to any breakfast, lunch or dinner, and you can even freeze some for later.
These knotted dough balls are perfect for those who want to try their hand at making some home-baked garlicky goodness, but don’t have much of a bread dough background or a whole lot of time to spend kneading the thing. The recipe starts with a classic enriched dough made with warm milk, yeast and flour.
It’s then left to rise in a warm place for an hour, giving you just enough time to prepare the filling and the lemon glaze before baking them in the oven.
Once they’re done, brush them with melted butter and sprinkle on some garlic salt. If you’re going to freeze them, it’s best to let them cool for a few minutes before placing them in a freezer bag.
If you’re not a fan of garlic, they’re also great as regular cinnamon rolls or filled with a sweet and fruity filling! You can use store-bought blueberry jam, or you can try your hand at a quick homemade version.
When it’s all said and done, these rolls are a classic that you’ll definitely want to add to your repertoire!
These dinner rolls are the kind of thing that will keep you coming back for more. They’re soft and squishy with a wonderful savory flavor, and the perfect complement to any meal!
This is a quick and easy roll recipe that you can make in your sleep. It only requires an hour of total rising time, which makes them a fantastic option for those who aren’t a morning person.
This cheesy and buttery dinner roll is a favorite of many in our household, and it’s also a wonderful treat to have on hand during the holidays! You can even freeze these in Ziploc bags and enjoy them as needed throughout the week.