Honey Bread Rolls

I’ve been a little obsessed with making bread lately. Fresh baked bread is so delicious and makes the house smell so good. I only wish it wasn’t such a pain to make. I hate having to wait for the dough to proof.


Anyway, this weekend I tried out these honey rolls I found on The Pastry Affair. I love honey and these sweet rolls just looked so tender and inviting.

The dough portion is actually really easy to make. But then you do have to let the dough proof for two hours, and then rest for another 20 minutes after you shape them into rolls.

The end result was delicious. I will definitely have to make these again. I could barely wait for these rolls to cool before breaking one open as soon as I took them out of the oven. The rolls is soft, tender, and just a little bit sweet.

I followed the recipe for the most part. I reduced the honey slightly and instead of kneading by hand, I used my stand mixer with the dough hook attachment which was a lot easier and the dough was ready before 8 minutes. You can view the full recipe here.

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10 comments on “Honey Bread Rolls”

  1. Such lovely pictures! And I feel the same way about the waiting time involved making bread!

    • I think I need to check out a few more recipes from the Five Minutes a Day for Artisan bread book. But the few that I didn’t really wow me like breads that require the kneading and proofing.

  2. These turned out just perfect. Your photos are gorgeous!

  3. this bread looks great.
    i love bread with a hint of honey… especially soft ones!!
    yummy recipe

  4. Great pictures, these look so delicious! I’m definitely going to have to try making these, although I would probably eat the whole batch all by myself.

    Saw these on foodgawker and look forward to exploring your blog!

  5. Your site is fantastic! I will definitely be trying out this recipe Thanks for posting

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