A basket of these freshly baked Easy Yeast Rolls would be the
perfect addition to your Thanksgiving table!
What are the recipes that remind you of childhood? Did Mom make a delicious meatloaf? Or maybe the recipe for Grandma’s chocolate chip cookies is a highly guarded family secret. For me, these Easy Yeast Rolls rank pretty high up there on the list of childhood memories.
I know it’s probably a bit strange that yeast rolls remind me of my younger years, but I grew up in a Southern kitchen. My mom was always baking something delicious. Usually it was a chocolate cake or some other tasty dessert, but these yeast rolls also made a frequent appearance on our dinner table. A basket of these warm biscuits/rolls was always the perfect addition to the Easter or Thanksgiving dinner table.
Not only are these Yeast Rolls delicious, but they are perfect for leftovers later in the day. Leftover Thanksgiving turkey sandwiches on these yeast rolls is where the party’s at.
These Easy Yeast Rolls are, well, really easy to make. If you usually avoid recipes with yeast, don’t skip this one! It’s possibly one of the easiest yeast recipes you’ll ever come across. The rolls are light and airy, and I can promise that your family will love ’em! And an added bonus? The dough is actually made the day before and then it rests in the fridge overnight. That means you can focus on more important things and still have delicious homemade rolls on your dinner table!
I will warn you that these Easy Yeast Rolls don’t have a terribly long shelf life though. I find that they dry out after about 2-3 days…but then again, it’s pretty rare that I still have any left after the first day! These rolls are seriously addicting…and I challenge you to only eat one. I can’t do it.
Are you ready for Thanksgiving? Have you got all of your recipes planned out yet? I’m still working on my Turkey Day menu, and I’m certainly going to draw some inspiration from my fellow dude food bloggers. If you aren’t following these guys, then you totally need to start! Check out their posts below for some Thanksgiving inspiration. #WolfpackThanksgiving
- Chris @ Shared Appetite: Acorn Squash Crostini with Ricotta, Bacon and Fried Sage
- Sean @ Snack Fixation: Candied Pecan Pie Muffin Bites
- Mike @ The Iron You: Sweet Potato Pie Waffles
- Matt @ Real food by Dad: Butternut Squash Stuffing