I laid out the buns in a greased 9 x 13 glass pan, let them rise and then baked them next to the rolls.
I brushed them with melted butter as they were turning golden brown. They cooled off on the cooling rack. 6 rolls were sent to the freezer and 6 buns were sliced for dinner! My eldest ate 2 buns (remember poor kid has been deprived of bread lately!).
How were they? This was hubby’s remark at dinner…”You made these? I would have thought they were from Trader Joe’s had you not told me!!!” What a compliment! I’ll take it! The perfect bun to go with pulled pork, burger, sloppy joes, pizza boats!
- 1 cup water
- 1 T oil ($.05)
- 1 t salt ($.01)
- 2 T rice milk ($.02)
- 3 cups flour (I used white as I was all out of wheat ($.30) 1 cup flour = $.10
- 1 package yeast ($.45)
- 1 t sugar ($.03)
- 1 T butter, melted ($.10)
- Make dough in bread machine
- Knead and add flour as necessary. Shape into bun sizes and place on greased 9 x 13 glass pan. Place roll dough into ginat muffin tin. Let rise an hour in warm (not on!) oven. Take them out. Turn oven onto 350. Once preheated, put rolls and buns in. Bake 20-25 minutes, until slightly golden on top. Remove buns, brish with melted butter. Put back in oven for 2 minutes. Remove and let cool on cooling rack. Eat, slice, freeze, enjoy!
These buns/rolls will cover 2 meals!!!
Happy Bread Making!