Yield: 1 Servings
I make brown and serve rolls all the time just let rise and bake 20 minutes at 250 DO NOT brown rolls let cool they will be slightly tacky on top take out of pan let cool compeletly on a rack they will keep up to 7 days in the fridge and 3 months in the freezer. wrap in foil put in plastic bag. to bake let thaw at room temp then bake for 8 minutes at 350 till golden brown. This is a great way to make stuuf ahead when having Easter, Thanksgiving or Christmas or any other large dinner. I made cinnamon rolls the other day and just let the machine (DAK TurboII) do the manual cycle and when done I rolled them out and sliced them as usual and put them into 9" pie pans. I froze them without letting them rise any further. Before I went to bed one night I took a pan out of the freezer and put on the counter. When I got up the next morning I popped them in the oven. They were just as good as if I had done it the normal way. I would think dinner rolls would work the same if you had time to let them thaw. The other reply about making them into "brown and serve" rolls sounds good, too.