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Saturday, November 7, 2009

Butterhorn Rolls

These homemade crescent rolls are a family favorite!
Recipe
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1 1/2 c milk
1 c butter
1/2 c sugar
Place these in large glass measuring cup, microwave 1 minute.
Pour warm mixture into electric mixer bowl and add....
3 eggs
1 t salt
1 pkg yeast
5 1/2 c flour (gradually as mixer is running)
Cover with damp towel and let rise until doubled.
Punch down. Oil top and cover with plastic wrap.
Refrigerate overnight.
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Divide into 4 balls. Roll each into a circle.
Brush with softenend butter (2T each circle).
Cut each circle into 16 wedges. I use a pizza wheel.
Roll into crescents, starting at the wide end.
Rise on cookie sheets 2 hours, lightly covered.
Bake 350 until golden, 10-12 minutes.
Brush with melted butter (optional)

24 comments:

  1. Yes, I'll have one... or five or six. Man oh man my mouth is watering!

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  2. Oh, my these look good and sound very easy .... will give them a try ...mmmmmmmhhh

    thanks for sharing

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  4. These sound almost just like my rolls...which are really Victoria's rolls.

    YUM YUM

    Have you ever used duck eggs in baking. Divine.

    I'm telling you.

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  5. Oh my, Betsy.... I'm drooling...

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  6. oh yum, I know what I'm doing tomorrow..jj

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  7. these look perfect Betsy. wow!

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  8. Now, this I can make.;)
    Love the picture of the castle and the quote on your sidebar.
    Hope you and your five men are having a great weekend,
    xo

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  9. oh i wish i would have had breakfast...that puddle at my feet, its drool...

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  10. I can just smell them baking!!! can't wait to try these, hope mine are half as pretty as yours.....

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  11. These are a staple at our home as well! Mmmmmm I can smell them from here!

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  12. They look and sound great, but if you painted them gray, they could be used as little alien larve in a movie!

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  13. Carolyn ~ no, I've never baked with a duck egg or eaten one ever!

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  14. Otin ~ ha-ha...you're right! Now I'm going to think of that every time I bake them.

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  15. Betsy, these looks so delicious!

    Everything you cook looks great but these rolls, my goodness. Thank you for sharing the recipe. Fresh baked bread is heavenly:-)

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  16. These look divine. Thank you for the recipe. I can't wait to sink my teeth into one.

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  17. You beast. I am really struggling with my diet at the moment. It is Sunday morning. I am hungry. I can almost smell those rolls.

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  18. Little pillows of softness - delicious!

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  19. My mouth is watering! Are there any left for me?

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  20. Wow! Those look delicious.... and IMPRESSIVE!

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  21. Dough is in the fridge and later on in the day I will finish baking them ....I also will try to have some of them filled with some chocolate ......I will let you know, how thy came out and what my guinea pigs said....
    thanks again for sharing

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