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Honey Wheat Rolls

February 8, 2013

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Honey Wheat Rolls

Preheat oven to 170 degrees.

2 cups wheat flour

2 cups white flour, divided

1/4 cup honey

Into the bowl of your stand mixer, place 2 cups wheat flour, 1 cup white flour and 1/4 cup honey.

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3/4 cup hot milk

3/4 cup hot water

1 tsp. salt

6 T. butter, softened

Heat 3/4 cup milk in the microwave for 2 minutes. Add to the flour mixture.

Add 3/4 cup hot water.  (Water should be hot to the touch, but not so hot that it burns your hand.)

Add 1 tsp. salt and 6 T. softened butter.

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Turn mixer to low-speed and allow the ingredients to blend together for about 1 minute.

1 T yeast

Add 1 T. yeast.  Mix for about 30 seconds.

While the machine is mixing, add 1 more cup of white flour.  Allow the dough to mix for another minute or so.  The dough should start to pull away from the sides of the bowl  This is an indication that you have enough flour.  If the dough remains stuck to the sides of the bowl, sprinkle a bit more flour (up to 1/2 cup) into the bowl.  Once you have the correct amount of flour added, turn the mixer to medium speed and let the dough mix for 5 minutes.

While dough is mixing, coat the sides and bottom of a 9 x 13 pan with butter.

Using scissors, cut the dough into 15 equal pieces.  Roll each piece into a ball.  I do this by pulling the dough up and snipping off a piece, placing it in the pan.  After making sure that all the pieces are pretty equal in size, roll them into a ball on your counter.

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Cover rolls with plastic wrap and place in warm oven for 20 – 30 minutes, or until doubled in size.

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Turn your oven up to 350 degrees, leaving the rolls in the oven as the oven heats up.

Once it is up to 350 degrees, start timing.  Cook for about 13- 15 minutes.

Remove the pan from the oven and let them rest for about 10 minutes and then brush them with butter.

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Serve and enjoy!

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Weight Watchers:  4.7 PointsPlus per roll

Recipe Source: Jamie Cooks It Up

FULL RECIPE WITHOUT PICTURES —

HONEY WHEAT ROLLS

2 cups wheat flour

2 cups white flour, divided

1/4 cup honey

3/4 cup hot milk

3/4 cup hot water

1 tsp. salt

6 T. butter, softened

1 T yeast

Preheat oven to 170 degrees.

Into the bowl of your stand mixer, place 2 cups wheat flour, 1 cup white flour and 1/4 cup honey.

Heat 3/4 cup milk in the microwave for 2 minutes. Add to the flour mixture.

Add 3/4 cup hot water.  (Water should be hot to the touch, but not so hot that it burns your hand.)

Add 1 tsp. salt and 6 T. softened butter.

Turn mixer to low-speed and allow the ingredients to blend together for about 1 minute.

Add 1 T. yeast.  Mix for about 30 seconds.

While the machine is mixing, add 1 more cup of white flour.  Allow the dough to mix for another minute or so.  The dough should start to pull away from the sides of the bowl  This is an indication that you have enough flour.  If the dough remains stuck to the sides of the bowl, sprinkle a bit more flour (up to 1/2 cup) into the bowl.  Once you have the correct amount of flour added, turn the mixer to medium speed and let the dough mix for 5 minutes.

While dough is mixing, coat the sides and bottom of a 9 x 13 pan with butter.

Using scissors, cut the dough into 15 equal pieces.  Roll each piece into a ball.  I do this by pulling the dough up and snipping off a piece, placing it in the pan.  After making sure that all the pieces are pretty equal in size, roll them into a ball on your counter.

Cover rolls with plastic wrap and place in warm oven for 20 – 30 minutes, or until doubled in size.

Turn your oven up to 350 degrees, leaving the rolls in the oven as the oven heats up.

Once it is up to 350 degrees, start timing.  Cook for about 13- 15 minutes.

Remove the pan from the oven and let them rest for about 10 minutes and then brush them with butter.

Serve and enjoy!

Weight Watchers:  4.7 PointsPlus per roll

Recipe Source: Jamie Cooks It Up

3 Comments leave one →
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  2. Charlene LaBonte permalink
    October 24, 2013 11:01 am

    Do you use the kneading hook on your mixer?

    • November 20, 2013 3:48 pm

      Sorry – I didn’t take very good pictures of this recipe. I usually mix the ingredients with the paddle, up to the point where you add the flour and then I change to the hook. Check out the pictures on the recipe for Texas Roadhouse Rolls. I used the paddle up to the point where half the flour was added and then switched to the hook. I find that the ingredients mix up better with the paddle but the hook is best for the kneading portion of making bread. If you haven’t tried the Texas recipe, please do. It makes some very delicious rolls.

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