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I have a confession to make today. . .I ate a dinner roll a few minutes ago. :laugh_tb:
There’s a baby shower at church tonight, so I’m making the rolls for the meal. I decided on cloverleaf rolls because they look nice and they’re easy to break into smaller pieces.
When I pulled the first batch out of the oven, some of the rolls didn’t look done, so I decided to sample one. Now THAT was a hard decision! Yes, I’m well aware that sounds like an excuse! :rolleyes_tb: Honestly though, I didn’t want to take them to church and discover there that they weren’t baked all the way through. What I probably should have done was break the roll apart to see if it was done and then give it to Little man, but I ate some too.
Oh wow. . .it was SO good! I try to be careful how much bread and carbohydrates that we consume, and it’s been a while since I’ve eaten homemade white bread. Usually I try to make wheat or multigrain bread instead.
The recipe I used is here. There’s nothing fancy about it; it just tastes good and is super easy. . .a bonus when you’re wanting to make 60+ rolls.
I suppose this means I need to pass on the rolls tonight at the shower, but that’s ok. I got to have a roll fresh out of the oven, and I enjoyed every single bite of it!
Well, it’s time I got off the computer and got back to work – I have more rolls to make and a mother’s bracelet to finish. How could I pass up an opportunity for a new bracelet design? I needed a gift for tonight, lol!