Easy Yeast Dinner Rolls
A Cast Iron Skillet Recipe
Hi Sweet Friends,
These are the easiest yeast dinner rolls you’ll ever make…especially if you have a food processor. The dough literally comes together in one minute. But don’t worry, you can also make these in an electric mixer with a dough hook—or even by hand!
Bake them in a cast iron skillet for extra crispiness around the edges…but they also come out great on a baking sheet. Either way, they are buttery, pillow-soft bites of deliciousness!
Watch this YouTube video as I walk you through the step-by-step process of making Easy Yeast Dinner Rolls – Cast Iron Skillet Recipe.
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