Cloverleaf Rolls

Cloverleaf rolls are baked in a muffin tin so the three balls of dough bake together to look a bit like a clover. This is another recipe that requires that you already have a basic dough recipe that is tried and true. I suppose if you don’t have one, you could make due with store-bought … Continue reading

Cinnamon Rolls

I have never made cinnamon rolls myself – the store-bought ones in the blue can are about as much as I’ve done – probably because I don’t really love them and can live without them. The process here doesn’t seem difficult, but like with bread recipes, it requires time. That seems to be something a … Continue reading

Caraway Puffs (Rolls)

Caraway seeds are the thumbnail-shaped seeds you find in some breads, and have an aromatic flavor. They are most commonly used in rye bread to add that distinctive flavor to a nice loaf (and paired with pastrami, oh yum). Caraway is considered a savory seasoning in cooking, and can be used with pork dishes, added … Continue reading

Butterscotch Pecan Rolls

This looks like one of those recipes you need a little more information for – like the recipe for cinnamon rolls. If you have a good recipe you like, you might give this topping a try. It sounds delicious. Note that the recipe is somewhat inverted – read the whole thing through, then you will … Continue reading

Squash Rolls / Apple Muffins

This might seem like a strange combination – squash rolls and apple muffins. I think these were recipes jotted in a small notebook for the cook to keep handy. The recipe on the back is Pancakes (My Recipe). Perhaps these were popular recipes in this family. There is very limited instruction, probably because the cook … Continue reading