Texas Roadhouse Rolls

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  • If you are like me, you may have very little self-control when it comes to rolls. These Texas Roadhouse Rolls are no exception.

    Even if you have never had Texas Roadhouse Rolls, you'll love these soft, pillow-like, buttery sweet dinner rolls. They are super easy to make! #texasroadhouserolls #dinnerrolls www.savoryexperiments.com

    These CopyCat Texas Roadhouse Rolls are PERFECT, sweet and fluffy… My family ate the whole batch in one sitting.

    If you have never had Texas Roadhouse Rolls, you are doing yourself a disservice. They are wonderfully pillow-like, buttery, sweet dinner rolls.

    They are, in fact, the only reason I dine out at Texas Roadhouse. Well, that and the Whipped Cinnamon Honey Butter they serve them with. Now you can make both at home!

    Even if you have never had Texas Roadhouse Rolls, you'll love these soft, pillow-like, buttery sweet dinner rolls. They are super easy to make! #texasroadhouserolls #dinnerrolls www.savoryexperiments.com

    I have made Texas Roadhouse Rolls several times, but I’m always so excited to chow down that I have failed to take photos. I always kick myself because I want to share them with you.

    This was probably just an excuse to get that first bite, but what can you do? This time, I was able to snap a few pictures.

    Bread can be intimidating to make at home, but rest assured, they are much easier than they seem. Even more so if you have a stand mixer because it can do most of the kneading for you.

    Why scald milk?  The whey aka protein in milk can weaken gluten (the chewy part) and prevent the dough from rising properly.  Scalding the milk deactivates the protein so this doesn’t happen.

    Even if you have never had Texas Roadhouse Rolls, you'll love these soft, pillow-like, buttery sweet dinner rolls. They are super easy to make! #texasroadhouserolls #dinnerrolls www.savoryexperiments.com

    Scalding the milk also intensifies the overall flavor of the bread.  Skipping this step could result in your bread not rising properly or not achieving the proper flavor.

    Keep that tidbit of information in your pocket for your next trivia night!

    Texas Roadhouse Rolls freeze well so you can save them for later. They aren’t just perfect for the dinner table either. They make breakfast bread and sandwich bread for lunch.

    Looking for a rich dessert? Look nor further. Heat them up and top with butter and honey. *Swoon*

    If you loved these Texas Roadhouse Rolls, check out some of my other CopyCat restaurant recipes:

    Even if you have never had Texas Roadhouse Rolls, you'll love these soft, pillow-like, buttery sweet dinner rolls. They are super easy to make! #texasroadhouserolls #dinnerrolls www.savoryexperiments.com

    4.24 from 38 votes
    Even if you have never had Texas Roadhouse Rolls, you'll love these soft, pillow-like, buttery sweet dinner rolls. They are super easy to make! #texasroadhouserolls #dinnerrolls www.savoryexperiments.com
    Texas Roadhouse Rolls
    Prep Time
    2 hrs
    Cook Time
    15 mins
    Total Time
    2 hrs 15 mins
     
    Even if you have never had Texas Roadhouse Rolls, you'll love these soft, pillow-like, buttery sweet dinner rolls.
    Course: Appetizer, Side Dish
    Cuisine: American
    Servings: 24
    Calories: 225 kcal
    Author: Jessica Formicola
    Ingredients
    • 1 package active dry yeast
    • 1/2 cup warm water not over 100 degrees
    • 2 cups whole milk
    • 6 tablespoons butter melted and divided
    • 1/4 cup plus 1 tablespoon sugar divided
    • 7 1/2-8 cups flour
    • 2 eggs lightly whisked
    • 2 teaspoons salt
    • 3/4 cup honey
    • Cinnamon Honey Butter
    Instructions
    1. Place milk in a small saucepan over medium heat. Bring to a low boil and remove from heat immediately, scalding the milk. Allow to cool to room temperature.
    2. Melt the butter in the microwave, set aside. In a stand mixer with the bread hook attachment, combine yeast, warm water, and 1 tablespoon sugar. Let yeast bloom until foamy and fragrant.

    3. Add remaining sugar, honey, scalded milk, and half of the flour to the yeast mixture. Beat together for two minutes. Add 3 tablespoons melted butter, eggs, and salt. Continue to knead, slowly adding remaining flour until mixture is fully blended, slightly sticky and starts to pull away from the sides of the bowl. Knead for an additional 5-8 minutes.
    4. Lightly coat a large mixing bowl with cooking spray. Turn bread mixture into the bowl. turning once to cover with cooking spray. Cover with a moist towel in a warm draft-free place for 1 hour.

    5. After one hour, bread should have doubled in size. Punch down and turn out onto a very lightly floured rolling surface.
    6. Roll dough to 1/2 inch thick rectangle. Fold over in half, on top of itself, Roll again, fold one more time.
    7. Cut dough into 2x2 inch squares, transferring to a lightly coated baking sheet. Cover cut dough with a moistened towel and allow to rise for 30 minutes.
    8. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Bake for 12-15 minutes, or until tops are very lightly browned. Remove and immediately baste with remaining 3 tablespoons of melted butter. Serve hot. Texas Roadhouse Rolls can be stored at room temperature in an airtight plastic bag.

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    Nutrition Facts
    Texas Roadhouse Rolls
    Amount Per Serving
    Calories 225 Calories from Fat 36
    % Daily Value*
    Total Fat 4g 6%
    Saturated Fat 2g 10%
    Cholesterol 23mg 8%
    Sodium 234mg 10%
    Potassium 79mg 2%
    Total Carbohydrates 41g 14%
    Dietary Fiber 1g 4%
    Sugars 11g
    Protein 5g 10%
    Vitamin A 2.8%
    Vitamin C 0.1%
    Calcium 3.2%
    Iron 10.7%
    * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

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