Elizabeth A.S. Brooke

Crafting, traveling and everything in between.

And here are the rolls

Clover leaf rolls


These are a basic butter-dipped dinner roll in a clover leaf shape. I make this recipe all the time, but this is the first time I’ve made this shape. I thought I’d get all fancy for the holiday.

These were fun to make. You cut the dough into 18 pieces. Each piece is then cut and rolled into 3 rolls. You drop the rolls (made of 3 balls each) into greased muffin tins, coat them with butter and let them rise. Before placing them in the oven, coat them with some more butter.

Some of the rolls didn’t hold together so there are a few bite-sized rolls. I’ve already eaten a few, which means there aren’t exactly 18 rolls anymore. There should still be plenty for tomorrow.

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