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Overnight Refrigerator Rolls — 42 Comments

  1. after you make the balls of dough you can also freeze them on the pan and then place them in zip lock bags. When you are just needing a few at a time. take out put on your pan of choice and then let it defrost and rise then bake as usual. My mom does this all the time sense it is just her at home now and sometimes she wants a few fresh rolls for dinner or for a few of her and her friends and does not want a whole pan.

  2. Years ago I found a recipe similar to this. The recipe stated you could keep this recipe in the fridge up to a week and tear off a little at a time and bake. I haven’t been able to find it for years. I hope this is it..

  3. In the past, l used a favorite Betty Crocker recipe, but it wasn’t working very well for me, the last few years. So this Thanksgiving, one of my granddaughters made the “old” recipe and the “new” recipe. The clear winner was Sheryl’s Overnight Refrigerator Rolls. I made a batch of dough tonight and can’t wait to make cloverleaf rolls tomorrow night!

  4. Dear Lady Behind th Curtain,

    Come on out from behind that curtain. Best recipe I have ever used. I make bread overnight! Yeah. Love the taste too! This is easy and good. Thank you.

  5. Made these with 2 cups white whole wheat flour & 2 cups AP on dough cycle in bread machine, an egg white wash so that “everything bagel” topping would stick, and everyone at my dinner party LOVED them. It required a longer second rise though.

  6. Once I put the rolls in the pan, how long can I wait to bake? I want to prepare before dinner as early as possible so I can cook my other food for Thanksgiving?

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