Easy Homemade Swerve Dinner Rolls Recipe

Homemade Swerve Dinner Rolls on a plate ready to eat.
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The view inside of the bread maker before it begins mixing the homemade Swerve Dinner Rolls recipe.

  1. Add the ingredients, in the order listed to the bread machine pan or bowl if you are making the rolls by hand. If you are making them by hand, add a little of the flour at a time and stir or mix to combine it. Otherwise it will be hard to mix the ingredients together.
  2. Select the dough cycle on the bread machine.  Homemade Swerve Dinner Roll recipe being mixed inside a bread maker.
  3. When the bread machine stops the first time, about half an hour into the process, shut the machine off and remove the dough. If you are making the dough by hand, use a mixer or spoon to combine the ingredients.
  4. Keep your hands lightly floured as you work with the dough so it does not stick to your hands. Roll the dough into small balls. I get 12 to 15 rolls from this recipe.  Homemade Swerve Dinner Rolls on a cookie sheet ready to bake.
  5. Place each ball on a lightly greased cookie sheet. I like using the insulated cookie sheets because the bottom of the biscuits turn out much nicer.
  6. Once all the dough is made into balls and put on the cookie sheet, cover the dough balls with paper towels.
  7. Sit the cookie sheet in a warm place for about an hour or until the dough balls have doubled in size. My house is cold in the winter, so I sit the pan on top of a warm stove top or on a heating mat that I keep just for this use. I use the heating mat on medium heat.
  8. Bake for 12 to 15 minutes in a 375 degree F oven.  Homemade Swerve Dinner Rolls on a cookie sheet done baking.
  9. The tops of the dinner rolls turn a nice brown when they are done.
  10. Remove them from the oven once they are done.
  11. Brush the tops of the dinner rolls with melted butter.
  12. Serve warm.


Note: Frozen eggs do take several days to thaw in the refrigerator!

Time Saving Tip: One thing that I have done in the past is combine all the dry ingredients minus the yeast and put them into a plastic freezer bag. I then label this bag and freeze it. When I get ready to bake dinner rolls, I remove the bag from the freezer, bring it to room temperature, put the water, egg and butter in the bread machine, dump the flour mixture on top and add the yeast. It does save some time and you know you already have everything you need to make a batch of homemade dinner rolls. You can also freeze fresh eggs, put them in a smaller baggie and place that baggie right in with the dry ingredients.

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