10 Dinner Roll Recipes for Thanksgiving


Photo Credit: Angie McGowan

Now that we’ve shared dozens of ideas for: ASPARAGUS, STUFFING, SWEET POTATO CASSEROLES, GREEN BEAN CASSEROLES, SQUASH CASSEROLES, & APPLE PIES, we’ve pretty much covered all of the sides. But have you thought about dinner rolls?  You can’t forget about the bread. We need it to sop up the gravy goodness that comes along with the turkey naturally. We’ve put together ten different recipes for you to choose from and you can find them all after the jump.

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  • Quick & Buttery Dinner Rolls 1 of 10
    Quick & Buttery Dinner Rolls
    30 minutes are all you need to make fresh homemade dinner rolls.
    Make Quick & Buttery Dinner Rolls
  • Sunflower Seed Rolls 2 of 10
    Sunflower Seed Rolls
    If you love sunflower bread, you'll love sunflower rolls.
    Make Sunflower Seed Rolls
  • Dinner Rolls 3 of 10
    Dinner Rolls
    Fluffy chewy and perfect dinner rolls.
    Make Dinner Rolls
  • Four Leaf Clover Rolls 4 of 10
    Four Leaf Clover Rolls
    You don't have to be lucky to eat these four leaf clover rolls.
    Make Four Leaf Clover Rolls
  • Cheesy Onion Rolls 5 of 10
    Cheesy Onion Rolls
    Can you imagine how good a leftover turkey sandwich would be on these rolls?
    Make Cheesy Onion Rolls
  • Buttermilk Rolls 6 of 10
    Buttermilk Rolls
    Soft Billowy honey wheat buttermilk rolls.
    Make Buttermilk Rolls
  • Pull Apart Buns 7 of 10
    Pull Apart Buns
    Old fashioned pull apart buns just like Grandma used to make.
    Make Pull Apart Buns
  • Homemade Crescent Rolls 8 of 10
    Homemade Crescent Rolls
    These rolls can be made ahead of time and baked right before dinner.
    Make Homemade Crescent Rolls
  • Sweet Buttery Yeast Rolls 9 of 10
    Sweet Buttery Yeast Rolls
    An easy recipe for sweet and delicious yeast rolls.
    Get the recipe on Eclectic Recipes
  • Cornmeal Yeast Rolls 10 of 10
    Cornmeal Yeast Rolls
    Similar to cornbread but yeasty & smooth!
    Get the recipe on DoughMessTic

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