When you’re at the store and see Hawaiian Rolls on the shelf, just know that you’re capable of making these Copycat Hawaiian Rolls. They are soft and taste just like the real thing.
Imagine bringing homemade rolls to a gathering. You would be so loved!
You can with these Copycat Hawaiian Rolls. Your friends and family will think that they are store-bought because they taste just like the rolls from the store.
You can make these rolls for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. They make an excellent side dish. You can also make a fantastic sandwich out of these rolls. Like these Amazing Leftover Turkey Sliders!
What Ingredients Are Needed For Copycat Hawaiian Rolls?
Dry yeast: You can’t go wrong having dry yeast on hand. Make sure you stock up so you can have these rolls anytime you want.
Pineapple juice: You will need pineapple juice for these rolls. They help bring so much flavor to the rolls.
All-purpose flour: It would be hard to make these rolls without flour, so make sure you have plenty on hand!
Light brown sugar: Yes, you use light brown sugar in this recipe. It helps with the flavor!
Other ingredients that you will need for this recipe include egg, vanilla, salt, and sugar.
What tools are needed for making these Hawaiian rolls?
You’ll need to have a stand mixer on hand, a large bowl, and a glass measuring cup.
Storing Hawaiian Rolls
Once you make these, you can store them on your counter for a few days. The only trick is making sure you have them in an airtight container.
The container will help make sure the rolls stay nice and soft. If you have Saran wrap, this would also work really well!
The next time you need a roll recipe and don’t know which one to make, give this Copycat Hawaiian Rolls recipe a try. You’ll fall in love with the flavor of the rolls and the simplicity of the recipe.
A trick to placing the dough in a warm place, is to turn on the oven and set the covered bowl very close to the oven or even on top (as long as you aren’t cooking something else). Place the balls of dough close to one another before the last 30 min proof session so that they begin to create the iconic shape of Hawaiian Rolls.
A trick to placing the dough in a warm place, is to turn on the oven and set the covered bowl very close to the oven or even on top (as long as you aren’t cooking something else).
Place the balls of dough close to one another before the last 30 min proof session so that they begin to create the iconic shape of Hawaiian Rolls.
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