4-Ingredient Pop-up Rolls Recipe: Beyond Quick & Easy Bread Roll Recipe by Donna John

10 months ago

4-Ingredient Pop-up Rolls Recipe: Beyond Quick & Easy Bread Roll Recipe

Homemade bread you can whip up last minute any night of the week? Sounds like something that's too good to be true. But, it's not. Try this simple four-ingredient pop-up rolls recipe for dinner tonight. The consistency is denser than an average roll. These moist pop-up rolls love being slathered with butter

Here are the four simple ingredients you need for these pop-up rolls: self-rising flour, milk, granulated sugar and mayonnaise. Stir together the ingredients, spoon into a muffin tin and bake for about 18 minutes. Quick and easy!

Serve these four-ingredient dinner bread rolls hot with fried chicken and drizzle on some honey, too. Amazing.

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Cuisine: American
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 20 minutes
Total Time: 25 minutes
Servings: Makes about 9


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Recipe Notes

  • To reheat any leftover muffins later, simply pop them into the microwave for a few seconds.
  • The number of muffins depends on how full you fill the muffin cups.
  • These bread rolls are best eaten hot out of the oven.

Here’s how to make it:

  1. Put all the ingredients into a mixing bowl.
  2. Stir together until well blended.
  3. Fill eight to nine greased muffin cups about half full with batter.
  4. Bake at 375 degrees F for 18 to 20 minutes. 

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Christine Jones
These look too good to be true Donna John!
Donna John
They're really good -- and easy, @beyondthepark. Thought it was weird when I first made them years and years ago using mayo, but it works!
Julie Rose
How delish and easy!
Mrs John thank you for I forgot to thank you for listing all the ingredients and what type of equipment we should cook it in and cook each meal with in all your other wonderful cooks I forgot about the significance of certain type of equipment I was told or read or saw it on one of those cooking programs at an iron skillet is a very good pot to cook in because it it retains all those irons and you know nutrients and in silicone is a good product also I'm wondering do you use most of those and if so what do you suggest for this kind of dish or one of the bread dishes I commented on or any casserole dishes thanks for any tips and you're cooking is lovely and cooking is a release for most of us and appreciate it do you have any sweet potato recipes I'm not sure if I remember any blips so we have a chance can you post some any of you wonderful cooks thanks
Donna John
Thank you for the nice words! Rosseyes

I absolutely love my cast iron skillet and use it all the time. I actually never put it up! It stays on the stovetop. Are you looking for any sweet potato recipe in particular? Here are a few: food: 17 Best Sweet Potato Recipes: Creative Recipes Using Sweet Potatoes – and a Few Classics, Too
Elisa Schmitz
So easy and delicious. Yum!
These are so good, and incredibly easy and fast! I've made them just about every day for two weeks, because they're so versatile - good with dinner, but a real treat for breakfast with butter and jam, or honey and peanut butter, or peanut butter with a slice of banana...the varieties are endless!
Now I'm wondering if you'd tried or heard of any optional add-ins, maybe herbs or finely-chopped dried fruit, or even garlic added to the butter?
If the sugar isn't a required element, could it be reduced or omitted for more savory add-ins?

Thanks for such a quick and yummy recipe!
Donna John
I am so happy that you are enjoying this recipe! I started making this recipe over 30 years ago. One of our favorites! I don't see why you couldn't stir in herbs, chopped garlic or garlic powder. That sounds delicious! rcatheron
Elisa Schmitz
Mmmm, you're both making me want these, right now! Yum. Donna John rcatheron So glad you're enjoying this easy recipe!
I want to make these but I don't have self rising flour. What can I substitute?

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