Oh my. Thanksgiving is nearly upon us! I don’t know how you’re feeling, but for me, as a first-time holiday hostess to 12 people in my 750-square-foot apartment, I’m feeling a little, well, frazzled.
But I’m not about to let stress get in the way of being thankful this holiday season. That’s why I studied up, planned ahead and delegated early to my family members what dishes I’ll need them to bring to the occasion. After all, my tiny stove and oven can only take so much. And so can I.
I’m still in charge of the bread situation at the Thanksgiving dinner table (these people think I like baking bread for some reason!). And with this Thanksgiving Pull-Apart Dinner Rolls recipe
under my belt, I save a ton of time and stress. My guests will surely be wowed by the flavor and presentation (or at least I’LL whisper, “Wow!” as I bring it to the table).
These rolls are buttery, flaky, soft and delicious, and they take little effort to make. Plus, the arrangement is unique and allows your guests to “pull” each roll apart from the others. It’s way more fun that just taking a roll out of a basket, I think!
If you don’t like the pull-apart idea, separate them by about two inches on the baking sheet. Or, if you’d rather have perfectly round rolls instead of the “cinnamon roll” shape I used, just pull small pieces away from the main dough and roll evenly in your hands, rather than flattening out the dough and cutting it into strips. Either way, these rolls will be a welcome (if not impressive, and certainly stress-free) addition to your holiday table.