Today I'm going to share a little family jewel with you. I've been blogging for several years now and quite honestly can't believe I haven't put this recipe on here until now. These are a staple at my family's holiday meals. They have been for years. In fact, the last several Thanksgivings I've been requested to make them. It just isn't Thanksgiving without them. But they are wonderful for all dinners not just Thanksgiving. I made them again last weekend and people just gobbled them up. They also make the best breakfast the next morning!
These are butter horns. Make the dough the night before... then the next morning roll them up, let them rise, bake, and enjoy some amazing rolls! A little butter and honey make them even better!
1 pkg. yeast (1/4 oz.)
1 c. warm water (not super hot or you'll kill the yeast)
1 t. sugar
Mix and set aside.
Beat 3 eggs and add 1/2 c. sugar and 1 t. salt. Melt 1 stick of butter and add to the egg mixture. Add yeast water. Add 4-5 c. flour slowly, stirring after each cup. Set aside in a covered, greased bowl overnight.
The next morning, divide the dough into 2 balls. Roll out in a circle like a pie crust and cut into triangles. Roll up from the large end first, let rise until double in size (approximately 2 hours). Bake in a hot oven 400 degrees for 10 - 15 minutes*.
* I like my rolls to be nice and soft so I tend to bake them at 380 degrees around 8 minutes. Keep a close eye on the rolls while they're baking because they will brown quickly! As soon as they begin to brown, remove from oven.
We got a nice snowfall today in Michigan so it's beginning to look a lot like Christmas around here. My shopping is done and all the presents are even wrapped so I am ready! I love this time of year. Lots of time with friends/family and lots of yummy goodies to eat too.
Sorry it's been SO LONG since my last post!!! I've been wanting to blog for weeks now but have just been too busy. The holidays are approaching so that means more hours at work. I've been decorating cookies, cookies, and MORE cookies. But it's been a blast so let me show you some of my work.
Stay at home mom for 5 years who just recently decided to follow my dreams and graduate from culinary school. I love to bake and cook! My favorite hobby is eating. My favorite gifts are food related. I am ALWAYS thinking about food! I just recently started working at a local bakery...and LOVE IT!