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The Softest Cloverleaf Dinner Rolls (VIDEO)

It’s hard to resist these pillow-soft and buttery Cloverleaf Rolls. These are made with milk dough which has an unbelievably soft and cloud-like texture. You’ll love the delicious layers when you pull the 3 clover leaves apart.

Homemade Cloverleaf Dinner Rolls is the perfect side for your holiday table and they always get compliments even when they’re competing with the Christmas Prime Rib or Thanksgiving Roast Turkey. After all, you definitely need a roll to soak up the Turkey Gravy.

Soft Cloverleaf Dinner rolls on blue platter

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There’s something so comforting about home-baked bread from Focaccia Bread to Banana Bread and even Pita Bread. If you love a warm and ultra-soft dinner roll, this recipe is a must-try!

Watch the video tutorial and see how easy it is to make these clover rolls.

Cloverleaf Rolls Video Tutorial

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What is Milk Bread?

Milk bread is white bread that is made with milk, egg, and butter to form a tender crumb with a rich buttery flavor. Milk bread has the most satisfying texture and it’s easy to make, which is why it’s our preferred dough for making cloverleaf rolls.

Fluffy center of milk bread dinner roll

Ingredients for Cloverleaf Rolls

  • Water – start with warm filtered water (110-115˚F) to activate your yeast
  • Active dry yeast – you’ll need 1 packet or 2 1/4 tsp of yeast
  • Milk – use warm low fat milk (whole milk will also work)
  • Butter – either melted and cooled or very soft butter
  • Granulated sugar – feeds the yeast to make the rolls rise beautifully
  • Egg – use a large, room temperature egg
  • Salt – we use fine sea salt
  • Bread Flour – has a higher protein content to produce a softer bread. Also, make sure to measure flour correctly.
Ingredients for making cloverleaf rolls with milk bread dough

Common Questions

Can I substitute for instant yeast?

This recipe works best with active dry yeast and that is the yeast we recommend. Instant yeast will work, but it will speed up the rising process and the texture won’t be quite the same.

Can I freeze dinner rolls?

Yes, dinner rolls are freezer friendly and if you freeze them the day they are baked, they will taste fresher when they are thawed. See instructions for freezing in the “make-ahead” section below.

Can I use all-purpose flour?

It’s best to use bread flour because of its higher protein content which helps to develop the gluten in the dough, resulting in a softer dinner roll.

Cloverleaf rolls baked in muffin tin

Make-Ahead

  • Overnight rolls – Once you have placed the oiled plastic wrap over the pan of dinner rolls, set the pan in the refrigerator overnight. A couple of hours before baking, remove the rolls from the refrigerator, let them come to room temperature and rise until visibly puffed, then butter and bake as directed.
  • Freezing – Baked dinner rolls freeze really well. Let them cool to room temperature then transfer to a freezer safe zip bag, remove any excess air, and freeze for up to 2 months. If you freeze them the same day they are baked, they will taste fresh when thawed.
make ahead cloverleaf dinner rolls covered with plastic wrap

Tips for Making the Best Dinner Rolls

  • Check the yeast – the reason for initially mixing the yeast with 3 Tbsp of warm water is to activate the yeast as well as to make sure it is still working. If you don’t see a foamy layer on your mixture after 7 minutes or so, you should buy new yeast and start over.
  • Ingredient temperatures – make sure your liquid ingredients are warm when added (between 110-115˚F) for the dough to rise properly. Colder ingredients will take longer to get the yeast working.
  • Proofing – proof dough in a warm place that is at least 75˚F but not more than 110˚F (high heat will kill your yeast). Putting it in the oven with the light on works well. Also, you can microwave a damp kitchen towel for a minute then turn it off and place the bowl of dough inside the warm microwave. The warm steamy environment is ideal for dough proofing.
Up close buttery top of the best cloverleaf dinner roll

Serve with

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Golden, puffed, buttery, and super soft – these Cloverleaf Rolls will be the talk of your holiday table.

Cloverleaf Dinner Rolls Recipe

5 from 37 votes
Prep Time: 30 minutes
Cook Time: 15 minutes
Rising Time: 2 hours
Total Time: 2 hours 45 minutes
cloverleaf rolls on a platter

Pillow-soft and buttery Cloverleaf Rolls made with milk dough which has an unbelievably soft and cloud-like texture. You’ll love the delicious layers when you pull the 3 'clover leaves' apart.

Author: Natasha Kravchuk
Skill Level: Easy
Cost to Make: $4-$6
Keyword: cloverleaf dinner rolls, cloverleaf rolls, milk bread rolls
Cuisine: American
Course: Bread
Calories: 231
Servings: 12 dinner rolls

Ingredients

Cloverleaf Rolls:

  • 3 Tbsp warm water, (115˚F)
  • 2 1/4 tsp active dry yeast, (1 packet yeast)
  • 1 cup low-fat milk, warm (105-110˚F)
  • 5 Tbsp unsalted butter, melted or very soft, plus more for the pan
  • 3 Tbsp granulated sugar
  • 1 large egg, room temperature
  • 1 tsp fine sea salt
  • 3 1/2 cups bread flour, divided (add an extra 1/4 cup if needed)

For the Topping:

  • 3 Tbsp unsalted butter, divided, melted
  • 1 tsp kosher salt

Instructions

  1. In the bowl of a stand mixer, add 3 Tbsp very warm water (115˚F). Sprinkle the top with 1 packet of yeast, whisk to combine, and let rest uncovered for 7 minutes until foamy on top.

  2. Add warm milk, melted butter, sugar, egg, and salt. Whisk until blended, then gradually whisk in 2 cups of flour then switch to the dough hook attachment and add the remaining 1 1/2 cups of flour in thirds, letting it incorporate with each addition. Add more flour a little bit at a time until the dough feels moist to the touch, but it shouldn’t stick to clean/dry fingertips.

  3. Knead 10 minutes on speed 2 of a stand mixer, or knead by hand. The dough should pull away from the sides of the bowl as it kneads and will be smooth and elastic.

  4. Transfer dough to a large oiled bowl, turning the dough to coat in oil. Cover the bowl with plastic wrap and let rise in a warm place (90-100˚F) for 1 to 1 1/2 hours or until doubled in volume.

  5. Transfer dough to a smooth, clean work surface. You should not need any additional flour at this point. Divide the dough into 12 even pieces then divide each piece of dough into 3 small pieces. Cup your hand over each of the small pieces and roll over work surface to form a ball. Butter a 12-count muffin pan and place 3 little balls of dough into each muffin cup.

  6. Oil a sheet of plastic wrap and place the oiled side loosely over the rolls. Let rest in a warm place for 30-45 minutes until visibly puffed. Meanwhile, preheat the oven to 425˚F with a rack in the center.

  7. Once rolls have risen, brush the tops with 2 Tbsp melted butter and bake in a preheated oven at 425˚F for 13-15 minutes or until golden brown. As soon as they are out of the oven, brush with more melted butter and sprinkle with kosher salt. Transfer to a wire rack to cool for 15 minutes and serve warm.

Nutrition Facts
Cloverleaf Dinner Rolls Recipe
Amount Per Serving
Calories 231 Calories from Fat 81
% Daily Value*
Fat 9g14%
Saturated Fat 5g31%
Trans Fat 1g
Polyunsaturated Fat 1g
Monounsaturated Fat 2g
Cholesterol 35mg12%
Sodium 405mg18%
Potassium 95mg3%
Carbohydrates 31g10%
Fiber 1g4%
Sugar 4g4%
Protein 6g12%
Vitamin A 292IU6%
Vitamin C 1mg1%
Calcium 35mg4%
Iron 1mg6%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

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  • Christie
    November 26, 2021

    I tried these today and they turned out beautifully! The added salt (I used flaked sea salt) on top after baking sent these over the edge… DELICIOUS!! Thanks so much for this!

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    • Natashas Kitchen
      November 26, 2021

      Thank you so much for sharing that with me, Christie! I’m happy you enjoyed it!

      Reply

  • Alina
    November 26, 2021

    Best rolls ever! I used my bread machine, just put all the wet ingredients first and then flour and yeast, doubled the recipe and turned out perfect! I did bake them at 375 degrees though.

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    • Natashas Kitchen
      November 26, 2021

      Thank you so much for sharing that with me! I’m so glad you enjoyed it!

      Reply

  • joanna lee
    November 25, 2021

    can i use whole wheat flour instead of bread flour? because i use whole wheat flour to make my dinner rolls

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    • Natasha's Kitchen
      November 26, 2021

      Hi Joanna, I honestly haven’t tested this recipe using wheat flour to advise. If you will do an experiment, please share with us how it goes.

      Reply

  • Nancy
    November 25, 2021

    These rolls are fabulous. I put them in the fridge overnight, baked them this morning, and they came out perfect. Thank you, as always, for the detailed instructions and video.

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    • Natasha's Kitchen
      November 26, 2021

      It is my pleasure, Nancy. Good to know that it turned out great and perfect!

      Reply

  • Cecile
    November 25, 2021

    This was my first time making rolls. It all looked good except when I pulled the plastic wrap off they fell. They baked fine and tasted great but were flat. What did I do wrong?

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    • Natasha
      November 26, 2021

      Hi Cecile, it sounds like they may have been overproofed – if they rise for too long (or in too warm of a spot), you can exhaust the yeast.

      Reply

  • Rayna Kerber
    November 25, 2021

    I tried to make the rolls for today and only had fat free milk and had new yeast but they didn’t rise .

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    • Natasha
      November 25, 2021

      HI Rayna, did you possibly have your liquids too hot which would deactivate your yeast? Also rolls rise best in about 90-100˚F temperature. If the room is too cold, it will take much longer and if you put it into a place that is too hot like an overly warm oven, you can deactivate your yeast. I hope that helps.

      Reply

  • Alyssia
    November 22, 2021

    If you freeze them how do you heat them up? They came out amazing by the way! I decided to do them instead of the other ones because I tried those before and wanted to try something different thank you!

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    • Natasha's Kitchen
      November 23, 2021

      Hi Alyssia, you can reheat the dinner rolls straight from the freezer to the oven. You can either thaw first overnight then bake for about 10 minutes in a 300°F oven or until warmed through. You can also heat rolls from frozen (loosely wrapped in foil) and bake at 300°F for 20 to 25 minutes or rolls are warm all the way through.

      Reply

  • Tulsi
    November 21, 2021

    Hi Natasha,
    Thank you for the cloverleaf dinner roll recipe and detailed instructions which were very easy to follow. The rolls were delicious, tender, and not that hard to make.

    Reply

    • Natasha's Kitchen
      November 22, 2021

      You are very welcome. Great to hear that you enjoyed making this recipe!

      Reply

  • kathy wilson
    November 21, 2021

    have you tried this dough but shaped differently? like pan roll shape?

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    • Natasha's Kitchen
      November 22, 2021

      Hi Kathy, I haven’t yet but I bet that will just be fine. If you try that, please share with us how it goes.

      Reply

  • Shawnda Floyd
    November 20, 2021

    Can the cloverleaf dinner rolls be doubled or make in seperate batches?

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    • Natashas Kitchen
      November 20, 2021

      Hi Shawnda, doubling it should work! If you go to the recipe card, you can click on the number of servings to adjust the ingredients.

      Reply

  • Carole Marks
    November 20, 2021

    As a lifelong baker of cakes, cookies, etc. I lost my desire to bake bread with yeast due to it’s complexity. Thanks Natasha for this incredibly detailed recipe. The rolls turned out exceptional!

    Reply

    • Natashas Kitchen
      November 20, 2021

      That’s so great! It sounds like you have a new favorite, Carole!

      Reply

  • Linda Tucker
    November 20, 2021

    I made your Cloverleaf Milk Bread rolls. They were AWESOME. WILL BE MAKING THEM AGAIN.

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    • Natashas Kitchen
      November 20, 2021

      I’m so happy you enjoyed that. Thank you for sharing that with us, Linda!

      Reply

  • Maggie Miraflor
    November 19, 2021

    I baked your banana bread 🍞 recipe this evening for our dessert n as you said , they were soft , fluffy, made our house smell soo delicious fragrant n the cinnamon gave it a different flavor n we both liked the taste 😃I have never ever used cinnamon in my banana bread ever !, lol , before I remembered to take a picture , we were already enjoying our dessert
    Thank You , next I’m trying your peach cake using lite syrup canned cling peaches, it’s okay to use canned ingredient ?? , hope it will look n taste as awesome as yours , I have a peach cake recipe but different from your recipe 🤪
    Here is the picture of my baking of your banana bread 👍🌺😀

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    • Natashas Kitchen
      November 20, 2021

      I’m glad you really enjoyed this recipe, Maggie! Thank you for your awesome feedback too!

      Reply

  • Susan
    November 19, 2021

    I just made these dinner rolls . Fantastic. I have tried three other recipes but they weren’t great. This recipe is quite easy and quick and so good. I will definitely be making them for Christmas dinner.

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    • Natashas Kitchen
      November 19, 2021

      I’m glad to hear you enjoyed this recipe, Susan! Thank you so much for sharing that with me.

      Reply

  • Carol
    November 19, 2021

    Can I make these gluten free? If I can’t, I would love to know of a good gluten-free dinner roll recipe.

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    • Natashas Kitchen
      November 19, 2021

      Hi Carol, I have not tried this with gluten-free flour to advise don’t the outcome. That will require a few tweeks.

      Reply

  • Lili
    November 17, 2021

    Thank you for this amazing recipe. Would it be possible to have metric measurements please ?

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    • Natasha's Kitchen
      November 17, 2021

      Hi Lili, you may click Metric in the written recipe to use metric measurements.

      Reply

  • Lili
    November 17, 2021

    Thank you for this amazing recipe. Would you please give us the metric measurements (especially for milk and flour) ?

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    • Natashas Kitchen
      November 17, 2021

      Hi Lili, If you scroll down to our printable recipe card, most of our recipes have a metric conversion option on the printable recipe card. We are currently working on adding metric measurements to all of our recipes, but it is taking some time to add them one at a time. Thank you so much for being patient! In the meantime, check out our post on measuring which should help.

      Reply

  • Tracy
    November 15, 2021

    If I make these rolls the day before I serve it, what is the best way to store it? Will it not be soft if I make it a day ahead? Thank you!

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    • Natashas Kitchen
      November 15, 2021

      Hi Tracy, Please see the instructions in the “make-ahead” section in the recipe.

      Reply

  • Teresa Smith
    November 15, 2021

    Love your recipes, can’t wait to try these at Thanksgiving! I’m a tad nervous, because I’ll be new at bread baking, but I use to bake cakes and decorate them, so surely I can conquer these!

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    • Natashas Kitchen
      November 15, 2021

      You’re going to love this recipe, Teresa! I can’t wait to hear your feedback!

      Reply

  • Tina
    November 15, 2021

    Somehow mine came out not fluffy and soft. I used whole milk and salted butter. Is it the reason why?

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    • Natasha
      November 15, 2021

      Hi Tina, I highly recommend watching the video to see where things started to look different. It could be a number of things (too much flour, substitutions, overproofing for too long or on too high of heat, etc). Also, read through the tips in the post above which may help with troubleshooting.

      Reply

  • Lila M LaRochelle
    November 14, 2021

    Hello!! I made your cloverleaf dinner rolls today! I am new to making yeast breads, your recipe is easy to follow and my rolls turned out beautiful – the dough turned out right and was easy to work with. I am going to make them again tomorrow to send my son. Thank you for this great recipe!!

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    • Natasha's Kitchen
      November 15, 2021

      That’s great to hear, Lila. Thank you for sharing that with us and for giving this recipe 5 stars!

      Reply

  • chrystal
    November 14, 2021

    Thank you very much for all your recipes and video’s love watching them and your recipes .

    Reply

    • Natasha's Kitchen
      November 14, 2021

      You’re so welcome! Thanks for always watching and I hope you’ll love all the recipes that you will try.

      Reply

  • Joanna Dworning
    November 14, 2021

    I made these today & they are by far the BEST rolls I’ve made. I spent the pandemic practicing bread making & this recipe moved into my #1 spot! Amazing!
    Natasha I have made many of your recipes & they are all winners! Thank you!

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    • Natasha's Kitchen
      November 14, 2021

      Thank you for the awesome feedback, Joanna. I’m happy to know that you’re enjoying the recipes!

      Reply

  • kathy
    November 14, 2021

    omg! i make a ton of rolls and have tons of favorite roll recipes, i am trying these cloverleaf rolls and i love the dough, so easy to work with! second rising now so i am anxious to see final product
    if they pass muster these will be my go to roll this thanksgiving and i have to make at least 5 doz! 😩

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    • Natashas Kitchen
      November 15, 2021

      I hope you love them, Kathy!

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      • kathy wilson
        November 21, 2021

        i loved these! i have been making rolls/bread for years but this recipe is at the top of the list! dough is so easy to work with!

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        • Natasha's Kitchen
          November 22, 2021

          I’m happy to hear that, Kathy! Thank you for sharing.

          Reply

  • Amy Wonder
    November 14, 2021

    can i do this by hand? and these are the cutest things i’ve ever seen, and look good too!

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    • Natasha
      November 14, 2021

      Hi Amy, absolutely, you can mix and knead the dough by hand, but it will take at least 10 minutes to knead if you’re really working at it. It just takes a little more elbow grease but you can do this dough without a stand mixer.

      Reply

  • Laura Murphy
    November 13, 2021

    Hi! I love your recipes and I want to know if the cloverleaf recipe can be doubled. Thank you!

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    • Natasha's Kitchen
      November 14, 2021

      Hi Laura, that will work. If you go to the recipe card, you can click on the number of servings to adjust the ingredients.

      Reply

    • Caryn Weber
      November 15, 2021

      I did notice that when you change the amount to double the recipe, it does change the amounts in the recipe, but when you go to print it, it prints the original amounts, not the adjusted! FYI!

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      • Natasha
        November 15, 2021

        Hi Caryn, it will print in the list of ingredients but not throughout the instructions since our system is not sophisticated enough to change those yet.

        Reply

  • Jane
    November 13, 2021

    I don’t own a stand mixer – just have a basic hand mixer or can mix by hand. Will that work???

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    • Natasha's Kitchen
      November 14, 2021

      Hi Jane, by hand will also work. I hope it turns out great!

      Reply

  • Wilma
    November 13, 2021

    Thank you so much for all your tutorial, one of my fav is the pie dough!

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    • Natashas Kitchen
      November 13, 2021

      You’re welcome! I’m so happy you enjoyed the tutorial, Wilma! I hope you try more of my recipes soon!

      Reply

  • Pat Schuppert
    November 13, 2021

    I see the instructions to freeze but not how to reheat the frozen rolls. Do you thaw first? How do you then reheat without making the rolls too dry or tough?
    Thanks for your help🙂

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    • Natashas Kitchen
      November 13, 2021

      Hi Pat, you can reheat the dinner rolls straight from the freezer to the oven.

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      • Pat Schuppert
        November 16, 2021

        What temperature should the oven be when reheating frozen rolls and how long do you leave in the oven ?
        Thanks, Pat

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        • Natasha
          November 17, 2021

          Hi Pat, you can either thaw first overnight then bake for about 10 minutes in a 300°F oven or until warmed through. You can also heat rolls from frozen (loosely wrapped in foil) and bake at 300°F for 20 to 25 minutes or rolls are warm all the way through.

          Reply

          • Pat Schuppert
            November 17, 2021

            Thanks a bunch, going to give this a try for Thanksgiving 🙂

  • Greta
    November 13, 2021

    This recipe was awesome! I do have one question though. I know this is a “milk bread” recipe but could I substitute the milk for water? Thank you so much, Natasha.

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    • Natashas Kitchen
      November 13, 2021

      Hi Greta, I have tried it with whole milk and low-fat milk, but I can’t advise it will work with water without trying that substitution myself.

      Reply

  • Karen
    November 13, 2021

    Hi Natasha,
    Love all your videos and recipes and can’t wait to try this one! Can I use whole milk instead of low fat?

    Reply

    • Natashas Kitchen
      November 13, 2021

      Hi Karen, we have this note in the recipe: “Milk – use warm low-fat milk (whole milk will also work)” I hope that helps.

      Reply

    • Karen
      November 15, 2021

      Hi Natasha
      Sorry I didn’t notice and missed it in the notes. Next time I will try not to rush through. Appreciate your reply,Thank you!

      Karen

      Reply

  • Dawn
    November 13, 2021

    Natasha, I always make homemade rolls for Thanksgiving, namely your soft dinner roll recipe. So when I saw these I knew I had to give them a trial run. You have absolutely outdone yourself. This is bread therapy at it’s finest! These are definitely my new go to roll. No one even waited until they were cool. Do you have any suggestions for making them ahead of time? Love all your recipes…have 7 of them on deck for Thanksgiving right now!

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    • Natashas Kitchen
      November 13, 2021

      That’s just awesome! Thank you for sharing your excellent review, Dawn! Please see the instructions in the “make-ahead” section in the recipe.

      Reply

  • Zellie Boever
    November 12, 2021

    Hey Natasha,
    Do you have to use bread flour? we don’t have any and wanted if we could use all-purpose flour.

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    • Natashas Kitchen
      November 12, 2021

      Hi Zellie, bread flour has a higher protein content to produce a softer bread, it works best for this recipe.

      Reply

  • Susan Davies
    November 12, 2021

    I’m thinking about these for thanksgiving. Do they freeze well?

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    • Natashas Kitchen
      November 12, 2021

      Hi Susan! You can freeze them! See this section in my recipe notes: “Can I freeze dinner rolls?”. I hope this helps!

      Reply

    • Barbara Semple
      November 13, 2021

      Can this be made in my bread machine and taken out before it starts to bake and shape it into the rolls?

      Reply

      • Natashas Kitchen
        November 13, 2021

        Hi Barbara, I haven’t tried it in a bread machine myself, but that may work. If you experiment, let me know how you liked the recipe.

        Reply

  • Peggy Moore
    November 12, 2021

    I’m wondering Natasha if I can make these rolls ahead of Thanksgiving and put them in the freezer after baking. How do I reheat them?

    Reply

    • Natashas Kitchen
      November 12, 2021

      Hi Peggy, please see my “Make-Ahead” section in the recipe.

      Reply

  • Toni
    November 12, 2021

    My kids really loved it! So soft and delish! Thanks for the recipe!

    Reply

    • Natashas Kitchen
      November 12, 2021

      That is the best when kids love what we parents make. That’s so great!

      Reply

  • April
    November 12, 2021

    These are SO FLUFFY. Also, super pretty at the dinner table!

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    • Natashas Kitchen
      November 12, 2021

      I love how cute and fluffy they look too!

      Reply

  • Valentina
    November 12, 2021

    These homemade cloverleaf rolls are so soft, fluffy, and delicious! I will for sure be adding these to our Thanksgiving dinner menu!

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    • Natashas Kitchen
      November 12, 2021

      They indeed are the best! Thank you for your lovely review, Valentina!

      Reply

  • Tammy Shearing
    November 12, 2021

    Hi Natasha, Can I use non-dairy milk like Almond, Oat or Macadamia?

    Reply

    • Natashas Kitchen
      November 12, 2021

      Hi Tammy, I haven’t tried either of those substitutions to advise on the outcome; if you happen to test that, I’d love to know how you like it!

      Reply

  • Barry Ramer
    November 12, 2021

    Another home run from Natasha’s kitchen. Thanks for another great recipe.

    Reply

    • Natashas Kitchen
      November 12, 2021

      You’re welcome, Barry! I’m so happy you loved it!

      Reply

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