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Mon, Mar 11 2013 post by Rebecca

St. Patricks Day Rolls

This clover is fun and so easy that even the kids can help you make them.

Happy March my fellow bakers.   Let's get our Leprechaun traps ready, and wear some green.  I'm ready to find a little gold at the end of the rainbow.

Shamrock Rolls are a really simple, but fun way to bring the luck of the Irish to any table.  You will need the following ingredients:

 

Shamrock Rolls are a really simple, but fun way to bring the luck of the Irish to any table.

Ingredients:

12 Rhodes™ frozen rolls, thawed but still cold
flour
butter or margarine, melted, if desired

Bake @ 350 degrees for 15 minutes

 

Shamrock Rolls are a really simple, but fun way to bring the luck of the Irish to any table.

 Remove 12 rolls from the package and place in a zippered plastic bag.  Allow rolls to thaw, either on the counter or overnight in the refrigerator.  You want the rolls to be thawed but still cold to the touch.  **tip** I used Texas rolls for these rolls, although the dinner rolls will work as well.  Texas rolls are a 2 oz. roll and the dinner rolls are about 1.3 oz.  Either roll will work great!

 

Shamrock Rolls are a really simple, but fun way to bring the luck of the Irish to any table.

For the stem, cut a small piece of dough off of each roll and set aside.

 

Shamrock Rolls are a really simple, but fun way to bring the luck of the Irish to any table.

Cut remaining roll into 3 equal pieces.

 

 Shamrock Rolls are a really simple, but fun way to bring the luck of the Irish to any table.

Roll each piece into a ball and coat lightly with flour.

 

Shamrock Rolls are a really simple, but fun way to bring the luck of the Irish to any table.

Place on a sprayed baking sheet in the shape of a shamrock. Roll small piece of dough into a stem and place on shamrock.  **tip** don’t handle the dough too much.  The heat from your hands will warm the dough too much and create air pockets in your dough balls.

 

Shamrock Rolls are a really simple, but fun way to bring the luck of the Irish to any table.

Cover with sprayed plastic wrap and let rise until double.  Preheat oven to 350 degrees.  **tip** Do not let your shamrock over rise, they will lose their shape.

 

Shamrock Rolls are a really simple, but fun way to bring the luck of the Irish to any table.

Remove wrap and bake at 350°F 15 minutes or until golden brown. If desired brush with melted butter or margarine.

 

Shamrock Rolls are a really simple, but fun way to bring the luck of the Irish to any table.

These shamrocks I have coated with melted butter.  Yummm!

 

Shamrock Rolls are a really simple, but fun way to bring the luck of the Irish to any table.

Add a little luck to your St. Patrick's Day celebration with these delicious Shamrock Rolls.  Just a little time and effort you can bring luck to any table and delight the little people.  Happy Baking!  I will hang up my apron until we bake again.

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St. Patricks Day Rolls

Servings: 12 | Skills: Beginning | Prep Time: 10 min (not including thaw time) | Bake Time: 15 min

This clover is fun and so easy that even the kids can help you make them.

St. Patricks Day Rolls
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Ingredients

12 Rhodes frozen rolls, thawed but still cold
flour

Instructions

For the stem, cut a small piece of dough off of each roll and set aside. Cut remaining roll into 3 equal pieces. Roll each piece into a ball and coat lightly with flour.

Place on a sprayed baking sheet in the shape of a shamrock. Roll small piece of dough into a stem and place on shamrock.

cover with sprayed plastic wrap and let rise until double. Remove wrap and bake at 350°F 15 minutes or until golden brown.

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