Sweet Potato Rolls

Thanksgiving is all about tradition. There must be turkey and ham, gravy, mashed potatoes, rolls, and of course the dressing.

I have done a different homemade bread every year for Thanksgiving. There has been baguettes and focaccia, biscuits and cornbread, and one year I even made my own Challah bread. Last year’s potato rolls where a big hit but this year I wanted to try something a little different.

These sweet potato rolls are everything you could want in a holiday bread basket; light and airy, slightly sweet with a warm aroma of rosemary and that very important slather of sweet butter and sprinkle of crunchy salt. Just try not to eat all of them before they make it to the table.

Ingredients Warm Water Warm Milk Plus 1/3 Cup Sugar Melted Butter Package Rapid Rise Yeast Eggs Maple Syrup Cooked All Purpose Flour Sea Salt Swipe up for full list

Instructions – In a small bowl, mix together the water, milk, yeast and teaspoon of sugar and set aside until the mixture becomes foamy. Meanwhile, in a stand mixer with a dough hook, stir together the eggs, remaining sugar, salt, butter, sweet potato and rosemary.

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