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  1. Janet Barton says

    I think I like them best buttering the tins over liners. There really isn't much difference. I don't butter the liners. You can, however, give them a spritz of non-stick spray and the paper peels off much easier. They are delicious either way.

  2. tootallwalls says

    Your photos show the muffin tins buttered and also show the finished muffins in muffin tin pans that are lined with cupcake liners.Do you prefer buttering the muffin tins for the rolls, or do you prefer using the muffin cupcake liners? (I assume you don't butter the liners, right?) Thanks! I love the photo step-by-step instructions! So helpful!

  3. Sydney says

    How did you know that I wanted this recipe? At Shawn's Grandma's funeral we had this and I knew I had to have the recipe. Luckily, you have them right here on your website. Thank you 🙂

  4. Anonymous says

    Wow just came accross your amazing blog wow everything looks amazing.
    Can't wait to start trying your recipes especially the orange butter flake rolls.keep getting your potholders messed up and hope new ones keep arriving.thanks. Elaine

  5. Beckstreet says

    The recipe calls for 1/4 cup butter for the roll in, but in the directions it says 1/2 cup. Which is it? I just stuck the dough in the fridge and am bringing these to our St. Patrick's day dinner tomorrow! They look delish!

  6. Polly says

    Beautiful and fairly easy! Thrilled to see someone shared the love by giving you new potholders. Handmade?
    Quick question: Last night I prepared your Panne Cotte (first time) for family. It was delicious, but there was a thin "clearish" layer on the bottom of the ramekin. My grand daughter said, "oh there's a layer of jello on the bottom." Did I do something wrong? Should it all have been creamy?

    • Janet@simplysogood says

      Hi Polly, It should have been creamy clear through. Make sure you leave the gelatin for a good 5 minutes or longer to soften before you heat the gelatin to dissolve it. Make sure the gelatin appears to be completely dissolved before adding the buttermilk. That should do the trick. I can't think of anything else that could have gone wrong. Pot holders were not homemade, btw.

  7. Lorie says

    Yum Yum YUM! I cannot tell you how much I love this recipe!

    My mother in law is coming into town and I think these would be so fun to make for breakfast!!

  8. Renaissance Women says

    After the glazed bacon recipe I swore that as soon as I recovered from eating a pound of bacon in one sitting that I would never come back to this blog again. As soon as I finishing wolfing down these wonderful rolls, I'm going to swear that again.

    I love your great recipes and your step by step demonstrations. All the ones I've made for myself have been delicious!

    ~ Cassandra from Renaissance Women

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