“These muffin tin rolls are an easy crowd pleaser.”
4 ingredients, no joke! You don’t even need to knead! If that doesn’t win you over right there, I don’t know what will. When I first saw these rolls on the Paula Deen website I got excited, but then I looked at the ingredients. To make her rolls she used mayo. To be completely honest with you guys, mayo freaks me out. I know I wouldn’t have been able to taste it or whatever but I just couldn’t do it. I needed to find a way to replace that mayo so I wouldn’t be creeped out when tasting theses.
After doing some research I found out that I could use low-fat greek yogurt instead. This made me giggle considering mayo is like 1,000,000% fat. I went to the grocery store searching for that low-fat greek yogurt and grabbed one that was 0% fat. Is low-fat and 0% fat the same thing? I don’t eat yogurt but I’m assuming it’s not the same.
0% was all I could find so I was just hoping the recipe would turn out… and it did! *insert celebratory dance music here* If you didn’t pick a Taylor Swift song, we’re no longer friends… just kidding 🙂
You know in the food fight scenes in a movie where someone ends up throwing the basket of rolls at everyone… I want that role (no pun intended). How fun would it be to whip soft and fluffy rolls at everyone? Probably way more fun than throwing something messy like spaghetti.
Could you imagine having to wash spaghetti out of your hair? Oh my. When I was in High School my fellow classmates talked about having a food fight for our senior prank. Luckily it never happened! I did plan on being sick that day though. 🙂
Get out your bowl. Get out your big wooden spoon. Mix all the ingredients together, plop in the tin, bake, and enjoy! It’s that simple.
- 2 cups self-rising flour
- 1 cup 2% milk
- 4 (heaping) tbs. fat free greek yogurt
- 2 tbs. granulated sugar
- Preheat oven to 350°.
- In a medium bowl combine flour, milk, yogurt, and sugar.
- Mix until the dough is nice and smooth.
- Spoon mixture into a greased muffin tin.
- Bake for 15 minutes*.
- *If you want the tops lightly golden you'll need to broil them for about 2 minutes once they're done baking.