Hawaiian Sweet Bread Rolls..like Kings Hawaiian Rolls

Hawaiian sweet bread Recipe via The Breakfast Club-Ordinary People Who Love Extraordinary Food

Braided Lemon Bread (like "butter braids" but make any flavor you want.)

Braided Lemon Bread

Hawaiian Sweet Rolls - Hawaiian sweet rolls are quite possibly the most delicious rolls ever.

Hawaiian Sweet Rolls

hawaiian sweet bread recipe (uses pineapple juice in the recipe) - made these tonight They turned out pretty good! Sweet, but no pineapple taste at all. Oh well. Made into 24 rolls, weighing about per roll.

Homemade Hawaiian Rolls: pineapple juice, instant dry yeast, sugar, unsalted butter, eggs, vanilla, salt, ground ginger, flour

DIY Hawaiian Rolls in the Crockpot- will be miraculous if this turns out, since I& never had success making rolls.

King's Hawaiian Bread <3  makes 3 loaves or 24 large rolls ---   not gluten free but WILL MAKE gluten free!!

La Petite Brioche: King's Hawaiian Bread cups all-purpose flour 3 eggs 1 cups pineapple juice cup sugar 2 teaspoons salt teaspoon ground ginger 1 teaspoon vanilla 2 ounce) envelopes yeast cup butter (one stick) melted

Old Time Hawaiian Red Alaea Sea Salt - 16 oz

Old Time Hawaiian Red Alaea Sea Salt - 16 oz

Hawaiian Pa'Akai Inc, Alaea Sea Salt Medium Grains, 16 oz Hawaiian Pa’akai

Pull Apart Cheesy Herb Bread...I can see this becoming a fast favorite of @Karl Grindal.

Pull apart cheese herb bread

Another Pinner Says: Red Lobster Cheddar Bay Biscuits. This IS the recipe. Trust me. I worked there forever. --THIS IS THE GOLDEN PIN OF ALL TIME

This says: Red Lobster Cheddar Bay Biscuits. This IS the recipe 1 pack buttermilk biscuit mix (I used Bisquick, about 1 1 shredded cheddar cheese cup milk 2 tbsp butter 1 tbsp oregano (you can omit or use less) tsp garlic salt Preheat oven to

My grandmother's recipe for Portuguese Sweet Bread. You'll never look at bread the same way again. This bread recipe is a winner!

My grandmother's Portuguese Sweet Bread recipe. If you love a sweet yeasty bread, than this is for you. Don't overwork the bread and make sure it's a tacky consistency for the first rise, not the typical dry dough of other breads.