Make Ahead Dinner Rolls (Pull-Apart Bread) are beautiful and easy to make. Brush with melted butter, and add toppings you love like grated cheeses & herbs!
Are These Dinner Rolls Good To Make Ahead?
You can rise the dough overnight in the fridge, just cover with clear wrap. In the morning, brush with melted butter, and decorate with toppings, and bake. Leftover rolls can be reheated for 10 minutes in a 300-degree oven.
Nutrition information excludes optional toppings.
Can I Reheat Dinner Rolls?
Yes! Leftover rolls can be reheated for 10 minutes in a 300-degree oven.
What are the Best Dinner Rolls to Buy?
I love baking from scratch.... but boy storebought rolls come in handy! Especially when you're making these Pull-Apart Dinner Rolls where the magic happens in the toppings.
I love Bridgford frozen dough
because it bakes up so well, as good as homemade! If you can't find Bridgford in your area, try looking for Rhodes Bake-N-Serv
dinner rolls. (The Rhodes store locator is here.)
Just like Bridgford, they come frozen and need time to rise before baking. (this post is not sponsored by these brands)
Can I Make Party Dinner Rolls with Already Baked Pull Apart Rolls?
I have tried making Party Dinner Rolls under a broiler to quickly melt the cheese and adhere the other toppings, but it's just not the same. The butter doesn't infuse and they burn easily... so skip it and go for frozen unbaked dough