Thursday, January 1, 2009

Sister Schubert's Heavenly Dinner Rolls

When I have time, I enjoy baking and preparing dinner rolls from scratch. However, during the holidays, my wife and I discovered some delicious wheat dinner rolls that you will absolutely love.

While we were purchasing all of the items needed for our Thanksgiving meal for friends and family, we ran across Sister Schubert's Pre-Baked Wheat Dinner Yeast Rolls. My wife reviewed the ingredients listed on the package. Since my wife has lost a lot of weight by staying away from enriched flour and corn, we find it difficult to find foods that she can it and enjoy. Well, these rolls fit perfectly into her diet. We usually find that if it fit perfectly into her diet, the product would often taste like cardboard. So, we were cautious about the rolls.

We prepared them exactly as recommended. They looked great and smelled wonderful. Of course, this was the first time we served them and we were still very cautious and nervous about serving a new item on our Thanksgiving table. The first rule that I learned early in life when cooking is never introduce a new item during a holiday meal. Well, the guests tried them. Everyone loved them. My mother-in-law loved them and we loved them. People thought I had made them. I said, "I wished I did, but I can't take credit for these delicious dinner rolls."

From that very moment, we have served them during our Christmas and New Year's dinners. Everyone loves them and them are so wonderful. They are light and flavorful. I have had dinner rolls that were great, but Sister Schubert's rolls are wonderful. I highly recommend them. You can't find a better roll. The good thing is you can find them in Wal-Mart's in the frozen bread section of the store.

Sister Schubert puts out other products as well. I especially enjoy the sausage wraps. They are great when you have guests come over in the morning and you need something quick and easy for breakfast.

There is one thing I don't understand about the packaging. There are only 10 rolls in the resealable bag. Typically, rolls come by the dozen. I just wonder why only 10 instead of 12. Regardless of the number of rolls, Sister Schubert gets my vote every time.

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