I have been dying to try this recipe for a while now! I first saw these Copycat Texas Roadhouse Rolls at my friend Aimee’s blog, and was super impressed at how perfectly square/rectangle they were. I was almost too intimidated to try them myself even though I have a lot of baking experience. They were actually pretty easy to make! Almost easier than typical rolls because cutting them square eliminates the need for rounding them or pinching and tucking the edges underneath. I really liked that about this recipe. And, if you know my motto, any dough made with scalded milk is going to be a winner, and this recipe holds true to that statement!
If we’re being honest here, I have only ever been to Texas Roadhouse twice. It’s not a favorite, but the rolls and butter are what have brought me back! And, you can stay tuned for the butter half of this recipe coming on Tuesday — to die for! Nothing tastes better than fresh bread from the oven slathered with any kind of butter. Delicious! Like most breads, this recipe is a little time consuming since you wait for the dough to rise after kneading it, and then again after the rolls have been shaped, but you will have rolls out your ears. It makes a lot! Enjoy!
Recipe from Like Mother Like Daughter & re-written in my own words.