Cloverleaf Dinner Rolls are slightly sweet, soft and fluffy.
Homemade bread was always a staple in my house growing up and Cloverleaf Dinner Rolls happened to be the first style of rolls I learned to make and still one of my favorites.
I find such comfort in a good roll and love having lots of different options dependent on my mood.
Cloverleaf Rolls are so easy to shape and I love breaking them into pieces for easy buttering or dipping into gravy.
These rolls are slightly sweet, soft and fluffy, perfect to go with soups, stews or your holiday meal.
The kids love to devour the leftovers for breakfast with a little jam or honey.
I always use my mixer to knead the dough but the kneading could be done by hand if a mixer with a dough attachment isn't available until the dough is smooth and elastic.
A few of my other favorite roll recipes are French Bread Dinner Rolls for when I'm in the mood for something crusty and Hawaiian Dinner Rolls when I'm craving pineapple sweet rolls from the grocery store.