Old Fashioned Butter Rolls

When was the last time you had old fashioned butter rolls? It's probably been a while right?

Well today you going to learn how to make butter rolls that taste like the ones grandma used to make, but since this recipe is quick and easy it want take you all day.

I grew up eating homemade butter rolls all the time so I jumped at the idea of an easier and better way to prepare these roll. Give this recipe a try and your family and friends will love eating them.

Old Fashioned Butter Rolls

This recipe was submitted by Ritz Young who had this to say about the recipe, "I've had this recipe stored away in my electronic recipe book for quite some time. It's origin is unknown to me, but it's tried and true! It's a favorite amongst my family all throughout the year."


1 can biscuits (any kind but Big Country or Hungry Jack will make larger rolls) (The rolls may be made from any biscuit dough recipe.)
1-1/2 sticks butter cubed (1/4" x 1/4" preferred)
Sugar and nutmeg

2 cups milk
3/4 cup sugar
1-1/2 teaspoon vanilla

Cooking Procedures:

Roll out biscuits as thin as possible on lightly floured surface.

Evenly place butter on biscuit and sprinkle with sugar and a little nutmeg (buttervmay be chipped or spread onto biscuits). Roll up like jelly roll.

Place rolls into a buttered casserole dish.

Mix topping ingredients together. Pour over rolls. Bake at 350 degrees until brown. Serve warm.

That's roll folks there is to making these quick and easy homemade butter rolls. I told you this would be simple. Go ahead and give this recipe a try. Enjoy!