Christmas Shaped Garlic Herb Rolls are a fun and festive way to put a twist on the traditional roll for your holiday dinners and a perfect way to let your little helpers get involved in the kitchen!
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Did you know that you can use cookie cutters to cut out shaped dinner rolls? Once you’re done with the Christmas cookies, let the kids help roll out the dough and use holiday cutters to contribute these garlic herb rolls to dinner.
They are so easy to make, especially when you start with frozen dough, and they add a fun touch to the dinner table.
I always keep Rhodes rolls in the freezer (and the cinnamon rolls – mmmmm) but these Christmas dinner rolls are just slightly jazzed up and perfect for a holiday meal.
Ingredients for Garlic Herb Rolls
You just need a few ingredients to make these rolls a hit. Scroll all the way down for the full recipe card.
Frozen Dinner Rolls – I like to use Rhodes dinner rolls, the loaf would work fine as well. Thaw them per the directions on the bag, but make sure they’re still cold.
Butter – You’ll melt butter to brush over the rolls. I like to use salted for more flavor.
Parsley – I use dried parsley because I always have it on hand but fresh works, of course.
Garlic – Either use minced garlic packed in oil or mince your own cloves.
Flour – Not included in the recipe, but needed to flour your surface when rolling out the dough.
How to make Christmas Shaped Dinner Rolls
Tools and equipment to help you make them
STEP ONE: First, roll out your thawed dough on a clean, lightly floured surface.
I used 12 rolls with these and rolled them out but how many shaped rolls you end up with with depend on how large your cookie cutters are. I recommend using simple shapes because rolls don’t hold detail like a cookie might. But you can definitely tell that these were stars, snowmen, and gingerbread men.
STEP TWO: Next, lay the shaped onto a parchment paper lined baking sheet and bake for 10-12 minutes in a 350° preheated oven.
STEP THREE: While the rolls are baking, melt the butter in a microwave safe bowl and stir in the minced garlic and parsley.
STEP FOUR: Finally, when the rolls are golden, carefully remove them from the oven and immediately brush them with the butter mixture.
How to store them
Store leftovers in an airtight container for up to a couple days. You can also freeze baked rolls for later.
What to serve with them
Christmas shaped garlic herb rolls are great on the table with an orange honey spiral ham or a shortcut turkey and stuffing casserole.
Need more roll ideas? Try these:
Turkey Shaped Dinner Rolls
One Hour Dinner Rolls
Wheat Dinner Rolls
Need more Christmas ideas? Try these:
Chocolate Shortbread Cookies
Christmas Oreo Bon Bons
Christmas Bundt Cake
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