You can make this as one loaf or shape into smaller rolls. Children love small soft white rolls, it seems. Naturally, you can make different sizes, or a different shape — long are nice for hot dogs. You can easily make a batch and freeze them in small bags, a few together, to whip out at almost the last moment of need. My kids like these with butter spread so thickly that they can see their teeth marks.
Put the milk, yeast and honey in a small bowl and stir until the honey melts. Leave it for about 10 minutes, or until it begins to froth a bit. Put the flour and
Lightly grease a
Put the tin in the oven and
This is best sliced warm and spread with butter, but you can keep the loaf for a few days in an airtight container (not a plastic bag) for excellent toast.
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