I thought these were alright. I was actually looking for a wheat roll for turkey burgers. These seem just a little to dense and heavy for that. These would be more appropriate for Thanksgiving as a heavier type of a dinner roll. I couldnt really taste the whole wheat, added, or honey. I did use a lighter color grain for the whole wheat, called white whole wheat. I think they tasted more like white rolls, though, due to the excessive proportion of bread flour. It was a little time consuming dividing and shaping. It came to basically 2 lbs of dough on my scale for 14 rolls. To cut like biscuits seemed awkward. I divided, shaped, placed on a parchment lined baking sheet sprayed with PAM, sprinkled with sesame seeds, and covered to rise with a sprayed piece of plastic wrap. They took 21 minutes, to bake each, on 2 pans.
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I thought these were alright. I was actually looking for a wheat roll for turkey burgers....