I had to make these by hand instead of in a bread machine, but they still turned out wonderfully. I also didn't make them into crescents. I just rolled them into balls. The taste and texture weren't quite what I was expecting, but, WOW! They taste amazing! This is definitely my new go-to dinner roll recipe. Simple ingredients also are a plus. I did pour/brush melted butter over the top of the rolls once they were finished baking and out of the oven. It made the tops soft and added to the richness of the rolls. I highly recommend adding butter to the tops, unless you like chewier tops. My one and only gripe is that the rolls weren't completely done on the bottoms after 18 minutes at the given temperature. The tops were starting to turn a dark gold, so I took them out. Maybe at a lower temperature and a slightly longer bake time, they would bake completely on the bottom. However, the rolls are so delicious that you don't even notice the slight doughiness at the bottom. I also cut the sugar down to around 1/4 of a cup. If I were making cinnamon rolls (Which I might just try with this recipe), I would use the full 1/3 cup. Otherwise, excellent recipe!
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I had to make these by hand instead of in a bread machine, but they still turned out...