Hawaiian Sweet Rolls – Cookin’ with Mima

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Soft and fluffy, these homemade Hawaiian Sweet Rolls are going to be your family’s favorite. Served up as a side dish, for sandwiches, or just to snack on on their own, you’ll love how sweet and delicious these are, especially fresh from the oven.

Profile photo of the inside of a sweet roll.

If you’ve ever had a Haiwaiian bread roll then you’ll know that they’re absolutely pillowy soft and fluffy with a lightly sweet taste to it. Whenever these sweet bread rolls are in the oven and the kid’s can smell it baking, they are excited for dinner time. While the flavor is subtle, these Hawaiian rolls are sweeter than regular dinner rolls but making them is just as easy as a regular roll.

Want more bread recipes? Try my No Knead Artisan Bread or my Easy Challah Bread.

Why You’ll Love These Sweet Dinner Rolls 

  • They’re easy. Making these Hawaiian rolls for dinner has never been easier! Everything goes into the mixing bowl and there’s no fancy or difficult technique to follow. 
  • They’re fast. Unlike baking regular bread, these Hawaiian sweet rolls can be made in an afternoon.
  • They’re tasty. Thanks to the pineapple juice, it gives the rolls a sweet tangy flavor to it.

What You’ll Need

Ingredients needed to make Hawaiian Rolls.
  • Bread flour
  • Instant yeast
  • Unsalted butter — melted, but not hot.
  • Eggs — plus an extra egg as an egg wash for your rolls
  • Lukewarm water
  • Pineapple juice
  • Whole milk
  • Honey
  • Salt

How to Make Hawaiian Sweet Rolls

  • Bloom your yeast: In a small bowl, bloom the instant yeast with warm water. Set aside until it’s foamy
  • Combine the wet ingredients: In a mixing bowl with a dough hook attachment, add in butter, egg, milk, pineapple juice, honey, salt and give it a quick mix. Then add in the yeast mixture and mix it on low speed until well combined. 
  • Mix the flour: At the lowest speed of the mixture, gradually add in the bread flour. Once all flour has been incorporated, increase the speed to the medium speed and continue kneading until the dough no longer sticks to the sides of the bowl, about 10 minutes. Keep in mind that it is a very wet dough. 

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