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Herby Rhodes Rolls

  • Serves: 36
  • Calories: 157
Butter And Herb Rhodes Rolls in a pan with a linen

Herby, buttery, salty bread. Did you just drool? These are the things bread loving dreams are made of, and they all come true in these easy herby Rhodes Rolls.

Unbelievably, Easy Rhodes Dinner Rolls Recipe.

I like to pretend I’m the mom that makes everything from scratch ALL the TIME, but let’s be real...that’s not me. Despite having these delicious (from scratch) Classic Fudgy Brownies on our blog, I go for the boxed ones 10 times out of 10. Birthday cake? Well, it’s the funfetti box without fail.

So, it shouldn’t surprise you that when it comes to the finishing piece on my holiday table, the bread, I often head to the store to buy a bag of Rhode's frozen dinner rolls. There's definitely no shame in my game!

So, it's now time to introduce you to my favorite easy dinner rolls hack. They’re the best bread option out there that doesn’t involve more work and effort than I have to give, and everyone in my home are big fans.

ingredients laid out for Rhodes rolls, butter, garlic,  herbs
hand whisking dried herbs, melted butter and garlic in a small dish with a fork
hand rolling frozen dinner rolls in a herb and garlic butter and placing them in a pan.
frozen rhodes dinner rolls in butter and herbs in a pan

Why We Love These Quick Easy Dinner Rolls

They’re a simple weeknight supper side yet special enough for a holiday dinner.

  • They’re really buttery
  • They’re soft and flaky
  • They’re SO easy

Also, they’re over the top delicious and by the way...they pair well with everything!

herb and butter rhodes dinner rolls rising in a pan, ready for the oven.

What Are The Best Store Bought Dinner Rolls?

There are many brands out there, but for us, Rhodes frozen rolls is where it’s at. You can conveniently purchase this amazing product at just about any grocery store. And I love that they come in large bags, because I am always cooking for a crowd. No, this isn’t a sponsored post. I’m just a huge fan!

golden brown rhodes dinner rolls fresh out of the oven with garlic, herb butter.

How Do You Make Rhodes Yeast Rolls?

Besides simply following the Rhodes rolls directions on the package, here are a few steps we take to make sure they turn out perfect every time!

  1. Melt butter, lots of butter.
  2. Chop up all your favorite herbs.
  3. Mince garlic until your house smells like an Italian grandma’s kitchen.
  4. Roll the frozen rolls into all of the above things and let them rise in a warm spot.
  5. Bake.
  6. Eat.
  7. Enjoy.
garlic and herb dinner rolls

So, I Have Bread...Now What’s For Dinner?

There’s no need to plan your dinner around these rolls. They pair great with everything. Feeling fancy? Try our Prime Rib with Roasted Garlic and Horseradish Cream Sauce. In the mood for something a little less technical, but just as elegant? Our Pork Chops with Mushroom Cream Sauce are so good. Is an evening in your sweatpants more your style? Our Quick and Easy Chicken Noodle Soup is a match made in heaven with this easy dinner rolls recipe dressed. You really can’t go wrong here, because in my opinion, any meal you add warm bread to is instantly 10 times better.

Tools You'll Need:

pastry brush brushing butter on garlic herb rolls

Did You Make These Dressed Up Rhodes Rolls?

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Herby Rhodes Rolls

  • Serves: 36
  • Calories: 157


  • 1 36 count bag of rhodes rolls
  • 2 Stick butter, melted
  • 1 tbsp Dried rosemary, crushed in your hand
  • 1 tbsp Dried oregano
  • 1 tbsp Dried thyme
  • 6 Cloves garlic, minced


  1. In a small saucepan melt butter over low heat and add in herbs and garlic. Cook on low until just melted and very fragrant, careful not to brown.
  2. Working with one roll at a time, roll the frozen Rhodes rolls in the her butter and set in a greased pan about 2” apart. Cover with plastic wrap and let rise 4 to 5 hours, until rolls double in size.
  3. Preheat oven to 350°F. Bake for 15-20 minutes, until golden brown.
  4. Remove rolls from oven and brush with any remaining melted butter and top with flaky salt. Serve warm.