King's Hawaiian dinner rolls are my daughter's favorite rolls. I wanted to give this copycat recipe a try, and I'm glad I did. These rolls bake up fluffy and light and there's a secret ingredient... pineapple juice!
After the rolls are baked, you'd never know there was pineapple juice in the ingredient list. The juice gives the rolls just a bit of sweetness... just like the real King's Hawaiian rolls. I shaped these rolls with 4-ounce portions of dough.
As it turned out, the rolls were huge after they were baked, which isn't a bad thing, but next time I would measure out 2-ounce portions of dough for the rolls.
The King's Hawaiian website has lots of recipes you can make using these rolls. All of you Pinterest users have probably all seen the mini-ham and cheese sliders made with these rolls that look SO good!
These rolls would make a perfect dinner roll for Easter, Thanksgiving, or just for any dinner where you'd serve bread.