No Fuss Blackberry Sweet Rolls

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No Fuss Blackberry Sweet Rolls, a soft, tender dough swirled with a mixture of vanilla, brown sugar, butter, and a generous layer of luscious, whole blackberries all throughout and topped with a cream cheese frosting.


Fast Rise Blackberry Sweet Rolls, a soft, tender dough swirled with a mixture of vanilla brown sugar and butter and a generous layer of luscious, whole blackberries all throughout and topped with a cream cheese frosting.

Blackberry season is just around the corner, and the first thing I want to make is  Blackberry Dumpling Cobbler.  

Last year I couldn't stop buying the large cartons of blackberries at SAMs.  The price always drops around this time of the year, and it is worth buying several cartons and keeping them in the freezer for later during the year to make these Blackberry Sweet Rolls.

Sweet rolls are a favorite for a weekend breakfast treat.  My go-to recipe is my Homemade Cinnamon Rolls.  The rise time is 30 minutes, and 15 minutes to bake, the perfect no fuss sweet rolls.

Fast Rise Blackberry Sweet Rolls, a soft, tender dough swirled with a mixture of vanilla brown sugar and butter and a generous layer of luscious, whole blackberries all throughout and topped with a cream cheese frosting.

WHERE CAN I FIND THE RECIPE?  TAKE ME TO THE RECIPE FOR HOW TO COOK NO FUSS BLACKBERRY SWEET ROLLS


Below under the next heading, I give a list of preferred ingredients, tips, and cooking instructions for No Fuss Blackberry Sweet Rolls and similar recipe ideas you can have.


Or you can scroll down to the bottom, where you will find a full printable recipe card with amounts of the ingredients and complete instructions with notes.


TIPS FOR MAKING THE BEST SWEET ROLLS


  • Check the yeast expirations.  The dough will not rise if the yeast is out of date.

  • Good quality flour.  I like White Lily all purpose flour or bread flour.

  • Add an accurate amount of flour.  Too much flour will make the rolls tough and heavy.

  • A Danish dough hook can be used to mix the dough or an electric mixer with a dough hook.

  • Knead the dough with an electric mixer and dough hook attachment until the dough pulls from the side of the mixer and is no longer sticky.

  • Allow the correct time for the dough to rise.  Do not over rise the dough.  The rolls will not bake properly.

  • Do not overbake the rolls.  Oven temperatures vary so start watching 10 minutes before the rolls are due to be taken out.  Turn the pan in the oven at the 10 minutes mark to bake evenly.  


Fast Rise Blackberry Sweet Rolls, a soft, tender dough swirled with a mixture of vanilla brown sugar and butter and a generous layer of luscious, whole blackberries all throughout and topped with a cream cheese frosting.

WHAT YOU WILL NEED TO MAKE NO FUSS BLACKBERRY SWEET ROLLS


  • Electric stand mixer with a dough hook or Danish dough hook

  • Liquid measuring cups

  • Dry ingredients measuring cups

  • Strong rubber spatula

  • Scraper tool or sharp knife

  • Blackberries

  • Yeast

  • Flour

  • Sugar

  • Baking powder

  • Vegetable shortening

  • Brown sugar

  • Butter

  • Cream cheese

  • Powdered sugar

  • Half and Half

  • Vanilla


Fast Rise Blackberry Sweet Rolls, a soft, tender dough swirled with a mixture of vanilla brown sugar and butter and a generous layer of luscious, whole blackberries all throughout and topped with a cream cheese frosting.


HOW TO MAKE NO FUSS BLACKBERRY SWEET ROLLS


  • Pour milk into a 2-cup measuring cup and heat in the microwave on high heat for 1 minute and 30 seconds or until warm but not hot (110 degrees F.).  Add yeast and stir until mixed well; set aside, stirring occasionally.

  • In a medium bowl, stir together brown sugar, cornstarch, vanilla, and butter until creamy smooth; set aside.

  • Preheat the oven to 400 degrees F.  In the bowl of an electric stand mixer using the dough hook attachment, mix 5 cups of flour, salt, baking powder, and sugar until well blended.

  • Using the dough hook, cut in the shortening until the mixture resembles a coarse meal, scraping down the sides occasionally. 

  • Stir yeast mixture one last stir and immediately add to the flour mixture.  Using the dough hook, beat for 2 minutes.  Add remaining flour a 1/4 cup at a time until the dough forms a ball and all the dough is loosened from the sides of the bowl.  On medium speed, knead the dough until smooth and no longer sticky, for about 3 minutes.

  • Turn the dough out onto a lightly floured surface, roll out into an approximate 15-inch by 24-inch rectangle and 1/4 inch high.  Spoon the brown sugar mixture on the dough and spread evenly to the edges.  Sprinkle whole blackberries across the top of the brown sugar mixture.

  • Staring at the long side, roll up jelly roll style as tightly as possible, pinch seam to seal.

  • With a scraper tool or sharp knife cut into 12-16 slices (depending on how thick you want the rolls); place with the cut side down in a large baking dish.

  • Cover the rolls with a soft cloth and let rise 30 minutes.

  • Bake for 15-25 minutes or until lightly golden brown and the center of each roll is done.  Cool in the pan for 10-15 minutes before frosting.

  • While the sweet rolls are cooling, prepare the frosting.

  • In a 4-cup measuring cup, mix with a hand held mixer or wire whisk, butter, cream cheese, powdered sugar, vanilla, and half and half until creamy and smooth.

  • Lavishly spoon over the sweet rolls.


Fast Rise Blackberry Sweet Rolls, a soft, tender dough swirled with a mixture of vanilla brown sugar and butter and a generous layer of luscious, whole blackberries all throughout and topped with a cream cheese frosting.

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Fast Rise Blackberry Sweet Rolls, a soft, tender dough swirled with a mixture of vanilla brown sugar and butter and a generous layer of luscious, whole blackberries all throughout and topped with a cream cheese frosting.





 




Kay Little
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  1. Kay, these sweet rolls look amazing. Blackberries are in season over here in the UK right now as well. Sharing on the Hearth and Soul Community Facebook page. Thank you for being a part of the Hearth and Soul Community.

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