Fluffy Honey and Heavy Cream Rolls

Fluffy Honey and Heavy Cream Rolls

Slightly sweet and ultra fluffy! This is a delicious bread that uses honey and heavy cream. This is perfect for using up leftover heavy cream.

Ingredients: 7-8 breads

Bread (strong) flour
220 g
Cake flour
30 g
Dry yeast
3 g
40 g (2 tablespoons)
140 ml
Heavy cream
30 ml
3 g
Butter (unsalted)
25 g


1. Put all the ingredients except for the butter in a bread maker and put it on dough setting. After 5 minutes have passed, add the butter and allow it to stay in the bread maker until it has proven and deflated.
2. Separate the dough into 7 or 8 pieces, and let them sit for 15 minutes. Press the air out of the dough and roll the pieces into balls, then arrange them on a baking sheet. Allow the balls to undergo the second rising at 38 - 40°C for 25 minutes.
3. Use kitchen scissors to cut small notches in the surface of the balls, then bake the rolls at 190°C for 12 - 14 minutes. Please monitor the rolls to check browning.
4. Just like in the picture, the rolls are done once they've become a nice brown color! Since the rolls are very soft, please be careful not to touch them when removing so as not to leave fingerprints.

Story Behind this Recipe

I decided to make a fluffy and soft bread using honey and heavy cream, and with trial and error, I finally succeeded. It's bread that makes me feel happy because it's so fluffy. You can wrap these individually in plastic and freeze them as well.