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.
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.
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.
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.
If you're using hardened honey, either warm it until it softens, or add 1 tablespoon (15 ml) of milk. Warming the milk to body temperature before adding it will allow the dough to rise better.