Lambert’s Throwed Rolls Recipe

Lambert’s Throwed Rolls Recipe

Lambert’s throwed rolls recipe is famous for a few specific reasons. The term throwed rolls originates from the fact that the landmark restaurant “throws” the rolls of bread towards the customer in their seats. The throwed rolls, on the other hand, are delicious and customers are here for it. 

Lamberts Fried Potatoes and Onions Recipe:

Lambert’s restaurant is called the home of the throwed roll dessert and it is accurate. The following recipe is how the famous restaurant makes the throwed rolls Missouri people love. This dessert dish recipe is another fan favorite besides the Lambert’s fried potatoes and onions recipe. 

The following instructions will walk you through the information you need to make the perfect replica of those famous sweet rolls foley.

Ingredients That You Will Need Are:

  • One package of active dry yeast
  • Four cups of all-purpose flour
  • One fourth of a cup of warm water
  • One cup of warm milk
  • One fourth of a cup of melted butter
  • One fourth of a cup of sugar
  • One beaten egg
  • One teaspoon of salt

Method of Preparing the Throwd Rolls Dessert Step by Step:

Step 1: Mix sugar and yeast with the warm water.

Step 2: Let 5-10 minutes pass until yeast starts to foam and activate.

Step 3: Take a large bowl and mix milk, butter, sugar, egg and salt.

Step 4: Add the yeast mixture with the other mixture. Add the flour and mix well to form a soft dough.

Step 5: Flour the board and knead the dough. Then let it rest in a bowl, covering it. The dough will rise for half an hour. 

Step 6: Butter 12 muffin tin cups.

Step 7: Divide the dough into those cups tightly.

Step 8: Cover them for 15-20 minutes more and let them rise.

Step 9: preheat the oven while the muffin doughs are rising. Set it on 350°F.

Step 10: Pop the muffins in the oven and let it bake for 25 minutes more of less. Poke a fork or poker through the muffins to see if they are cooked through. When they will turn light brown, take them out. Cool them on a cooling rack.

Step 11: Serve with desired toppings.


Here you go. The replica recipe for the famous muffin desserts of Lambert’s. Now you can bake them at your own convenience and enjoy from the comfort of your home.

You can add different kinds of toppings if you would like so. You can enjoy this dish after lunch or dinner, since it is a dessert. You can store these muffins up to 3-4 days, cause that is how long they may taste best without refrigeration.

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