On a recent trip to the local drugstore, I remembered that I needed a starch to add to my family’s dinner. Perusing the aisle where the bread products were located, the pickings were very slim. I spotted King’s Hawaiian Sweet Rolls next to the loaves of bread and bags of bagels. I had seen this product in several different places, but had never given this item a chance before. Today was the day that I was going to try these rolls and see what we thought of King’s Hawaiian Sweet Rolls.
King’s Hawaiian Sweet Rolls cost me only $2.99 for a twelve ounce package. This bag contains twelve sweet rolls. I thought this was a very good bargain. Knowing that each member of my family of four would only eat two rolls each, this package was enough to have leftovers for the next day to add to breakfast or lunch.
Preparation of King’s Hawaiian Sweet Rolls is a snap. After preheating the oven to three hundred degrees, the bag of rolls gets opened and white tray holding the sweet rolls gets removed from the package. The white tray holding the rolls gets placed on a cookie sheet and arranged on the middle oven rack. The instructions on the back of the package state that for a softer roll, the tray should be left in the oven for only two to three minutes. If you desire a crispier crust on your sweet rolls, the tray should remain in the oven for closer to five minutes. I actually had to return the tray of King’s Hawaiian Sweet Rolls to the oven for six and a half minutes to get a nice, crispy crust on the rolls. I would suggest to others to check the rolls after three minutes and then go from there, as oven temperatures do vary.
One King’s Hawaiian Sweet Roll contains one hundred calories. There is two point five grams of Fat, with one point five grams of Saturated Fat in each serving. There is fifteen milligrams of Cholesterol, eighty milligrams of Sodium and sixteen grams of Total Carbohydrate. There is also one gram of Dietary Fiber, six grams of Sugar and four grams of Protein in each serving. Each one roll serving also contains two percent of the daily recommended value of Iron.
My family and I all agreed that King’s Hawaiian Sweet Rolls are winners. The rolls are soft on the inside and nicely crispy on the outside. The mildly sweet flavor is a real treat. The rolls are not exceptionally large in width, but have a nice amount of height on them, making them very filling and satisfying. A small pat of butter is a nice addition to each roll, but they are so flavorful by themselves, that no added condiments are necessary. I give King’s Hawaiian Sweet Rolls five out five food stars for price, taste and ease in preparation. I will definitely be purchasing this product again.