Sister Schubert, you make a mean roll.
I live alone. I also love rolls. Living alone makes it difficult to buy fresh rolls, because they usually come in packages that contain more rolls than I can eat in one sitting. That's why I love to buy frozen rolls. Frozen rolls offer the convenience of preparing only as many rolls as you need at one time, thereby eliminating waste. I normally buy Pillsbury frozen rolls, but when I went shopping the other day, there were none. That's when I saw Sister Schubert's face smiling at me. I decided to give Sister Schubert's Dinner Yeast Rolls a try. I'm really glad I did. I prefer Sister Schubert's Dinner Yeast Rolls to Pillsbury frozen rolls. They taste better, they're softer, and I prefer the packaging. The package for Sister Schubert's Dinner Yeast Rolls is resealable via a standard Ziplock-type closure. The packaging for Pillsbury frozen rolls uses a piece of tape to reseal the bag. Sister Schubert's Dinner Yeast Rolls heat up in about 10 minutes at 350 degrees. There are 10 rolls per bag. Nutritional Info (per roll): Calories - 140, Calories from Fat - 35, Total Fat - 4g, Saturated Fat - 1g, Trans Fat - 0g, Cholesterol - 10mg, Sodium - 230mg, Total Carbohydrate - 23g, Dietary Fiber - 1g, Sugars - 4g, Protein - 3g If you're in your local grocery store looking for frozen rolls, I suggest you give Sister Schubert's a try. The web site below offers information on Sister Schubert's products and information on where you can find them. www.sisterschuberts.com