Hawaiian bread recipes


Every now and again you just want a nice sweet, soft bread.  I must say this is a  wonderful, versatile bread that can be used for just about anything. We have done breakfast sandwiches, roast beef sandwiches, cheese burgers, chicken sandwiches, even made smaller versions to have as a dinner roll side. You can do just about anything with this bread. Did I mention how oh so soft it is as well? These hawaiian rolls are very simple and easy to make.


  • 2 cups of pineapple juice
  • 1 Tablespoon of yeast
  • 1 egg
  • 5-6 cups of all purpose flour

Beat  your egg in the pineapple juice. Place in the bowl of your stand mixer then add yeast. While using the dough hook attachment add the flour slowly 1 cup  at a time. You want to form  a soft, elastic dough, not a tough, hard dough. I like to get up to 4 cups and allow my mixer to knead for about 10 mins. then i will check if it is still sticky or not. If it is still sticky i will add 1 more cup of flour and allow to need again for 10 more mins. I will add the last 1 cup only if it is sticky.  If you added 6 cups and is still sticky allow to knead for 15mins. Often just the process of kneading with solve that problem. Adding too much flour will weight the bread down, we don’t want that.  Once you have a soft dough allow to rise until double in size. Punch down and knead on a greased counter top.  Cut dough into about 12-14 equal pieces. Roll into a ball and place in a greased baking pan. Allow to rise until doubled, then bake at 375 for 20 mins. Once done brush melted butter on top. For dinner rolls cut dough into 24-28 equal pieces, roll into a ball and place in greased baking dish or muffin tins bake at 375 for 15 mins.

Easy, soft, sweet hawaiian bread rolls! I hope you are your family enjoy this bread as much as we do. Questions, comments or concerns drop the below!

Hawaiian bread recipes
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3 Comments on Hawaiian bread recipes

  1. I think I’m becoming your fan 🙂

    Looking at these bread rolls I can’t help it but think about my favorite dish – Hawaiian toasts! Not sure if Hawaiian bread from your recipe will be good for making toasts, but for some reason I tend to love almost any food where pineapple is one of its ingredients. Definitely adding this to my recipe book!

    • You’re so sweet thank you. Yes you can make this in a bread pan and make toast out of it If you want. There is nothing this bread isn’t good for! Thank you for the kind words!

  2. Hawaiian bread is delicious and I never even thought about making it from scratch. Seems pretty easy, too.

    There’s the ubiquitous King’s Hawaiian readily available. Can you please say “yes” to this version tasting even better? As good will, of course, be wonderful but it’d be great to best it.

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