Thankful Rolls

MakeWhat a great way to start a conversation at the Thanksgiving table!  These Thankful Rolls are like fortune cookies, however instead of fortune, you write personalized messages or questions asking what the receiver is grateful for.

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Here’s how to do it based on the original idea from The Idea Room blogsite.

  • Write down some different questions on a strip of white paper; questions about things that you are thankful for, who you are grateful for, etc.  Don’t forget to include your guests’ names in the questions

Here are some examples of questions:
”Why am I thankful for __(name)___?” Make one for everyone in our family.
Then you can also make up different questions to go in any extra rolls you may have. 1 question per roll.

  • Then simply cut out the questions and fold them up as small as you can. Wrap them in a rectangle of tinfoil.
  • Take your favorite dinner roll recipe (homemade or frozen dough) and roll your dough into small balls. Then take two dough balls and put them together with a note in between them into a greased muffin tin pan. Let them raise the recommended time and bake them as your normally would according to your recipe directions.

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  • Serve them up. Your guests will be delighted to find they have a fun little surprise awaiting them. Just make sure no one eats a note by accident.

These little gems are guaranteed to spark a fun discussion that will help you remember why you are thankful for your friends and family.

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