Hawaiian sweet rolls typically contain milk.
But we finally found some that may work for dairy-free families.
See ingredients below.
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Thanks to my mother-in-law who ran to pick these up for Thanksgiving while I share about them with you.
Actually, we make homemade rolls for Thanksgiving dinner.
But these Hawaiian sweet rolls are a must for making leftover turkey into sandwiches.
You always gotta have a plan for the leftovers, right?
These are really tasty and a little less sweet than the main brand.
And we find them at Aldi, so they aren’t near as expensive, either.
Not only do we make sandwiches on Thanksgiving week for these,
but you can get these rolls year-round.
That means kiddo loves them for sandwiches in his lunchbox at school.
We typically load them with our favorite lunch meat, lettuce, and mayo.
Of course, for Thanksgiving, it’s all about cold turkey sandwiches.
Here’s our dairy-free Thanksgiving meal if you’re landing here in November.
And here are more of our favorite foods at Aldi!
Now for the ingredients on our package of Aldi sweet rolls.
Always double-check labels for yourself, ingredients can change.
For more info, visit the Aldi website.
Hope you can enjoy these dairy-free Hawaiian sweet rolls!