Gluten-Free Dinner Roll

Can all of these ingredients make a tasty gluten-free roll.  I was about to find out. 

I have been experimenting with gluten-free recipes for a little while and have found several that have worked and several that have not.  This is the first time I have tried any kind of gluten-free bread.  Bread is one of my favorite foods and a hamburger without a bun……well lets not go there.

 The recipe I used is from “Gluten-free Goddess” and the list of ingredients was daunting.  Since I have only cooked with almond flour as a substitute I had to purchase all of the flours plus the xantham gum and potato starch.  I ordered the coconut flour from “Tropical Traditions“, the xantham gum from ““, the almond flour from “Honeyville Farms” and the rest from my local health food store. I used the millet flour, the almond flour and the potato starch and the lemon juice.

This recipe is very easy.  You mix the yeast right in with the dry ingredients and no kneading.  Everything is mixed in one bowl.  The dough is like a batter that you just scoop into muffin tins.


The rolls rise in the oven for 50 minutes and then you bake for about 22 minutes until done.


For a gluten-free bread these are very good, light and tastey. I would highly recommend them. I will  make these into buns in the future.

I ran the ingredients in a recipe calculator on SparkPeople.

Calories: 240.3, Total Fat: 7.7 g, Cholesterol: 30.7 mg, Sodium: 204.2 mg, Total Carbs: 40.5, Dietary Fiber: 2.2 g, Protein: 4.1 g

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