Enjoy soft, warm Gluten Free Dinner Rolls from scratch in about an hour.
If you have to eat gluten-free, bread is often the first thing to go. Bought stuff isn’t always that good, or it can seem like too much work to make it from scratch, especially if you are the only one that will eat it. However, when it comes to the holidays, it’s nice to be able to re-create the traditional meals you ate before a restricted diet. To have a nice, soft, buttery Dinner Roll to eat with your meal just completes it.
These gluten free Dinner Rolls are pretty easy to put together. To save yourself time, you can mix up the dry ingredients in a resealable bag in advance so you only have to add the wet ingredients before forming the buns. Or, you could mix the dough and cover the formed rolls with plastic wrap and refrigerate them before they’ve risen, taking them out of the fridge to rise and bake about 1 1/2 hours before the meal is served.
My gluten-eaters loved these Dinner Rolls, even though they don’t have to eat gluten free. They said that the buns reminded them of the white buns they’ve enjoyed at Grandma’s house. That’s a pretty high compliment! If you wish to prepare the rolls ahead of time - mix the dough, form the rolls, cover with plastic wrap, and refrigerate. Allow them to rise for 40-45 minutes in a warm, draft-free place before baking.
If you are looking for a gluten free Crescent Roll recipe, I have one available in my Breakfast Beauties e-book, which you can find HERE.
If you wish to prepare the rolls ahead of time - mix the dough, form the rolls, cover with plastic wrap, and refrigerate. Allow them to rise for 40-45 minutes in a warm, draft-free place before baking.
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