With a Butter-Garlic-Parmesan Top
We all know the challenge of making gluten free breads and the many times we’ve tossed a loaf after hours of labored efforts. But we keep trying…revisiting the methods and various flours to create an edible gluten free bread. Well I’m writing a review today with many go-to links as there were quite a few bloggers who brought this to our attention. A successful recipe, especially when it involves gluten free bread, is worth sharing multiple times!
Rachel of Gluten Free Mama has created the perfect recipe for “Mama’s Pull Apart Dinner Rolls (Gluten Free)“. I found these amazing rolls on gfe (Gluten Free Easily) with Shirley’s round up of top 40 gf breads and rolls. Michelle at My Gluten-Free Kitchen posted about Rachel’s recipe after going to a class she gave. Michelle left the class inspired and successfully made the rolls herself, with a beautiful picture I might add. They are drool worthy and I immediately added the recipe to my list of ‘must try’s’. I’m thrilled to report they are every bit as good as they say…and easy!
As with all gluten free breads, the proof is in the middle…making sure there isn’t a gummy texture. Well, take a look….no gummy texture here! Golden brown on top and bottom and soft in the middle. The little crust on top is my spin to the recipe which is brushing the tops with melted butter as soon as they come out of the oven then sprinkling just a touch of garlic powder, Italian herbs, and grated Parmesan. So-so good. As with most gluten free breads, they are best eaten the same day.
Another change from the original recipe is I didn’t have the Mama’s Almond Blend Flour , so I substituted my go-to all purpose gf flour blend instead. It worked beautifully. I added an additional 3-4 Tbsp of water to the batter while mixing as it was a little thick (start with 2 Tbsp and add as needed, should be a thick batter). I also used 2 tsp of Active Dry Yeast dissolved in 1 cup warm water with a tsp of sugar. Otherwise I followed the original recipe as listed.
And you should smell my kitchen!! Home baked bread!
For my second roll (yes, I had to try two), I added butter and honey.
Need I say more?
Don’t wait to make these rolls, you’ll be so happy you did.
Gluten Free Pull-Apart Rolls…life is good.
Gluten Free Mama – Mama’s Pull-Apart Rolls – Gluten Free
Adapted Recipe from Original:
My Gluten Free Kitchen – Pull-Apart Dinner Rolls