These Gluten Free Rice Free Multigrain Dinner Rolls remind me of what I remember wheat bread tasting like. They are hearty rolls made from gluten free whole grains, yet fluffy and soft. Perfect for sopping up all of that gravy-goodness on your holiday plates!
Prior to going gluten free, I was a wheat bread girl. I loved the heartiness of it, as well as the flavor. When I finally went gluten free, it took me a while to figure out a bread recipe I really, really loved, but when I did, it was the loaf variation of this Gluten Free Rice Free Dinner Roll recipe: my Gluten & Rice Free Multigrain Bread.
Many readers love that bread recipe, so I knew I needed to covert it to a dinner roll recipe.
These Gluten Free Rice Free Multigrain Rolls are hearty rolls made from gluten free whole grains, yet fluffy and soft. The whole grains and flax add a nuttiness, while the molasses give it a rich, full bodied flavor. If you aren’t a molasses fan, simply replace it with more honey.
I think you will be pleasantly surprised how much of a “wheat bread-like” taste these rolls have. 😉
What are your Thanksgiving Day plans? We are having a house full. My brother and his family are coming out, along with some good friends. I’m making a prime rib instead of a turkey, and am looking forward to eating lots of PIE. 😉 I’m making both my Gluten Free Dairy Free Maple Pumpkin Pie, and my Gluten Free Pecan Pie (Refined Sugar-Free, Corn Syrup-Free).
Whatever your plans are, I’d like to wish you all a Happy Thanksgiving. May God bless you and your family over the upcoming year. I pray all of you are surrounded by love and laughter!
All my love,
And if you aren’t a “wheat bread-like” fan, try my Gluten Free Dairy Free Dinner Rolls that come in 3 flavors: Plain, Rosemary & Garlic, or Onion. These have more of a “white bread-like” taste.
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For tips for baking gluten-free rolls and bread in general, check out my Everything Guide to Baking Gluten-Free Bread - Including Troubleshooting Tips.
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