It’s always so exciting when I discover a recipe that makes pulling meals together that much easier! Especially when the recipe is so incredibly easy! I have searched high and low for a good sandwich roll or bread recipe that does not involve letting it rise. Mainly because I’m incredibly inpatient and don’t want to take the time to let it do its thing properly. I’m the person that denies any cookie recipe that requires chilling in the fridge, because who has time for that? and who wants to WAIT for cookies?
My life changed forever with these low carb sandwich rolls from My Montana Kitchen! NO rising and SO easy! It only takes me 10 minutes to prepare these sweet little rolls and then its up to the oven to finish them off!
We use these for turkey sandwiches, hamburgers, breakfast sandwiches and even mini pizzas! There is nothing more rewarding than eating low carb and still getting the satisfaction of bread that is totally guilt free! Not to mention they are the cutest little rolls ever especially sitting in my 4 year olds tiny hands! Don’t you agree?To get started, preheat your oven to 350 F. While you are waiting for your oven to get all toasty warm, you can prepare to mix your ingredients.
I have mentioned before that Trim Healthy Mama has some wonderful custom ingredient options in their shop online. Another one of my favorites is the Baking Blend. This is a great alternative to flour. It is gluten-free, non GMO and is great for muffins, pancakes, waffles, baking, fried breading and more!
You can click the photo below to learn more about the Trim Healthy Mama Baking Blend. There are two different sized bags available. I personally buy the 3lb. bag and its lasts me for quite a while, but if you are just trying it out for the first time, maybe start with a 16 oz. bag to make sure you love it just as much as I do!Time to create some rolls! Start by mixing your dry ingredients together! One of the dry ingredients is Psyllium Husk Powder. If you are unfamiliar with Psyllium Husk Powder, it is a true dietary fiber and it helps the rolls form and gives you a good source of fiber all at the same time. It is also gluten-free! Click the image below to learn more about Psyllium Husk Powder.Once you have mixed your dry ingredients, grab your hand mixer and add apple cider vinegar, boiling water and egg whites (I recommend using a carton of eggs whites. Much easier for measuring purposes).
Mix with a hand mixer for about 15-20 seconds until the ingredients are combined well. The dough will be very goopy looking similar to a sticky oatmeal. Get your hands wet and start forming the dough into a roll shape. If you don’t get your hands wet, then the dough will stick to your hands making it hard to form the shape. You can see in the image below the size I make the rolls. Just about big enough to fit in the palm of my hand.Place your rolls on a greased cookie sheet. I personally grease my cookie sheet with coconut oil or coconut oil spray. Most of the time I just spread some coconut oil to spare spending money on a spray. I use Lou Anna Coconut Oil, which I have found to be the best coconut oil yet! Highly recommended! I purchase this coconut oil from my local grocery store (Meijer).You should have about 7-8 rolls on your pan that are all ready to go into the oven!Place them in the oven and bake them for 60-65 minutes.
I have found, in my oven, 60 minutes cooks them to perfection!You know they are done if the bread sounds hollow when tapping the bottom of them. For the best results, try to refrain from cutting into these rolls and let them cool completely! It also helps with the texture if they are allowed to cool.
I personally keep them in the refrigerator and just give them a little time in the toaster to warm them up! You can also freeze them and pull them out as needed!
A little bit of advice: I have not found these rolls to be fantastic just plain. I recommend them as a sandwich, hamburger bun or even a garlic bread!
Writing about these rolls has made me hungry now, I’m off to go make myself a sandwich! *thumbs up*
Enjoy, my friends!! Let me know if you give them a try to what you think!
And a big thank you to Sarah Hardy at My Montana Kitchen for this yummy recipe! Go Check her out!
Have a beautiful day and always be kind.
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