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Gluten Free Bread Rolls

Gluten Free Bread RollsWe don’t eat a lot of gluten in my family and it can be hard to find bread rolls that have the light and fluffy consistency of wheat based bread rolls.  I finally found a recipe on the Changing Habits website that I thought I would try out. These bread rolls are amazing, they are light and fluffy and taste great.

A word of warning they do have psyllium husks in them which makes them high in fibre. If you aren’t used to having a lot of fibre in your diet you might find that you fart a bit as your body gets used to the increased fibre, don’t eat too many at once.




1.25 cups almond meal

5 tbspn psyllium husks

2 tspn baking powder

1 tbspn Apple Cider Vinegar

1/2 tsp salt*

1/4 tspn pepper

3 egg white

1 tspn tumeric powder*

1.25 cups boiling water

Sesame seeds to sprinkle on top

*(I love using salt and tumeric that I get from Changing Habits, click here if you wish to purchase some)


1 – preheat the over to 170C

2 – mix all of the dry ingredients together

3 – add the egg whites, boiling water and apple cider vinegar to the dry ingredients and blend in a food processor until combined and thick.  This takes about 30-60secs

4 – set mixture aside for a few minutes while the psyllium does it’s magic and soaks up the liquid

5 – once the dough is ready oil your hands and make 6 balls and sprinkle with sesame or poppy seeds

6 – place the balls on a lined baking tray and cook for approx 60mins

7 – remove from the oven and allow to cool

8 – store in airtight container


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2 Responses to Gluten Free Bread Rolls

    • Leanne, you could try some ground up chia seeds. You need something that will swell up. I have lots of other gluten free recipes on my Pinterest account if you want to check them out. Plus I will be posting more on this blog over the coming months. Angela

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