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Gluten Free Bread Rolls

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Bake these useful bread rolls for lunch boxes, picnics or freeze them as a handy standby. This recipe makes 9 rolls.

Customer rating: CakeCakeCakeCakeQuarter Cake 32 customer reviews


Unit of measurement


250 gGluten Free White Bread Flour
1 tspQuick Yeast
1 Pinch of Salt
1 tspSugar
250 mlMilk
1 Egg
1 tbspOil


1. Mix together the flour, quick yeast, salt, & sugar.
2. Add the milk and egg mixing well.
3. Leave the dough covered with a tea towel, in a draught free place, for 90 minutes.
4. Add the oil and roughly mix.
5. Place round spoonfuls of dough onto the cavities of a oiled bun or muffin tray.
6. Brush each ball of dough with cold water.
7. Leave to rise for 35/40 minutes.
8. Bake in a preheated oven for 15/20 minutes.

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Temperature & cooking time:
200°C/Fan180°C/400°F/Gas 6 - 20 minutes

Dietary status:
Without Gluten, Without Nuts, Without Soya, Without Wheat, Organic.

Please note: Dietary status is a guideline only. If you have a food allergy, please check the suitability of your ingredients.

Customer reviews

32 Reviews
5 stars: 19
4 stars: 8
3 stars: 2
2 stars: 0
1 stars: 3

Average Customer Rating:

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By Mrs June Hemstoc

27 Mar 2017 | 18:55 BST

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First time I've made these and so easy.
Due to me using dried yeast out of date 🤔 they didn't rise much but I'm perfectly happy with the taste and a great alternative to the bought.GF rolls I'm the shops.
Also they were soft and light and not doughy.

By Mrs S B

18 Mar 2017 | 08:13 GMT

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I made these for the first time havjng first read the comments. I added a teaspoon of salt & held back some of the fluid. The buns look unusual, but a imagine that is how gf bread looks & is obviously very different to handle in comparison to regular dough. The buns are ok but quite dense in the centre. I'll attempt another batch, but am not particularly impressed with the overall result. It's surprising to read the varying experiences despite following the recipe!

By Mrs Amanda Tidey

12 Feb 2017 | 21:39 GMT

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I made these on Thursday and they were easy to make and tasted delicious. They were soft and light. We had the last two today and they were still good, just starting to get dry but were good with our soup.

By Miss Emeli Gleed

15 Oct 2016 | 16:55 BST

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These are just awful!! Had high hopes for these reading the reviews and was so looking forward to eating a home made roll, but they are disgusting quite frankly. No taste, followed the recipe to a T and they have not risen at all despite the times being followed and near the radiators.What a waste of an afternoons baking :(

By Mrs Jennifer Veitch

22 Jan 2016 | 17:01 GMT

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Excellent! I followed the recipe exactly and the rolls are lovely, soft and tasty. I polished off three!
Next time I shall make my pinch of salt bigger, and attempt to bake them in my yorkshire pudding pans which are not as deep as my muffin pans. I guess I shall have to use a wet knife to spread them around to get a flatter roll, my muffin pans are a bit deep. Best gf bread recipe so far. Thanks Dove's Farm.

By Miss Laura Walker

06 Nov 2015 | 20:37 GMT

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Hmmm don't think I got them right. First attempt at gf. Don't suppose there are any pictures of what the "dough" should look like? Mine was runny as other people have also mentioned. They didn't turn out too bad but nothing like the pic above. Pretty sure it's my inexperience and not the recipe. Help :)

By Miss laura sumner

21 Sep 2015 | 17:41 BST

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My 1st atempt today very runny mixture. Have rissen slightly, used cocunut milk as all got allergy to cows milk, think the cocunut milk is very runny. How much should I put in next time of the cocunut milk.

By Mrs Alison Samways

22 Jul 2015 | 13:42 BST

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Just started eating gluten free food but I was missing bread. My first batch I made in a six whole muffin pan. Thought the mix looked awful and hard to paint water on the tops. Turned out fine and tasted great with cheese filling and simply devoured one in no time at all. When you haven't eaten bread for days these are a great substitute. Second batch I did 12 mini loaves in a 12 hole cake tin. Cooked for only 15 mins. Used low fat spray oil rather than water after putting in pan. Excellent. I'm off to try and make pastry now!

By Ms Ange Thomasen

16 Jun 2015 | 03:16 BST

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I made these today, 1st time baking GF. I forgot to let these sit for 90min before I added the oil, however they rose and still turned out fab! I will def be making these again! So much better than store bought.

By Mrs christine mansoor

16 Apr 2015 | 15:47 BST

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I made these rolls today not thinking for a moment that they would be edible ! I thought they would taste like the shop bought rubbish that I've had to buy. well I couldn't be more suprised they are fantastic , they have 5 stars from me.Made small mistake and stirred the oil in too soon but don't think it mad much difference, I used desertspoon of olive oil and left them to rise over 2 hours to reach top of tin.First time ever made GF bread,will never buy again