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Amazing Grain Free Bread Rolls (yeast free, dairy free, gluten free)

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created: 2013/03/12 changed: 2013/07/03
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Ingredients

Portions5 portion(s)
  • 200 grams raw almonds
  • 25 grams psyllium husks, (5 tablespoons)
  • 2 teaspoons baking powder
  • 1 teaspoon Himalayan/Celtic Sea Salt
  • 3 egg whites
  • 250 grams boiling water
  • 2 1/2 tablespoons apple cider vinegar
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55m
Preparation 5m
Baking/Cooking 50m
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Recipe is created for
 
 Thermomix ® TM 31
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Recipe's Preparation

1.

Preheat oven to 175 degrees C.  Line a baking tray with baking paper.


2.

Place almonds and psyllium husks in TM bowl and grind for 10 seconds at speed 9.  Add baking powder and salt and turbo 3 or 4 times to combine.


3.

Add egg whites and vinegar and knead for 20 seconds.


4.

Weigh in boiling water (MUST be boiling) and knead immediately for 1 minute.



5.

Dough will be very sticky but workable with a spatula.  Form into 5 medium ovals and place on baking tray.  Bake for 50-55 minutes until risen and browned and cooked through.  Remove from oven and cool on wire rack completely before slicing.



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Recipe's preparation

1.

Preheat oven to 175 degrees C.  Line a baking tray with baking paper.


2.

Place almonds and psyllium husks in TM bowl and grind for 10 seconds at speed 9.  Add baking powder and salt and turbo 3 or 4 times to combine.


3.

Add egg whites and vinegar and knead for 20 seconds.


4.

Weigh in boiling water (MUST be boiling) and knead immediately for 1 minute.



5.

Dough will be very sticky but workable with a spatula.  Form into 5 medium ovals and place on baking tray.  Bake for 50-55 minutes until risen and browned and cooked through.  Remove from oven and cool on wire rack completely before slicing.



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Tip

Recipe adapted for Thermomix from http://mariahealth.blogspot.com.au/2012/07/toasted-sub-sandwich-and-panini.html

I highly recommend that you read this blog post and watch the video.  Although this worked for me first time and I found it straightforward (and completely delicious and amazing!!), there seem to be a number of variables that have led to mixed success with this recipe.

The blog post also gives a nut-free version using coconut flour.

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Tip

Recipe adapted for Thermomix from http://mariahealth.blogspot.com.au/2012/07/toasted-sub-sandwich-and-panini.html

I highly recommend that you read this blog post and watch the video.  Although this worked for me first time and I found it straightforward (and completely delicious and amazing!!), there seem to be a number of variables that have led to mixed success with this recipe.

The blog post also gives a nut-free version using coconut flour.

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COMMENTS (61)
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Complete fail!!!!! The mixture was the same consistency as a smoothie! Waste of almonds!!!!! 

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Great recipe! 

I made these tonight and they were amazing, thanks for the fantastic recipe! 

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I follow the recipe and love the bread Smile thank you  Smile

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Yum - these are delicious!

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Amazing recipe! A hit with the kids & so so easy to make! 

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I love this recipe and have made it a few times, but no matter what I do I end up with hollow buns, with a dense base, and a thin upper crust.  If anyone can hand me a clue as to where I'm going wrong, I'd be most grateful.  That aside, they still taste great and I love them fresh out of the oven with soup, or with some grilled tomatoes avocado and cheese.  

These a fabulous, easy to make & kids love them!  Smile

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Loved these! Turned out perfectly 

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These Rolls are a winner, would like to try adding to them flavour savory or sweet, made with Almonds and Cashews, used the egg yolk for an omelette, they have turn out great will make again, such a quick dinner  

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Hi,

I tried these tonight and, they are amazing. They looked fantastic with lovely color and nice crust. I let them cool a little before slicing open. The inside texture was really good and I loved the taste - the Apple cider added something really unique. I would definately recommend these if you are gluten and/or dairy free. They would be something to look forward to, rather than a necessary substitute that disappoints yet again. 

I would recommend these. 

Thank you. 

Sadly the middle never cooked for me. I read all the comments first and followed the recipe exactly so I am not sure what went wrong.

I tried making these twice and followed the recipe to a T. Big fat fail. Is the amount of water wrong? Both times it ended up like porridge sludge??

I made these the other night.  THey looked great when i got them out of the oven however they were pretty hollow and spongy on in inside.  Not sure what i done wrong?

Hi sorry to be a party pooper but I am confused! As I understand since being put on a yeast free diet - vinegars are forbidden because they are fermented & all fermented foods are not allowed on a yeast free diet. maybe ACV is different for some reason? I will find out more coz they sound yummy & I want to try them! 

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AMazing

These rose for me and browned on top but the inside was a hollow mushy mess that did not cook no matter how long I kep them in :(  I followed the recipe perfectly, any ideas?! xo

 

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SUCH a good recipe! They turn out perfectly every time and taste amazing!!

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These are great.  Definetly bake these weekly for breakky egg and bacon burgers...

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Cooking appears I'm addicted to these rolls, made them three times. Grated Parmesen on top before baking is a nice touch.

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QUESTION: Could you throw these into a loaf tin to make a loaf instead of rolls?

 

Thanks in advance!

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Cooking I made these for my sister who is Gluten and Dairy intolerant for a dinner party  Party

 

They were a huge success! Easy to make and taste great. Smile Thank you

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Yummy, yummy! Thank you for this recipe. I have cooked these twice now, and both times have worked out well. Also, I have frozen them, and they are still moist when thawed. A great recipe Laughing out loud

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My mother in law can't have yeast and loved these rolls

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AMAZING! Love them and they will be our Christmas Day bread roll for our steak burgers and salads! Thank you 

These are baking in my oven as I eagerly await the readiness of them. I am on a new GF diet (due to intollerances) and am so excited at the prospect of actually enjoying bread again! Thanks for sharing. x

 

Oh and the price of psyllium husks at Woolworths and Coles is OUTRAGEOUS. Just visited Naked Foods on the Gold Coast and got them at an incredible price!  Smile

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Really loved these, thank you very much Smile I accidentally added 1 teaspoon of bicarb soda and still turned out fine Smile

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A great and easy recipe. I made these with half almonds and half walnuts. Made 5 rolls. Tastes like a proper bread roll, but has a spongy texture.

xAJ

I'm a huge fan of Maria Emmerich and didn't dare make that recipe in the Thermomix!

I'm going to try it your way FOR SURE.... 

 

For anyone wanting to make substitutions: BEWARE, it's a VERY fiddly recipe! I have to bake mine much higher in my oven, but I can't wait to try this version as opposed to the hand-held beater version!!!  Cooking

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AMAZING!!! 

 

I made half the recipe and it made 3 small rolls. Best gf rolls I've made and so quick and easy. 

Natural & Gluten Free Cooking Closed lid Canberra Consultant

 

Glad to hear they freeze well  Smile

The psyllium husks are critical to the success of this recipe. I think others may have tried subbing chia seeds for eggs rather than psyllium. In this recipe, the eggs are for lift and the psyllium for binding.

Big smile They freeze amazingly well, and defrost to perfection....SOOOOO happy Laughing out loud

 

I just made these, substituting chia seeds for psyillium husks and it is too runny to form into rolls. I have added extra almond meal and poured it into a loaf tin and it is baking now. Can anyone tell me what I may have done wrong? Thanks.

i see you have frozen these, did they turn out ok? this is the first time (but definately not the last ) i have made them and would like to make large quatities but would want to be sure they froze successfully. Thanks

 

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:party:These are amazing - i can't have yeast, and all yeast free bread has been tasteless and VERY expensive - thanks for the recipe and thanks to thermie xoxox

 

Great gluten free bread rolls. Easy and really tasty. Great thankyou!

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These are great! We love them!!My Husband is allergic to yeast, so these are perfect!

Thank you so much for the recipe!!! dough mode 

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Love these.

My whole family loved these and my husband enjoys making them so it's a win/win for me.  Thanks for the recipe.  Finally a decent gluten free option.

Fantastic!!!! Made these last night and making a double batch this morning so we've got some on hand in the freezer. My only dilemma now is.......what to do with all the egg yolks????? 

Somebody on here mentioned they use chia and water instead of egg - quantities please???  Love

Hi! I'm keen to try this recipe using chia seeds instead of egg whites. I wonder about the quantities of chia and water and holding time after mixing these together. I also would be keen to know if the rolls using chia keep pretty fresh for a few days as with the regular recipe. And I have another query about whether this recipe can be doubled. Keen to know if someone has tried this. My coelac wife just loves these rolls, and I've just made a batch to freeze forh er to take away this weekend.

John Clark

Independent Consultant (WA)

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Glad you're all enjoying this one.  I'm glad I came across it too Smile

Thanks so much for this recipe.  I've tried it twice, the first time I substituted the husks with 25g brown flax/linseed.  It was a disaster, didn't rise at all.  The 2nd attempt I made was with the psyllium husks...they were PERFECT! 

I struggle with wheat and yeast, and am allways looking for higher protein foods that reduce appetite.  These worked great.  Had one with an egg on this morning at 6am and 6hrs later Im still feeling FULL!!

Thanks so much for adapting this for us!! I have printed it and laminated it with my other favourite recipes!

Love

DeniseJoy

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 WOW - these are sooo tasty, and so fast to make! I used the recipe as is, with the apple cider vinegar, and had fantastic results!   My 'foodie' daughter called in, so I gave her one, and she couldn't believe that it is an ''Everything Free'' recipe - I think they may go ln the menu at the cafe that she runs. I don't think I'll get to find out how long they keep for a while though - my husband has already bagged one for his breakfast tomorrow -  leaving me just one out of the batch! They are so easy that I won't mind making fresh every day!

Thank you so much for sharing, and for replying to our requests.  It's really nice to have the communication!  Hugs ... Clare

Hi luckypery,

I'm not sure on the weight of the coconut flour.  I normally use my measuring cups and spoons for recipes that aren't in grams and weigh them as I go and write it down for next time.

And with the marinara, yes, it has to be boiling, so I would have that in a saucepan on the stove bubbling away and then pour it into the thermomix bowl at the appropriate stage.

Hope that helps Smile

What would the weight in grams be for the coconut flour substitution? Searched the net and got 3 very different answers. Also, if using the Marinara substitution for the boiling water, should it be warmed before adding? Thanks

Smile Great rolls i have made about 3doz of these using fresh ground chia seeds and water instead of egg whites (as eggs are to expensive and also thinking of things to do with egg yolks) and turn out beautiful thank you so much for recipe.My husband loves them

Hi ClareNZ,

I've not tried them with the coconut flour mainly because of the number of eggs required, and we don't have a nut allergy here. The amount of coconut flour would be correct though, it is an extremely thirsty flour, and only a small amount is required.

As for the cider vinegar, I've never used it. Apparently it takes away a little of the 'gumminess' that psyllium husk causes. White vinegar would still be an acceptable substitute. You've reminded me to update the recipe here, as Maria only relatively recently added the vinegar quantity to her recipe.

I hope this helps you.

These look really interesting and could be a great answer to dietary needs.

Has anyone used the coconut flour variation?  The quantity of cocnut flour in the blog site seemed so much smaller that the almond flour.  Also, does anyone use the apple cider vinegar -  Is it essential?

Thanks, I'm looking forward to trying these.

 

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