Easy Gluten-Free Butter Rolls
Gluten-Free Butter Rolls – buttery, easy, yeast-free and made in 30 minutes. A delicious roll perfect for serving alongside a bowl of soup or stew. But, my favourite way of serving the butter rolls is for brunch. Add a poached egg, cream cheese or your favourite marmalade. YUM!
Who doesn’t love soft buttery rolls? This recipe is probably the easiest yeast-free, gluten-free roll recipe you will find. To prepare the dough, first mix dry ingredients, and then add the wet ingredients. Combine until smooth and bake in a muffin pan – simple!
What are butter rolls?
The rolls are smaller and are made with butter, making them pillowy and tender. In these gluten-free butter rolls, there is no added yeast, making this a quick bread recipe.
I love making quick bread dough because you don’t have to wait for the dough to rise. So a great recipe when you are short on time.
keeping the butter roll recipe simple
When I decided to create a recipe for gluten-free butter rolls, I wanted them to be soft, without yeast and with a good dose of butter flavour. I thought it would be super easy to create the recipe, but I must confess it took me many many tries before they rolls came out perfect.
To keep the texture of the rolls soft and moist, I had to add something else besides butter. It was the addition of sour cream that made these rolls perfect.
Tips on how to achieve the best gluten-free butter rolls
To keep the recipe simple, I used a gluten-free flour blend. Now, this is where you must pay attention. First, not all flour blends are created equal. I tried five different blends, and only two gave me the results I was looking for. I achieved best results using better batter or cup4cup flour.
The other three blends I used worked but didn’t entirely give me the texture I was looking for. And my advice, never use a flour blend that includes bean flour, this blend did not work at all.
measuring flour the right way
For measuring the flour, ALWAYS use a scoop to fill the measuring cup. Never dip the measuring cup into the flour. By dipping the measuring cup into the flour, you will end up with more flour than the recipe calls for, making the rolls dry.
For the yeast-free dough, do not overwork it, or the rolls will become heavy. And finally, you must bake it immediately.
- The right flour blend
- Use a scoop to fill the measuring cup
- Do not overwork the dough
- Bake as soon as the dough comes together
If you have extra time for a soft roll recipe that uses yeast, you must try the gluten-free pull-apart soft rolls. It is our most downloaded soft roll recipe.
*As an Amazon Associate and member of other affiliate programs, I earn from qualifying purchases. Please check out my sponsorship and disclosure policy page for more details
Leave a Comment
Add a Rating
Gluten Free Cheesy Garlic Rolls
I would describe these gluten-free cheesy garlic rolls as crusty garlic bread with melted cheese in the center. Garlic bread never tasted this good. The tasty gluten-free rolls go especially well with Italian food or hearty stew Read More
Gluten-Free Cheesy Crescent Rolls Recipe
Extra buttery, pillowy soft, Gluten-Free Cheesy Crescent Rolls. A combo that will have your eyes roll back! These crescent rolls are just in time for Easter or special brunch like Mother’s Day or Father’s Day. If you have a little extra time, I recommend trying this crescent rolls recipe. This is a basic gluten-free crescent […] Read More
4 – Ingredient Gluten-Free Cheese Buns
4 – Ingredient Gluten-Free Cheese Buns – who said gluten-free baking has to be complicated? These buns have a sourdough texture and are slightly crusty on the outside. The best part, this gluten-free bun recipe is easy enough for even novice bakers. ways to serve cheese buns These gluten-free cheese buns make a tasty addition […] Read More