Gluten-Free Recipes – EASY Gluten-Free Dinner Rolls

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While gluten-free dinner rolls were one of my most elusive achievements, the recipe that I developed was so complicated and required such difficult to attain ingredients that I never even posted the recipe to this blog.  Gluten-free bread that tastes as good at gluten-filled bread is tough to make or find — and rolls, they require even more exceptional skill and care.   While I had had success making cheese rolls with the Chebe roll mix, they weren’t really the type of dinner rolls that I craved.  At Thanksgiving this year I decided to give the Chebe bread all-purpose mix a try with a few adaptations.  They were so tasty and unbelievably easy – I feel as though I’ve conquered the unconquerable!

Easy Gluten-Free Dinner Rolls Recipe

Makes 12 small rolls


2 Tablespoons sweet cream butter, softened

2 Tablespoons granulated sugar

2 large eggs, room temperature

1 package Chebe all-purpose gluten-free baking mix

5-6 Tablespoons whole milk

Preheat oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit

In a medium mixing bowl, using a fork or spoon, mix butter with sugar, add eggs and the Chebe all-purpose mix.  Stir until the mixture forms even-sized crumbs.  Add 3 tablespoons milk and mix.  Add 2-3 more tablespoons milk and continue to stir with spoon.  Once the mixture is almost even, work with your hands until smooth.  Divide dough in quarters and then break into three pieces and roll into balls.  Place each roll onto a lightly greased cookie sheet.

At 10 minutes, rotate cookie sheet. After another 8 minutes remove from oven and gently top with a bit of butter (I just use a stick of butter and glide it over the top).  Return to oven and continue to cook for 2-7 minutes or until very-lightly browned.

As you are getting ready for more holiday dinners and celebrations, these will please your guests and no one will ever suspect how easy they were to make or that they are gluten-free!

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Jenn Oddenino said,

December 15, 2008 @ 6:20 pm

Once again I have to comment…best rolls ever! There is something about the texture I love( It’s chewy but light)!! This is another food that you just can’t have one of! Hopefully you will be making these for christmas as well…hint,hint!

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Grace Robertson said,

April 19, 2011 @ 9:02 pm

Is it possible to make these with water or soy milk instead of the whole milk? Thanks!

John Valenty said,

June 9, 2011 @ 7:00 pm

These look great! I love Chebe products I use them all the time. I love their cinnamon roll mix and I’m going to try their pizza dough mix later on in the week. Can’t wait to try these rolls too.

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