Dinner Rolls

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With an incredibly soft and fluffy texture and scrumptious homemade taste, our Challah rolls easily surpass the taste of regular Challahs. These delicious rolls do not crumble and can go straight from the freezer to your table without being reheated.

Preparation Instructions

Thaw and Serve, Lightly Toast For a Crispy Crust

  • Quantity: 4 Rolls
  • Storage: Keep Frozen
  • NET Weight: 7.0 oz (198.0 g)
  • Product Code: 1026
  • Quantity: 6 Bags
  • Storage: Keep Frozen
  • NET Weight: 42.0 oz (1191.0 g)
  • Product Code: 6026
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Ingredients:

GLUTEN FREE FLOUR (TAPIOCA STARCH, WHITE RICE FLOUR, CORN STARCH, SOY FLOUR, FLAXSEED MEAL), WATER, EGGS, PALM OIL, HONEY, BROWN SUGAR, XANTHAN GUM, SALT, DRY YEAST, APPLE CIDER VINEGAR, SESAME SEEDS.

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02/05/2021
Anonymous
United States United States
Soft wonderful Rolls!!

Absolutely love these rolls. They don’t taste gluten free but like rolls did before I knew about my gluten issues.

C
02/05/2021
Cyndi
United States United States
Pretty Good

I like these rolls. I toasted it in the oven and added a bit of butter. It’s was almost like a “regular” roll, but I agree with other comments that they could cut down on the seeds.

IY
01/26/2021
Irene Y.
United States United States
Dinner rolls.

good just a little too much seeds, other then that was good,

A
01/14/2021
Anonymous
United States United States

I wish you would pack in bags like Schaars. I do not have a large freezer and some have spoiled. I really like your recipe.

CW
01/11/2021
Carolyn W.
United States United States
Good

Pretty good, enjoy the sesame seeds