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  • Little Northern Bakehouse Gluten-Free Classic Dinner Rolls

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      Everything you expect in a great dinner roll is captured in these rolls, and they make perfect gluten-free sliders.

    Little Northern Bakehouse Gluten-Free Classic Dinner Rolls. Image: Mei Adams
    Caption: Little Northern Bakehouse Gluten-Free Classic Dinner Rolls. Image: Mei Adams

    Celiac.com 10/16/2020 - I was lucky enough to discover Little Northern Bakehouse's Classic Dinner Rolls just in time for the holidays.

    If you've not tried their products before, be sure to check out our reviews of their Hot Dog & Hamburger Buns, Sandwich Bread, Sprouted Honey and Oat & 7 Grain Breads, and their wonderful Bagels. A common theme through all Little Northern Bakehouse products is their focus on healthy versions of each product which are certified gluten-free, high in fiber (each dinner roll contains 2g), vegan and allergy-friendly, and are also non-GMO. 

    Soft & Chewy Gluten-Free Dinner Rolls

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    Everything you expect in a great dinner roll is captured in these rolls. Not only are they packaged just how you like them—in a rectangle containing six delicious rolls that you can quickly warm up in the oven, but they also behave exactly how you remember—they are soft yet stretchy as you will find when you slowly tear them apart. 

    For best results apply a some butter or margarine before biting into them, which is when you will discover the wonderful chewiness and taste that you've missed ever since cutting out gluten. They really do taste just like my mom's homemade dinner rolls that I remember being served for the holidays!

    Looking for Perfect Gluten-Free Sliders?

    Look no further...you have found them! These soft, chewy dinner rolls make perfect gluten-free sliders. Leave them stuck together and carefully pull apart the bottoms from the tops, then put them on an oven-safe platter and add your favorite slider filler like cooked ground beef with melted cheese, sloppy joe mix and close slaw, or go vegan with grilled Portobello mushrooms or Eggplant. I promise that you won't believe they are gluten-free—yet they are!

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