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Homestead Gluten-Free Soft'n Hearty Easy Roll Mix


The finished gluten-free rolls.

I have to admit that I haven't had the best luck when preparing gluten-free yeast breads until I had the opportunity to try Homestead Gluten Free Soft'n Hearty Easy Roll Mix.  This gluten-free mix was truly easy to prepare and I loved having the flexibility to shape the rolls as desired, and each roll rose beautifully.  The smell of fresh-baked bread filled our home and we couldn't wait to give them a try.  The rolls came out spongy, moist and, most importantly, they tasted great!  It's a good thing they are easy to prepare since I am already receiving requests from my family to make more.

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Suzanne
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07 Jun 2011 11:03:20 AM PDT
Absolutely delicious!! I am ready to make the second batch then I am going to make sandwich buns. And I just have to try the cinnamon rolls. Thank you for this mix. Hope you come out with more things.

 
Michelle
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27 Nov 2011 4:13:02 PM PDT
Agreed. We were invited to Thanksgiving with family in NY. They graciously made Soft 'n Hearty rolls for me. They were great...no grittiness when dipped in gravy. They made a nice breakfast sandwich, too. They reported they were very easy to make. Looking forward to trying the mix myself.

 
Deb
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26 Jul 2012 3:10:43 PM PDT
I just tried this mix in my bread maker. It makes a fabulous white bread. I followed the directions on my bread maker and put the liquid ingredients in the bottom and then the mix and I sprinkled the yeast on top and set the breadmachine to the gluten-free setting. It came out so good! I love it!




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