There are times along this gluten free road that I really, really envy the kids. A lot. When dinner time comes around and I serve soup, that would be about the time. I miss tearing into a nice slice of buttered gluten free bread and dunking it into my soup.
These gluten free garlic parmesan dinner rolls have helped ease that pain. Easy to make and delicious! I don't envy them anymore. They taste exactly like regular gluten filled rolls and offer plenty of flavor. They are also amazing gluten free dinner rolls, soup rolls or even sandwich rolls.
I'm not going to lie. Tomorrow these rolls will have ham and some mayo wedged into them for my lunch. I often have to eat at my desk and work through the lunch hour. I have kids running in and out of my office. They are always wanting to know what I am eating. When I tell them I'm eating gluten free rolls, they crinkle their noses in disgust. I've learned if you just say "gluten free" you can pretty much guarantee that nobody will touch your food or want to try it. It works with my kids all the time. And now it's been tried and tested on all my school kids.
Except for one kid. Dubbed my "foodie frequent flyer" this kid has turned me onto some of the best gluten free foods. He also has food allergies and "forgets" and eats foods he shouldn't. He ends up with a stomachache and a trip to my office. He and I chat food from time to time and he's raved about brands his Mom buys. Everytime I have these rolls he raves over how "bread like" they look. I would absolutely agree. And the taste is very bread like too. I don't feel envious at all!
these are really some of the easiest, best tasting rolls you will enjoy.
Recipe inspired by My Gluten Free Kitchen
The food processor used here is the Hamilton Beach Professional 14 Cup Dicing Food Processor. I was given one to try and review. All opinions of the product are my own. The food processor can be purchased on Amazon.com