Buttoni's Low-Carb Recipes

Einkorn Dinner Rolls

Posted on: June 28, 2019

Einkorn Dinner Rolls (2)

These are my best dinner roll creation on low-carb to date.  Soft inside; slightly chewy crust and a marvelous flavor!  And they rose up nicer than any I’ve made before, too!

My husband even liked these hot out of the oven with butter, and he’s hard to please low-carb wise.  These have a nice mouth feel one finds in a traditional yeast bread.  I even included some dissolved yeast but that’s just added for flavor.

These make very nice sliders for lunch, too.  Here’s a close-up on the smooth texture:

I order my non-GMO Einkorn flour direct from Jovial Foods.  Some have found it at Safeway and other stores, but I’ve not been so lucky.  Einkorn is real, ancient wheat, that has not been hybridized.  I use only the tiniest amounts in the occasional baked goods recipes.  It brings so much texture and flavor for little carbs if used sparingly to enhance alternate flours.  This recipe is not suitable until you are near goal weight (Pre-Maintenance).

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VARIATION:   Sprinkle some of my 8-Seed Blend on tops of the rolls before baking:

DRY INGREDIENTS:

½ c. almond flour

2 T. Einkorn flour

½ c. egg white protein powder (I use NOW brand)

2 T. oat fiber

2 T. coconut flour

1 T. baking powder

2 T. golden flax meal (dark flax or a mixture can be used for a darker, nuttier-tasting bread)

¼ tsp. sea salt

3 T. psylium husk powder (I use NOW brand)

WET INGREDIENTS:

1 tsp. dry yeast dissolved in 2 T. warm water + pinch sugar (consumed by yeast)

5 eggs, beaten

3 T. olive oil

¼ c. egg whites (I used the ones in a carton)

½ c. boiling water (added last)

DIRECTIONS:  Preheat oven to 350º.  Grease or oil a standard muffin tin and set aside.    Dissolve yeast in 2 T. warm water and add a tiny pinch sugar.  Set aside.  In a large mixing bowl, measure out all dry ingredients.  Stir well.  In another medium bowl, add the first 5 wet ingredients (all but the boiling water) and beat with a fork.  Add the dissolved yeast mixture to the wet ingredients and stir.   Now add the wet ingredients to the dry ingredients and beat well using a rubber spatula. Slowly add the boiling water to the batter and stir to blend. Batter will be lumpy.  Now, using a whisk, beat until batter is smoother (about 15 times is all it should take).  Spoon batter into greased muffin tin cups 3/4 full evenly distributing the batter as best you can.  I actually used a silicone muffin pan.  Bake at 350º for around 30 minutes, but check them at 20 minutes as ovens vary. If not firm and dry to touch on tops, cook 5 or so minutes longer.  Remove from oven and in a few minutes, lift out with knife tip or tip onto board to finish cooling.  Serve warm.

NUTRITIONAL INFO:   Makes 12 dinner rolls, each contains:

123 calories, 8.56 g fat, 6.53 g carbs, 3.93 g fiber, 2.6 g NET CARBS, 4.85 g protein, 222 mg sodium

 

2 Responses to "Einkorn Dinner Rolls"

I just started baking a few months back and I’m trying to figure out when and why to use yeast. The recipe calls for both yeast and wheat flour. There is no mention of proofing or time for the dough to rise. If there is no need for rising, why use yeast?
Thanks for the recipe!
William

I add yeast to low-carb breads (but without the sugar to proof) for the flavor, not the rise. You see, William, low carbers do not eat sugar. Although many will tell you the yeast “consumes” the sugar and it’s not detrimental, I don’t really buy into that theory.

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