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November 20, 2011

Sunday Morning Chebe Gluten Free Cinnamon Rolls

I am always inspired on Sunday morning to experiment in the kitchen. With the holidays right around the corner, I am anxious to try new products and add to my ever growing collection of gluten free recipes. This past week I spotted Chebe Cinnamon Roll Mix at Whole Foods. Over the past 4 years I have NEVER seen a mix for cinnamon rolls. I am happy to report that the cinnamon rolls turned out just as delicious as they appeared on the box! The consistency of the dough was similar to working with regular wheat flours.


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2 tips in preparing the Cinnamon Roll Mix:

  • I rolled the dough out on a cutting board covered with wax paper. I didn’t have to use additional flour to keep the dough from sticking to the surface. When baking I always try to limit the amount of flour I use; excessive flour contributes to a denser, tougher, less flavorful finished product.
  • After rolling dough tightly I used a knife that was coated with butter so the dough would pull apart easier.

First bite a crunchy surface followed by fluffy sweet, cinnamon bread with no funky aftertaste and sticky golden brown syrup- YUM!






7 comments:

  1. They look wonderful! Not like mine, which came out of the oven looking dry ~ Did you glaze them with anything afterwards?

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    1. Hi Tina, Thanks for stopping by! I didn't put a glaze but I MIGHT of adding some butter ;)Have a great day!

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    2. The taste was good, but the texture was like little hockey pucks... I'll have to try again.

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  2. These look delicious. I haven't bought any chebe products in a while. Looks like I am missing out on some wonderful new things.

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    1. Thanks Kathryn! Yes, I really enjoy these, I have been meaning to try Chebe's Focaccia Bread Mix. Happy Saturday!

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  3. I have seen some recipes that people are adding baking powder to Chebe's bread mixes, I have done it with the Original bread mix, and it does seem to soften it up a bit.

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    1. Hi Linda, thanks for stopping by! I have never tried that before. Anything to make gluten free bread a little softer I am all ears! :)

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