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Taslyn's Raised Sweet Rolls
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Recipe Created By: Lisa Stevenson
1 Tbsp yeast
1 cup goat milk or water
1/2 cup honey
1/2 cup melted Smart Balance Lite spread or other margarine
1 tsp salt
1 cup buckwheat flour
1 cup white rice flour
1 cup brown rice flour
1/3 cup tapioca starch
2/3 cup potato starch
4 tsp xanthan gum
Proof yeast in warm goat's milk. Mix in honey, eggs and melted spread. Mix salt, flours, starches and xanthan gum in separate bowl, then stir into wet mix. Blend well and cover to rise for 1-4 hours.
Punch down and drop big globs onto cookie sheet. Rise again 1-4 hours.
Bake for 10 minutes or so in a 250-300F oven. Enjoy!
Our original recipe is for butterhorns, an heirloom family tradition around the holidays. This recipe was adapted for our baby's first Thanksgiving. And it works!
If not avoiding wheat, trade out all the flours, starches and xanthan gum for a total of 4 cups wheat flour.
NOTE: Goat milk is not considered safe for those with cow's milk allergy. This recipe is only dairy-free if made with water or dairy-free milk alternative and dairy-free margarine.
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