The Real-Deal Dinner Rolls

using CorEats Almond Flour Bread Mix



Ahhhh, who dreams of a warm roll, dripping with butter!? Or maybe delicious BBQ pulled-pork and coleslaw, piled high atop a soft, crusty bun? Perhaps your idea of dinner is an EVERYTHING burger? Or do if you prefer building a breakfast sandwich, the buck stops here, baby!

Not only will these rolls come in handy, but you will love how EASY these are to make. Pair with your favorite seasoning, bake, and enjoy! Delightfully delicious, wholesome food freedom! Watch here


Here’s what you’ll need...



Dinner Rolls

1 CorEats Almond Flour Bread Mix 

Cast iron biscuit pan*

*Lodge is my favorite cast iron. You can also use a silicone muffin pan. Amazon link is at bottom of page.




1. Preheat oven to 350°

2. Follow all package instructions for my Almond Flour Bread batter (including pre-heating oven and baking dish preparation). If using a cast iron pan or seasoned stone muffin pan, warm in a preheating oven. Remove warmed pan and spray with oil before the next step. For those using a regular muffin or silicone pan, make sure it’s non-stick and oiled well.

3. Pour the bread batter into the prepared baking pan. Fill each mold 1 inch deep -This will fall somewhere between ¼-1/3cup depending on how thick you want your rolls. When using the Lodge cast iron corn bread pans, I tend to favor ¼ cup.

4. Lightly oil/butter tops. A spray oil, or olive oil drizzle works great. Add your favorite seasoning* 

*Seasoning options are up to you! A personal favorite around here is Steel City Salt Company's  “Bagel On Grant,” which is a nice blend of garlic, salt, sesame and onion. Salt flakes  or sesame seeds are also great options.  Have fun with it!

5. Bake at 350° for 20 min, or until a toothpick comes out clean.




*Toast in the morning and build a english muffin breakfast sandwich!

*Watch our process here!


Leave a comment

Please note, comments must be approved before they are published