This recipe is one of the first bread recipes that I tried back when we started the diet, and it is one I still use constantly. It is my understanding that a mom made this recipe for her son, Noah. I am not sure if this is true or the name of the person who invented this recipe, but it has been a life saver.
Our family uses the recipe for the easiest hamburger or hot dog buns or pigs in a blanket. It is tasty, can be made into different shapes, and travels well. I have even mixed up the dry ingredients in a heavy-duty zip closer bag (write the baking temperature and time along with the wet ingredient amounts on the bag) and brought the mix on trips where I will have access to an oven. They bake up so quickly that I can make them while I am making the rest of my dinner. I have even made them quickly before school for the lunch boxes when I have realized I had no other GFCF bread made. If you would rather purchase a mix, http://missroben.com carries one called Noah’s bread and a copy of the recipe is in the newsletter archives (Thanksgiving newsletter) http://missroben.com/id1195.html .
With tomatoes ripening up in the garden, I will be making these tasty rolls into BLT’s this week. I like to slice the roll, brush the inside of the bun with olive oil and fry in a pan until toasted. Fill with crispy bacon, crunchy lettuce and tomatoes still warm from the sun-filled garden and enjoy! Ahhhh…one of my favorite summertime treats.