Low Carb Rolls (psyllium)

This is a recipe I got over from AllDayIDreamAboutFood. :) It is a low carb, all purpose bread that can be made into rolls, buns, or even a loaf of bread. I use this one so frequently that I have not one, not two, but three copies of the recipe printed out. Apparently I didn’t think I’d printed it and/or couldn’t find it several times. :)

I usually make hot dog buns, hamburger buns, or rolls with it. This time I made rolls out of the dough. Here is how I did it.

I started by weighing out Trim Healthy Mama psyllium husk and then grinding it into a powder with my clean, dry coffee grinder.

Then I measure the dry ingredients into my KitchenAid mixer bowl and whisk it.

Then add in the wet ingredients, generally including the higher amount of water in the directions. (I don’t dump it all in at once but have found that I usually need the larger amount.)

I do not use the dough attachment, just the regular beater attachment.

After letting the dough sit the required time, I divide it into fourths and then into 3 to form a total of 12 rolls.

I bake them for the full hour to ensure that they are fluffy and not gooey inside at all.

This night we had them with baked pizza meatballs.

So, head on over to Carolyn Ketchum’s blog and get the recipe.

Until next time,

Michele ºÜº

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