What’s Thanksgiving like without any rolls? Hopefully, I will never find out. These Gluten-Free Vegan Teff Oat Rolls will look great on your table, and you’ll be beloved by any vegans or celiacs around your table. These rolls only need to rise once, so that makes your dinner come together fast.
You may have avoided making gluten-free bread because you think that you’ll need a lot of expensive, hard-to-find flours. The base of these rolls is a mixture of teff flour and oat flour. You may not have oat flour, but you probably have rolled oats in your pantry. Just throw some rolled oats into your food processor and process until small, and you’ve made your own oat flour!
The recipe has ground chia seeds and ground flax seed to act as a binder. I also added in some ground psyllium husk which keeps them moister and keeps them from crumbling.
Happy gluten-free baking!