eat: pull apart dinner bread rolls

Update: have also made pull apart bread rolls into a Christmas tree, view details here.

pull-apart focaccia dinner rolls

I had to give these a whirl after stumbling across the mother huddles easy pull apart dinner bread rolls. I used my own bread recipe, but shaped the bread rolls with their method. Pinch off and roll small dough balls and place 3 together in a well oiled muffin tray. In my hot hot oven (I keep a pizza stone in the bottom), they took just under 10 minutes to cook at approx 220 °C.

I do belive Xaria is shoving aside her big brother

Drool worthy as far as my husband was concerned. Mr 7 wasn’t into the focaccia-ness of the bread. Miss 21 months had fun pulling her’s apart. Miss 9 took the left over rolls in her lunchbox today.

Also, I no longer use sugar to activate yeast when I make bread. I use flour instead and it works perfectly. The yeast converts the starch from the flour into sugar. It’s all part of my hatred against the evilness of sugar. I can’t believe how much added sugar is hidden in our every day foods, so I now refuse to use it (where possible) when I am cooking from scratch.

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3 Responses to eat: pull apart dinner bread rolls

  1. Michelle says:

    Yum! they look so good. I’ve always left the sugar out of the bread I’ve made. Stupid me didn’t even know it was to activate the yeast. Will have to give this a try :)

  2. Destri says:

    Oh, now I am intrigued on the not using sugar bit. I didn’t know it was used to activate the yeast either!
    We have cut way back on our sugar, and when you start paying attention, it is crazy how it is in everything.
    Thanks so much for the mention!

  3. Lesley says:

    Do you care sharing your bread recipe ? I am keen to use one without sugar too.

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