5 Reviews

Terrible - makes a very runny batter like for pancakes. Definitely not for buns. A waste of ingredients.

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direland8359 October 18, 2015

Recipe description and batter did not match each other. Waste of ingredients. Bummer..... not sure how to get the consistency that the author of the recipe says to. Humph....

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Cathy C. July 10, 2015

These rolls were very easy to make and turned out great. I made sandwiches with them. A lot of gluten free breads crumble, but these rolls held up really well.

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Betsy June 14, 2015

These are awesome, gourmet even! I have a lot of new allergies, including yeast and gluten, and I am used to settling for something that doesn't taste anything like what I used to be able to eat. But these were great! I made the recipe as is and I cooked them on a cookie sheet.

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laurenbergstrom January 01, 2014

All-in-all, a very solid recipe for yeast-free, gluten-free hamburger buns. I halved the recipe and used Bob's Red Mill GF flour plus xanthan gum. The finished product was a little on the sweet side, so I'll probably reduce the sugar in the next batch I make, but I'll definitely be making a second batch--and soon! My non-GF spouse thinks that they're similar in texture and appearance to McDonald's buns. These are the closest to the "real thing" that I've ever had, and worlds better than commercially-produced GF bread products.

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April in DE January 31, 2011
Gluten-Free, Yeast-Free Sandwich and Hamburger Buns