Dairy Free Dinner Rolls?
- juliejulez Nov 23, 2013 12:47 PM
I've been tasked with bringing dinner rolls to Thanksgiving dinner at my aunt's house. They need to be dairy free due to some allergies. Lactose-free milk is not OK to use, but almond milk is.
So, any good recipes out there for dairy-free dinner rolls? I have a good recipe for potato based, but they require dairy for the mashed potatoes used in them.
The Grandmother Bread from ChickensInTheRoad.com has no dairy and no fat. I know... sounds like it shouldn't work, but it does. She has lots of variations that do include dairy and fat (LOVE the cornmeal rolls).
Alternatively, if you are happy with your potato rolls, I think you can just leave out the dairy, subbing in some of the water used to cook the potatoes. My mother made great potato rolls and she never used any milk/butter when she mashed the potatoes for them.
Great, thanks everyone. I have a lactose intolerant in my house but he's OK with some cheese and other dairy, so doing absolutely no dairy is a new one for me! I think I'll do a test run w/ the instant mashed to see how they are with water or stock instead of the milk. My potato roll recipe is my grandmother's and it's just so good, so I hope it all works out!
Sorry I don't have a recipe for you, just a word of caution. I too was looking for a good recipe as 2 of my 3 kids are highly allergic to dairy and I found this. If you are preparing instant mashed potatoes I would make sure that dairy isn't on the ingredient list, as even minute quantities can trigger a allergic reaction. Fleishman's unsalted margarine is dairy free but contains soy. As Trockwood mentioned Earth's Balance has a dairy free alternative as well.