November 22nd, 2010

{recipe, kitchen aids} Honey Wheat Buttermilk Rolls & Tips for Baking with Whole Wheat

honey wheat buttermilk rolls

Let the baking commence!

The coming weeks will be filled with baking recipes and, let’s be honest, most will be sweet. ‘Tis the season. With that in mind, I decided to kick off the baking frenzy with some savory and, dare I say, healthy treats!

These Honey Wheat Buttermilk Rolls, perfect for the holiday table, are tangy and delicious, almost like whole wheat sourdough. The are also easy to make. No kneading. Just a stand mixer and time (unattended) for the dough to rise.

In addition to the recipe, I rounded up some tips on baking with whole wheat flour. Keeping just a few things in mind will ensure that your whole wheat baked goods stay fluffy and soft.

honey wheat buttermilk rolls 2

You’ll see that I slightly adapted the recipe from the always-brilliant Aimee of Simple Bites. There, she gives additional tips for baking with whole wheat. Between those and her genius technique of baking the rolls in a jar, it’s worth a pop on over. Seriously brilliant. And pretty, too.

(And the insides of these rolls aren’t too ugly, either!)

honey wheat buttermilk rolls interior

One Response

  1. Michelle says:

    I never knew you needed to add more liquid if you use whole wheat flour. Great tips!

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