This recipe was inspired by one of my followers who was looking to recreate a healthier version of one of her "old favorites"...Bojangles Bo-Berry Biscuits. Now, I will admit that I have never actually had one of them before, but I did do a little research on them and she also sent me a copy of a conventional recipe for them as well (as in it was not grain free or no sugar added). So, I set out to make a grain free recipe for Glazed Blueberry Breakfast Rolls modeled after the Bo-Berry Biscuits.
These turned out amazing! They are topped with a vanilla glaze that can be used as either a fluffy vanilla frosting when chilled or a luscious vanilla glaze when warmed or spread over one of these warm sweet rolls. I tested them using frozen organic wild blueberries as well as dried blueberries. I prefer to glaze these as I eat them (one at a time) and not all at once. I simply pop one into the microwave for just a few seconds (not more than 10 seconds) and then spread with the glaze mixture as it melts and runs down the sides. If you were serving them to a group, I would warm the glaze and then top them all at once instead. I hope you love these as much as I do. If you wanted to, you could toss in a couple diced strawberries swapped for half of the blueberries. With the white vanilla glaze, red strawberries and blueberries, you would have the perfect "Independence Day/4th of July" breakfast treat! I really enjoyed these and found them to be a cross between a buttermilk biscuit and a sweet roll...you know, sort of a "biscuit-like sweet roll." Check out a few photos below. To get the recipe, please click here: Blueberry Breakfast Rolls. Enjoy!
|Pat and smooth with dampened fingertips|