Our Top 5 Best Sprouted Flour Bun and Roll Recipes for Entertaining
Some of the season’s sweetest memories begin with brunch or end with a selection of perfectly portioned desserts fit for festive occasions. Our Top 5 Best Sprouted Flour Bun and Roll Recipes for the Holidays feature five recipes that make entertaining family and friends so easy, you will look forward to sharing them all year long!
Sprouted Spelt Sticky Buns
These coconut sugar and maple syrup sweetened sticky buns have a surprisingly wholesome side—made with 100% whole grain sprouted spelt flour, they sneak the goodness of sprouted whole grains into every delicious bite. So, you can smile with satisfaction when you serve these decadent rolls with their gooey, maple pecan bottoms for holiday brunch! Whether you are a child or just a child at heart, the sticky fingered joy of this sweet and simple sprouted flour recipe is the stuff special occasions and holiday memories are made of.
Sprouted Khorasan Orange Cinnamon Rolls with Eggnog Icing
Bursting with the flavor of orange and dripping with plant-based holiday cheer, these golden, sprouted khorasan flour cinnamon buns are sure to be a new festive family favorite. Whether you make them the centerpiece at your Christmas breakfast table or greet the season’s guests with a warm tray of orange-infused sprouted flour cinnamon rolls baked from scratch and drizzled with vegan eggnog icing, this recipe will make any occasion feel like a celebration!
Sprouted Spelt Cardamom Buns
Soft, buttery, and fragrant, one taste of these sprouted spelt flour cardamom buns is all it takes to inspire a new holiday baking tradition! Kathy’s wholesome, plant-based twist on a traditional dairy butter- and white flour-based Swedish cardamom bun, organic sprouted spelt flour adds a nutty richness to a tasty recipe made for entertaining. And cardamom’s distinct aroma—with all the sophisticated citrusy, floral, piney, peppery warmth and sweetness this special spice brings to seasonal baking—shines in this grown-up treat.
Apple Butter Cinnamon Rolls
Warm up any fall or winter special occasion with a tray of Sondra’s sprouted flour Apple Butter Cinnamon Rolls. Perfect for holiday entertaining, this deliciously easy recipe starts with a wholesome, plant-based dough made with our Sprouted Spelt Flour or Sprouted Whole Wheat Flour. Then it trades traditional sugar and spice filling for a generous layer of naturally sweet apple butter dusted with cinnamon. Rolled, sliced, and baked until golden brown, these better-for-you cinnamon rolls are scrumptious served for breakfast as soon as they are cool enough to pop out of the pan. Or turn them into a holiday-worthy dessert with a delicate drizzle—or extravagant smear—of apple butter frosting!
No Knead Spelt Dinner Rolls
Our holiday table would not be complete without a basket filled with freshly baked dinner rolls. That’s why our list of the Top 5 Sprouted Flour Buns and Rolls to Bake from Scratch ends with our never-fail sprouted flour dinner roll recipe. Soft and super easy to make, this plant-based dinner roll recipe uses 55% sprouted spelt flour and 45% bread flour for the perfect balance of golden brown fluffiness and whole grain goodness. And every holiday meal cook will appreciate how little hands-on time this recipe takes—simply mix, shape, place, and let the yeast do most of the work before you bake! (Just what you need when entertaining a crowd!)
Bake buns for holiday breakfast or new year’s brunch. Sprinkle extra spice into a sweet seasonal treat to share with friends. Or make wholesomely fluffy must-have dinner rolls to serve with a festive family meal. Whatever you celebrate, we hope these sprouted flour recipes help you fill your table with food made with love.
Seek sweet or savory sprouted flour recipes by the slice to expand your healthy holiday entertaining options? Check out our collection of 6 Sweet & Savory Sprouted Bread Recipes for Special Occasions. Or use the Types filter in the Family Recipes section on our site to find more sprouted flour bread inspiration any meal of the year!