Low Carb Carbalose Cinnamon Walnut Rolls

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My all-time favorites from long ago and far away were Rich Rum Sticky Buns from The New Basics cookbook by Julee Rosso & Sheila Lukins but alas…I can eat them no more.  To look at my copy of the book you would think it was 60 years old but really-I have only had it 28-30.

 All my other Carbalose Recipes are listed at the bottom of the Carbalose Informational Page.

As I am a Type II diabetic, all recipes on this website are low carb and diabetic friendly.

Carbalose Cinnamon Walnut Rolls
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Dough
  1. 1½ C Carbalose Flour
  2. 2 T Coconut Flour
  3. 2 T Golden Flaxseed Meal
  4. 2 T Refined Coconut Oil (plus 1 t For Oiling Pan)
  5. 2 T Gluten
  6. ½ t Salt
  7. ⅛ t Guar Gum
  8. ⅛ t Xanthan Gum
  9. 1 Large Beaten Egg (Reserve 1 T)
  10. ¼ C Warm Heavy Cream
  11. 12 Drops Liquid Sucralose
  12. ½ C Warm Water
  13. 1½ T Yeast
  14. 1 t Sugar
Filling
  1. 2 C Ground Walnuts (Reserve ½ C)
  2. 2 t Cinnamon
  3. ½ C Sweetener Of Choice (I Use Just Like Sugar Baking)
  4. ½ C Soft Butter
Drizzle
  1. 1½ Oz Cream Cheese
  2. 3 T Warm Heavy Cream
  3. 1½ t Vanilla Extract
  4. ¼ C Melted Butter
  5. 6 Drops Liquid Sucralose
Directions
  1. Put first 8 ingredients in processor.
  2. Bloom yeast with sugar in warm water for 10 minutes.
  3. Add Sucralose to top of bloomed yeast.
  4. Mix egg, reserve 1 T and then add cream.
  5. Start processor and add water & yeast and cream & egg mixtures and process for a minute or so.
  6. Carbalose flour is not sticky but eggs are so this time your dough might be a little sticky and as you are forming the rectangle to put into your pan it will then end up pretty much non-sticky.
  7. Since you will be rolling this into a rectangle, place dough in a small bread pan, cover with film and let rise about 30 minutes.
  8. Invert dough onto bench floured countertop (or your trusty Silpat which gives you the perfect sizing with an inch overhang all the way around) and roll out rectangle to about 12”x16”.
  9. Brush 2” egg wash around the perimeter of the dough.
  10. Mix nuts, cinnamon, & sweetener.
  11. Spread butter on dough, (if you have a small off-set spatula this works perfectly) this time leaving it about ½” around perimeter. Don’t cover all your egg wash as this is your “glue”.
  12. Sprinkle nut filling evenly on butter and roll making sure the bottom is tightly glued.
  13. Again, if you use a Silpat you will not need any bench flour.
  14. If, after you roll your dough and it is not 16” it will easily stretch and if you get any butter-sugar mixture on the counter, put in onto the top of the rolls after cutting and panning. With seam down-gently slice log into 16 rolls about 1” wide.
  15. In an oiled 10"x10" pan make 4 rows of four-making sure the tails are turned inward so they won’t unroll. If using a 9"x13" pan just put in as evenly as possible.
  16. Cover and rise 30-45 minutes. They will not rise too much but they should get a bit taller.
  17. Put Rolls in 340 degree preheated oven for 30-35 minutes or until golden brown. Cool slightly.
  18. Put cream cheese in small bowl and beat. Add melted butter, Sucralose (or ¼ C Just Like Sugar Brown) & vanilla and start adding the warm heavy cream a little at a time until it will “drizzle”.
  19. Pour drizzle all over top and sprinkle with remaining walnut mixture.
  20. Best served warm and if not warm then best just served. These rolls freeze well.
  21. 16 Servings
  22. 250 Calories, 5.6g Protein, 7.4g Carbs, 3.1g Fiber, 4.3g Net Carbs
Notes
  1. I have shown a couple of way to make the rolls and these are the differences: In the upper pics they were done in a 9x5 bread pan which of course was deeper and more or less caramelized the rolls because they were only subjected to heat on the top. I use Just Like Sugar in the glaze and by the time I got to it, it had gone into a “frosting like state” so I frosted them instead of using the drizzle. In the lower pics, I used a 9” shallow round glass pie pan while making the drizzle with Just Like Sugar “Brown”, hence the caramel color, and warm enough to actually drizzle. The rolls, because of surrounding heat, were a bit firmer on the edges. I also drizzled them while the rolls were right out of the oven so it would soak into them. All I can say they are terrific both ways.
  2. Sorry, but I only do eight rolls at a time because though they freeze perfectly, it would take me 4 months of Sundays to eat them all.
  3. Although to my mind walnuts are traditional, pecans or a combination may be substituted for walnuts.
  4. The rolls will literally slide out of either baking pan you use which is why they show so well on a another pan.
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