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I am a huge empathy advocate and have been rooting for the underdog since I was a kid.  Words have always been my friend.  But, as I try to learn new tricks myself, one of my goals is to make better use of social media.

I am returning to my love of baking and creating new recipes.  Collecting cookbooks and food magazines, I began copying down interesting recipes in notebooks and on index cards from the time I was a teenager.

There is amazing food photography available online and I can appreciate the artistry of those with wonderful skills and talents.  They truly create a feast for the eyes.  While there are elaborate steps for the kitchen-enhanced and time-blessed, I strive to create good food that is fairly easy to prepare and becomes a delicious addition to recipes already made and enjoyed.

If you do use and make this recipe, I would love to see your photos! You can tag photos on Instagram @theempathyqueen . It would be great to hear if you liked it.

Molasses Multigrain Rolls

molasses multigrain

This is a recipe that can be enhanced with added seeds – sesame, flax, poppy, shelled sunflower or pumpkin seeds inside or on top ~~ it is your own personal preference for how textured you like your bread.                                                                                                     @theempathyqueen


This recipe was created using a Kitchenaid Stand Mixer and dough hook.  I have not adapted it for use with a bread machine.  This recipe is kosher and non-dairy.  I chose my grains carefully to make the fiber and protein count.  If you choose to brush the top lightly with water, instead of an egg wash, it is perfectly vegan.  The oat flour and corn meal keep it from being too dense but blend beautifully.  If you cannot find oat flour near you, finely process rolled oats and measure out what you need.  Since I do a lot of baking, I bought a 4 oz. glass jar of Red Star® active dry yeast; it is much more economical.  Multigrain breads do not rise as high as other types, so I let it rest longer to rise higher.  If you like, you can also brush a very light coat of olive oil or melted honey on your just baked rolls.  Yum!

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