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April 14, 2019Reviewer: Mary in Connecticut* Not exactly like a regular roll, but heated up with butter they are close enough to be satisfying.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpfulDecember 11, 2018Reviewer: Robert in Florida* First of all, it's low carb bread. No low carb bread I've ever had tastes like 'real' bread so take this review in that context
It's dense like the same company's hamburger buns. I gave the hamburger buns a 5 because I think the dense dough works better with the hamburgers than as dinner rolls. If you like heavier bread, you might give it a 5.
But for low carb bread products, they rank among the best of the best.
I won't be using them for dinner rolls but for small burgers or sausage patties, and for those, I'll probably re-order when I finish this pack.
July 16, 2017Reviewer: Elizabeth in West Virginia* Not exactly like a dinner roll I would eat before a low carb way of eating, but it serves the purpose.
January 20, 2017Reviewer: Rebecca in Massachusetts* For being low carb, I like the dinner rolls. I usually use them to make a breakfast sandwich with egg and cheese or egg and bacon. They are something I order on a regular basis.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpfulDecember 10, 2013Reviewer: Christee in South Carolina* So far I've tried several products by the Great Low Carb Bread Company. I like the dinner rolls very much but don't know they differ so much from the Great Low Carb hamburger rolls that I need to devote precious freezer space to storing versions of both. The dinner rolls are not perfect but are by far the best low carb roll I've tried. They do suffer a bit from the typical low carb chewy/spongy, slightly dense texture. I'd say these are probably most comparable to sourdough rolls in texture and density (not in flavor), as opposed to the soft, sweet or crusty wheat-based rolls. I detect no off flavors. They freeze and defrost beautifully, so I tend to prepare them one at a time. All in all, these are a nice addition to soup and salad dinners or alongside a meal.