Whole Wheat Butter Rolls (Zojirushi Home Bakery Virtuoso Plus Breadmaker, Ninja Combi and Flexbasket)



1 & 1/2 Cups Whole Milk (If using powdered milk, mix 1 & 1/2 cups water with 6 Tbs whole milk powder. They are fluffier when you use 1&1/2 cups, than when using just 1&1/4 cups.)
1 Large Egg, beaten
3 Cups Whole Wheat Flour, finely ground
1/2 cup Vital Wheat Gluten
3.5 Tbs Sugar substitute or sugar
1 tsp Salt
4 Tbs softened Butter
1 tsp Rapid rise or Bread Machine yeast


1 Large Egg, beaten
3 Tbs Water


  1. Add the dough ingredients to the bake pan in the exact order listed above.
    1. After adding the flour, the other ingredients go on the two far side walls.
    2. Ensure the vital wheat gluten is added in around all the edges of the bake pan.
    3. Make a small shallow well in the middle of the flour and add the yeast in it.
  2. Use the 2-pound dough settings for your bread machine.
  3. Press Start
  4. Once the dough is finished, cut it into about 16 pieces, rolled into balls.
  5. Cover the dough with paper towels, and let it rest about 20 minutes.
  6. Form each piece into a triangular shape, and roll it flat with a rolling pin.
  7. Then roll up the pieces, large end to smallest.
  8. Put parchment paper over the air fry rack in the pan/basket of the cooker.
  9. Place the pieces of dough on the parchment paper.
  10. Spray the dough with water.
  11. Set the cooker to Proof 95° F., 30 minutes.
  12. Mix the glaze ingredients. And brush the glaze over the dough.
  13. Set the cooker to Bake 350° F., 15 minutes. (If the cooker has a preheat function, remove the dough and add after the preheat.)
  14. Allow the cook time to complete.
  15. Enjoy!

Note: Inspired by the Zojirushi bread machine recipe book.

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