Aroniaberry Spelt Bread Rolls

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This bread recipe calls for aroniaberry powder, which is optional, but adds a lovely colour and a delicious berry flavour to those spelt rolls. Aroniaberries are known for having the highest concentration of antioxidants and flavonoids, but feel free to leave out if you don't have them.

  • 220 ml Buttermilk, lukewarm
  • 15 g Olive oil
  • 200g Spelt bread flour
  • 100 g Whole spelt flour
  • 1 tsp Salt
  • 10 g Aroniaberry powder
  • 1 tsp Coconut sugar
  • 13 g Fresh yeast, crumbled
  • 1 tbsp Rolled oats for topping
  1. Measure all the ingredients for the dough and place, in the order listed, into your bread pan. Select the dough setting. Start the machine.
  2. Once dough setting is complete, remove dough from bread machine and place on a lightly floured surface. Divide the dough into 6 portions. Shape each into a ball and place them on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper. Cover with a clean kitchen towel and set aside for an hour until doubled in size.
  3. Pour a cup of water into the roasting tray at the bottom of the oven and preheat it to 210C/420F. Brush the dough top with water and sprinkle with rolled oats. Bake for 25 minutes or until golden brown.

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56 comments:

Kiran @ KiranTarun.com 30/3/17 06:20

Looks so delicious and cute! Loving all the wholesome ingredients here :)

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Rosa 30/3/17 08:11

They look beautiful and I'm sure they taste amazing!

Cheers,

Rosa

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Kelly 30/3/17 10:09

I am always learning something new every time I come here. The Aroniaberry powder adds such a pretty color to these rolls! I've never used it before but it sounds amazing! Love these beautiful rolls!

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natalia20041989 30/3/17 12:18

I love baking spelt rolls, but aronia powder is such a great idea in this recipe,I haven't tried this before, so original☺

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Evi @ greenevi 30/3/17 13:02

You are definitely the queen of baking! I love a all your pastry recipes!

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Ann Low 30/3/17 13:59

Look pretty and delicious bread rolls. I love the colour, so pretty!

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Nava K 30/3/17 14:24

Spelt bread is spell binding. So nice to look at,ahh, you can bake Angie.

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Nancy Chan 30/3/17 15:15

Your spelt bread looks great! Now I am thinking of having one with a hot milo!

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Christine Ho 30/3/17 15:38

Oh, do you know that I wanted to grab one for my breakfast, Angie? The bread rolls are very inviting.

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Tricia Buice 30/3/17 16:23

Wow Angie - these rolls are gorgeous and absolutely perfect in every way! The texture and shape and color - fantastic :) Have a great weekend!

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Jean | DelightfulRepast.com 30/3/17 17:52

Angie, what gorgeous rolls! I must get some aroniaberry powder!

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Cheri Savory Spoon 30/3/17 17:55

Hi Angie, what gorgeous rolls you have baked, the texture looks perfect and I love the rolled oats on the top, will have to check out Aroniaberry.

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Nammi 30/3/17 18:25

I love the way the red dough changes to the" normal bread colour" lol.

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Evolve With Mary 30/3/17 19:40

I have a delicate relationship with bread. I love eating it and I love making it, but my bread never comes out right. It’s never sweet enough or soft enough, but I know practice makes perfect. Maybe I’ll practice on these Aroniaberry Spelt Beard Rolls. I think the additions of Oats on top. I’ve never heard of aroniaberry but I’m going to try to find it, I didn’t know it was so good for you.

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No Spoon Necessary 30/3/17 19:56

I've never heard of aroniaberry powder before, but I absolutely need to get my hands on some, because the color is just fabulous!!!! These rolls look absolutely delicious, Angie! I bet these make your house smell amazing while they are baking! Cheers, friend!

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Eva Taylor 30/3/17 20:18

Your rolls look absolutely perfect Angie. I also love their colour. Now I must see where I can get my hands on aroniaberry powder!
Eva http://kitcheninspirations.wordpress.com

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Monica 30/3/17 20:39

Stunning! I love how beautifully they baked up...and the dough itself! That's the most perfect dough balls of rolls I've seen. Love the color and love learning about aroniaberry. So much to learn and explore.

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Evelyne CulturEatz 30/3/17 21:18

These are lovely rolls and again you pulled out a new ingredient for me! Would love to try thess aronia berries! I guess just for color beetroot poweder could work.

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Mindy Boyd 30/3/17 21:41

I love yeast rolls and these look amazing!

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Balvinder Ubi 31/3/17 02:58

Ooo how delicious! I am thinking some cream cheese would go well with these gorgeous rolls.

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Liz Berg 31/3/17 03:21

Those look better than bakery rolls! I'd love to sink my teeth into one smeared with butter!!

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Alida 31/3/17 15:53

Wow they look so soft and beautiful. I wish I could grab one!

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 31/3/17 17:16

Another wonderful baking ingredient that I never heard of before! Your rolls look perfectly tender and such a beautiful color, Angie.

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grace 31/3/17 20:38

they're so beautiful in color before they're baked, but they look great after the oven too! what a fabulous batch of bread. :)

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Hema 1/4/17 15:31

The rolls look perfect and super delicious..

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Veronica Ng 2/4/17 07:50

I love the wholesome ingredients you used in these buns. All your buns look so evenly shaped and beautiful. Have a good day Angie.

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Catherine 2/4/17 19:41

Dear Angie, I love baking with spelt. These look wonderful. oxox Catherine

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fimère .b 2/4/17 20:05

tes petits sont magnifiques, la couleur est fantastiques bravo
bonne soirée

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Beth 3/4/17 01:44

I'm not familiar with aroniaberries, but I think the rolls would be wonderful on their own.

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Pola & Cleme 3/4/17 12:06

These breads look delicious, I keep the recipe :)
xoxo

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All That I'm Eating 3/4/17 12:09

What a fantastic colour, these sound so good.

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Amy (Savory Moments) 3/4/17 15:03

I have never heard of this type of berry, but the color it imparts to these rolls is so lovely.

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Pamela @BrooklynFarmGirl 3/4/17 15:53

These bread rolls are perfection!

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Gloria Baker 3/4/17 18:22

what lovely rolls Angie!!!
Love yors breads and rolls !

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Pam 3/4/17 21:08

You just always have the coolest, most original recipes, always something new, Angie! And these rolls sound delicious! Love the great color and I will be checking out Aroniaberry powder. Thanks!

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norma chang 4/4/17 00:44

Learning something new, never heard of Aroniaberry will google to learn more.

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mjskit 4/4/17 03:45

What a gorgeous color and perfectly formed rolls! I love yeast breads and breads made with spelt are my favorite. Love the flavor and texture. Beautiful rolls Angie!

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Dawn Yucuis 4/4/17 04:45

You always have wonderful recipes. I love how you make them healthy and delicious.

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Helene Dsouza 4/4/17 17:27

I have never heard of Aroniaberry before. What perfectly shaped rolls and the color is just fascinating. I want some!

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Pam 4/4/17 19:05

You are the queen of bread. The rolls look perfect & delicious.

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Anu - My Ginger Garlic Kitchen 4/4/17 20:06

Your baking recipes are always wonderful, Angie and these bread rolls are no exception. I will have to look for Aroniaberry here.

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Cook With Manali 4/4/17 20:35

you make the best healthy treats! these look great Angie!

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Kitchen Riffs 5/4/17 02:15

Love bread, whether it be in a loaf, roll, whatever. Great looking recipe! You're making me really hungry! :-)

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Katerina 5/4/17 09:08

They look so perfectly made Angie! I love bread!

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Susan 5/4/17 14:02

I have to add more room in my pantry for still another ingredient I've never heard of! These rolls look amazing and we're bread lovers, so you can be sure I'm making these, XOXO

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Rosita Vargas 5/4/17 22:30

Que pan más lindo y delicioso la textura y el color es fantástico,trataré este pan,no tengo mucha experiencia en pan pero,si sigo tu receta triunfaré,abrazos.

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Peachy @ The Peach Kitchen 6/4/17 01:36

I love those oats on top of each roll! This looks delicious.

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Emma @ Bake Then Eat 7/4/17 03:49

So pretty and I bet delicious too!

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Sharmila- The Happie Friends Potpourri corner 10/4/17 09:01

The texture on the buns is so pretty!! Lovely share!!

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Choclette Blogger 10/4/17 18:21

Now here's another ingredient you've introduced me to. Going off to find out what Aroniaberry powder is now. It certainly gives the rolls a lovely colour.

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Karen Luvswesavory 12/4/17 01:02

Lovely and yummy bread rolls. Love the colour too :)

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Jeanette | Jeanette's Healthy Living 13/4/17 02:53

These rolls look perfect Angie! I've never heard of aroniaberry powder - it sounds intriguing.

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Muna Kenny 13/4/17 16:31

You can made it healthy and delicious at the same time :)

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Anne@ASaladForAllSeasons 18/4/17 00:36

Once again, I'm learning something new! I was going to ask you about the lovely color of these rolls. Now I must try aroniaberry powder. Really beautiful rolls, Angie! :)

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tigerfish 19/4/17 00:06

Have not seen aroniaberry powder here yet. These healthy bread rolls will be good to dip in homemade soup or simply, to slather peanut butter on! :)

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Sharon D 19/4/17 07:23

Such fabulous looking bread rolls. I am in love with these! =D

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