1-Hour Hot Dog Buns

1-Hour Hot Dog Buns

1-Hour Hot Dog Buns

Make sure the oil and egg are at room temperature. No mixer? Just mix it in a bowl by hand but knead longer, about 150 turns.

Prep Time: 15 minutes

Cook Time: 12 minutes

Total Time: 1 hour

Makes: 8 buns

1-Hour Hot Dog Buns


  • 2 1/2 cups all purpose flour (Aerate Flour Before Measuring - See How)
  • 2 teaspoons (1 packet / 7g) instant yeast (or active dry yeast)
  • 2 Tablespoons sugar
  • 1 teaspoon salt

  • 1 cup milk (reduced fat or whole milk), heated to 120-130° F for instant yeast (or 110-120°F for active dry)
  • 2 Tablespoons vegetable oil
  • 1 egg
  • about 1/4 cup additional flour

  • 1 beaten egg for egg wash


  1. Combine flour, yeast, sugar & salt in a large mixing bowl.
  2. Stir in milk, followed by oil and egg.
  3. Beat on high for 2 minutes.
  4. On low speed add about 1/4 cup of flour until dough forms a mass.
  5. Place dough on a floured surface and knead 50 turns.
  6. Cover and let rest 10 minutes. Meantime, line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
  7. Cut dough into 8 pieces. With floured hands, press each into a 4 x 6-inch rectangle. From the 6-inch side, roll up tightly into a log and tuck in the ends.
  8. Place seam-side down on the baking sheet, cover with a towel and let rise in a warm spot until they double in size, about 30 minutes.
  9. Meantime, preheat oven to 375° F.
  10. Just before baking, brush each roll with egg wash. Bake for 12 minutes.

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132 Comments on "1-Hour Hot Dog Buns"

  1. Judi G

    Thanks for the great recipe! We made the dough then put cheese and Hebrew National dogs on each section of the dough, rolled them up and cooked the same way listed (seem side down). Delicious!

  2. Dawn Mary

    Made the hot dog buns and will make them again!
    Delicious,soft and very flavourful.I had to add a it more flour but that may have been a humidity issue.
    The recipe is a keeper for sure…thank you so very much…

  3. Pat H

    Easy-peasy recipe! Even rookies can make these delicious, soft, substantial and beautful hot dog rolls. I’ve been searching for the perfect recipe and I think I’ve found it. Perfect!

  4. David Thomas

    These rolls are wonderful, as well as straight forward. I love when recipes are so simple to follow, and come out just as pictured.Thank you so much for this relatively quick, as well as delicious recipe.


  5. Kristin

    These were a bit more work than expected, mainly due to my setup, but once I tested them (OMG) this elevated my hot dog to next level. Worth the effort.

  6. Myste

    These were perfect! They really saved me in a pinch and I’m very grateful. My only complaint is that my family wants them every time now because the store bought ones can’t compare. (:

  7. Margaret Houston

    Is there a hot dog brand you can recommend. All beef, Turkey, etc
    Thank you for the bun recipe!

    • TerryIn48

      Hands down Hebrew National! We prefer the all beff jumbo ones.

  8. Peter

    What do you mean roll tight from 6in side. Can you post video or pictures thank you so much

    • Boop

      Once you cut the dough, you should flatten the pieces with a rolling pin into rectangles that are about 4 inches on one side and 6 inches on the other. What you’re left with is just a flat piece of dough. One you have that, from one of the six inch sides with your fingers, start to roll it up into a cigar shape. When she says tightly, she means don’t leave any air pockets and make sure it seals at the end. I wet the whole rectangle on the upward facing side just a tiny tiny bit before I roll them just to make sure everything sticks. I hope I explained this in a way that made it across to you! 🙂

  9. S.Truong

    I couldn’t make it out to the store so I decided to look up a quick and easy bun recipe for chilli dogs and burgers.
    My 5 year old decided she wanted to help so I could prepare the rest of dinner. I read the instructions out to her and she did it all. It was that easy!
    They turned out perfectly, flavour was great, some sweetness so I can even just eat it as a roll! The buns were soft and all 6 of us loved them.
    Thanks so much, will make often now. 😊

  10. Georgia

    Just made them. With time I’ll perfect the shape. We live a bit out of town, had no buns for dinner. The recipe is quite simple and I have to say this recipe will be a keeper. Thanks for sharing.

  11. CA

    Hi there,
    When putting the buns on the baking sheet, how close to each other should they be? Should they be touching or far apart? I’ve read on other websites that buns need to be right next to each other to support each other as they rise, is that true for this recipe as well?

    • Jill

      I place 2 side by side on baking sheet, they seperate just like store bought after baking. We also add either poppyseed or sessame seeds on the egg wash.

    • RedHatGramma

      Mine were 1″ apart. Didn’t get too wide. Soft sides. I sliced them on top before separating.
      Great home reviews !

  12. Agdah

    Thank you so much for this great recipe. It’s awesome! Miss your videos.

  13. Mike

    I haven’t bought bread for the last year. Learned to make baguettes for our daily bread. Just made these hot dog buns. Didn’t have milk so I used water.
    The buns turned out great. Found my go to bun recipe. Thanks Jenny.

    • Makaila

      Thanks for this comment! I was wondering if I could make oat milk for this recipe but water is much faster!

  14. Miriam

    I did use a stand mixer. After adding the 1/4 cup flour, the dough was still very sticky. Is it supposed to be like that?

    • Jenny Can Cook

      Please see the FAQs.

      • Brittney

        Your FAQs had nothing about the stand mixer.

        • Jenny Can Cook

          “Problems With Yeast Baking” in the FAQs addresses dough that is too sticky. The mixer would not cause that. I hope it helps.

  15. Adriana

    Great recipe. The rolls turned out great!! I’ve added the recipe to my “favorites” list.

  16. Lory

    It has been a long time since this grandma has been told she has beautiful buns, but more than one person told me so when I pulled these fresh out of the oven! Thank you, Jenny, for sharing your recipe!

  17. Lauren

    Just wanted to say thank you for sharing this recipe. I made it today and they came out perfect. Since we’re just two people, I halved the recipe and it worked great. I’m not a morning person and I even managed to whip this together just in time for lunch!

  18. Sylvia

    I made these before as hot dog buns, then again as hamburger buns. The extra buns are great split and toasted for breakfast. Now, I’m shaping them into dinner rolls for Thanksgiving dinner. I love this recipe!

  19. Ma

    Made these this afternoon, perfect, soooo easy!! My Boar’s Head natural casing hot dogs came in a package of 7, so I made 7 buns. Just right, and sturdy enough to hold up to the chili dogs I was making without being tough or too dense! I let them rise a little longer after shaping (maybe another 15-20 minutes), and it took an extra 2 minutes bake time to reach 202° when done. Beautiful texture and color! I have just copied the recipe onto a sheet of paper and taped it inside my cabinet! I’ll be making these all the time from now on! No more store bought buns for me!! Thank you so much for posting!!

  20. Tweetweet

    These turned out wonderful I didn’t do any rolling! All I did was flatten the dough ball then slice it into hot dog bun slices, let them rise, that worked beautifully! I had to brush twice to get that nice brown. ?

  21. Shay

    I love these soft buns and very easy to make! Thanks Jenny!

  22. Jeri Baker

    Love this recipe Jenny. Came out wonderful. I made 4 hamburger and 4 hotdog buns. They were perfect, and as usual for your recipes easy peasy.

  23. Annik from Quebec

    Thanks for all your good and easy recipes. I do the whole wheat bread with half all-purpose and half whole wheat and since we are a household of 2, I take out enough dough to make 2 hot-dogs ans 2 burger buns. Efficient! Just wanted to thank you! ??

  24. EJ

    2 1/2 cups all purpose flour (Aerate Flour Before Measuring – See How)
    Measure your weight in grams it’s unbelievable simple…

    • JM

      I am starting to weigh my ingredients in grams but most recipes use cups. What is the best way to convert cups to grams when measuring flour. I know that different flour and how you put it in the cup can change the weight

      • Mike

        King Arthur Flour uses 120g per cup for all purpose flour.

  25. Chery from TX

    How do you shape the hotdog buns…..having trouble with the dough keeping the shape. Love your recipes !!!!!!!

    • RedHatGramma

      I placed mine only 1″ space between. They come out soft sided but firm for a brat “dragged through the garden”

  26. Judy Lamantia

    What is the dough supposed to look like? Mine is sticky and I’ve already added the 1/4 cup of flour.

    • Judy Lamantia

      I finally got the dough kneaded, but after it rested it wouldn’t press out to 4×6, it kept shrinking back. I had to roll them out and that didn’t work well,either. They’re pretty oddly shaped and rising now, but this recipe isn’t a keeper for me.

  27. Randi

    Help – I’m obtuse! How and when do these buns get sliced? After they are baked and if so, how long should I wait before slicing?

    • Jenny Can Cook

      You slice them after they are baked and after you let them cool down for 5-10 minutes. (I had to look up “obtuse” ?)

      • Randi

        Thank you so much for the quick reply! I’m making these tonight. I make all your recipes, Jenny! You are a goddess. And thanks for taking the time to look up obtuse!

  28. Marisa G.

    I made these buns today. 5 hot dogs, 5 hamburgers. They came out perfect. My daughter was visiting while I was taking them out of the oven, she had one with butter, she loved them. Sure beats the store bought with ingredients I can’t pronounce. Jenny, thank you for another winner.

  29. Natalina

    Oh my goodness. This recipe is exactly the same as your Easy Dinner Rolls recipe, except it calls for oil instead of butter, and an egg wash. This is not a criticism, just surprised that so many people can’t figure it out. I’ve made your wonderful breads for years. I started making my own hot dog and hamburger buns a couple of years ago from the dinner rolls recipe. The first time making a recipe always teaches me how to make it the next time, eg, how many rolls I can make. I make 10 with this quantity and the size is perfect for hot dogs, hamburgers, sandwiches, or just plain eating. I don’t bother with the glaze. Still amazing!

    • Leanne

      which recipe tastes better? One with oil or butter?

  30. Kathy

    Tried these today. Next time I will make 16 rolls because they seem to be too big for hot dogs. Love your crusty rolls.

    • Diane

      Thank you! I have the dough already to go and was wondering if they could be made smaller. How did that work out for you?

      • Natalina

        I make 10 from this recipe , 5 for hamburgers, 5 for hot dogs. For me it’s the perfect size. Bake at same temp til golden brown on top. Mine take a few minutes longer, but that’s my oven. You have to watch them from the 12 min mark.

  31. Brooklyn

    Has anyone actually tried this using plain almond milk? What were your results?

    • Carol

      I haven’t make them with almond milk, but I have used just water. They still turn out great. I have made other things with almond milk and I feel fairly confident to say it should still turn out great. Love this recipe and have made it several times this summer. First time with milk, rest with water (we have a milk allergy in my home). I did have to cut back on the water just a bit (about 1/8 cup) as the dough was to wet otherwise.

    • Antoinette Russin

      I made these this morning using almond milk and substitued 2 T honey for sugar. They turned out great!

  32. Dianna

    This recipe is a winner!! I made it with 50% freshly ground spelt and 50% organic unbleached. I used honey instead of sugar. This will be my go-to recipe! Jenny sure can cook. Jenny, thanks for sharing your recipes and love for good food. You are amazing!

  33. Becky Reeves

    You are the BEST! Keep up your great and heavenly recipes!!!! You are
    a super lady with a delightful sense of humor and wonderful knowledge
    for all of us to enjoy and learn from!!!!!


    Becky Reeves

  34. Kathleen

    I was so excited to recieve 14 and a half pages of comments with my one and a half page recipes. It used all that paper and ink and I had no idea I was going to print a book. Sure will be smarter next time

  35. Deb M.

    Jenny, The hot dog buns are super (even with no hot dog [they are in the freezer somewhere]). I ended up with tiny submarine sandwiches 🙂

    • Deb M.

      Still can’t find the hotdogs! I ended up making tuna melts – delish!

  36. Sue

    I made these buns today for the first time. OMG! They are so soft and chewy but still tender. The texture and flavor remind me of egg bread I had growing up. The next time I make this recipe will be as a loaf! Just delicious!!

  37. Keith

    Again you rock Jenny!!!


  38. Martha Quintana

    Yes love all your recipes so happy to receive your message

  39. C S

    Excited to open this email! Love your videos. Humor and food go well together. Will be making these buns very soon. Thanks so much!

  40. duffy 49

    perfect buns…cut into 6 instead of 8 for Italian sausage from the local butcher fried with with onions, garlic, and red peppers….OMG! thanks Jenny…my wife loves my bread and I have you to thank!

  41. Fran Czeske

    Jenny, I can’t wait to make these this rainy afternoon in beautiful British Columbia! Many, many thanks for sharing your recipes- you make it so easy to integrate cooking and baking into my daily life! Much love and many thanks for your kindness and generosity ♥️?

  42. Carol P

    Always love your down to earth recipes. Easy to follow directions with tasty results.

  43. Anna Bucciarelli

    You have a right to be proud – well earned as your recipes are always easy, delicious, and as fun to make as you are to watch. Many thanks from this old 84 year old lady still learning and making!

    • Marie Jones

      Retired Nurse loving making breads for family and friends. Jenny is a super star in my books!

  44. Sandy

    Hi Jenny: Congrats on your views your surely are worthy of each and every one. Your recipes are FANTASTIC and you personally are a joy to watch and listen too. Every day I make a new recipe and while I am making it I watch you so I get it right. I have never as yet had a failure. You are great. Just made the Cinnamon tunnel bread WOW!!! it is soft fluffy and the tunnels are full of cinnamon and sugar just like you said. We had a friend over and I went to get a piece of it and it was all gone. Guess I will be making another one. and one for the freezer . Love you girl stay healthy and safe and hope your bangs came out OK.

  45. Cindy H.

    Hi Jenny. Congratulations on 100 million views. Thank you for sharing all your recipes. We enjoy them. My husband loves your wheat bread. You going to try the buns recipe I know we will love them. Stay safe. Bless you and your family.

  46. Douglas

    Jenny,,,Love all your recipes,,but love your buns the best,,,did that sound right,,and don’t have to buy 8 every time I go to the store,,have you ever tried to make the recipe with or like the Hawaiian buns.


  47. Janie M

    Absolutely love your recipes Jenny. You are a delightful!! Especially enjoy your videos, its like being in your kitchen.

  48. Debra T Nelson

    So happy to find you online and cooking!
    Congratulation on your one hundred million views, I wasn’t the only one to miss you.

  49. Noni

    Glad to see you again!
    I love your recipes and especially love your videos, you always make me smile and brighten my day.

  50. Barbara K.

    CONGRATULATIONS on your 100 Million Views! No surprise at all. I bet I have brought you a hundred new viewers since this quarantine started and I found your website. My question is what the heck took me so long to find you? Anyway, I did, yours is my absolute favorite website in the world. I was just coming online to find how to make bread that’s softer than your no-knead round loaves (YUMMY!!!) and voilà, here you are with nice soft hot dog rolls. Going to mix some up today. Thank you, Jenny, and God bless you and yours and keep you safe and healthy.

  51. Lynn

    Dear Jenny,
    I absolutely love all your recipes. I am of Polish heritage and am very fond of your Polish recipes.
    I always enjoyed you on your talk show.
    I am now enjoying your cooking show.
    P. S. I slap my dough too.
    Keep cooking, stay safe and healthy.

  52. 1-hour hot dog buns

    item #4 of directions say to add 1/4 c flour, but you never mention the rest of the flour. Did you mean 1/4 cup AT A TIME?… until all flour is used up?

    • Adele

      Step 1 in the instructions you mix flour, yeast, sugar, and salt.

    • Christine

      I agree the addition of the 1/4 cup of flour is confusing. The recipe ingredients show 2.5 cups flour which you are to put in the bowl with yeast and other ingredients. Then you are to mix in the liquids. If you are to add an additional 1/4 cup of flour, the ingredient list should have said 2.5 cups of flour and 1/4 cup of flour.

      • Christine Hall

        Never mind, I see that it’s added at the bottom of the ingredient list.

  53. Denise Guidotti

    Thank you. My son buy hot dog buns at the grocery store and they go bad in no time. I will attempt to make them tomorrow. I also make your no knead bread. I love your recipes.

    • Emma416

      I keep my breads and buns in the fridge. Toast before using. Can be kept in freezer too. Double bag in Ziploc to prevent freezer burn. [NB I like to date my freezer items, too. My late MiLaw used to make an Excel spreadsheet with her freezer items (#, dates, etc).]

  54. Laura Jean

    Thank you for posting this Jenny. I know what I’ll be making tomorrow. *smile*. I”m sure your bangs look great, unless you’re like me, in which case they’re about 1 inch long by the time you got them straight! Be well, stay safe. HUGGGGGGGs

  55. Elaine Fallah

    Can these be made New England style. I guess the rest of the country calls them lobster rolls. We like to toast our hot dog rolls or strep them

  56. Edith

    1 hour hot dog buns, fantastic. I will never buy hot dog buns again. They turned out
    just like you said. I also filled some with tuna salad. Sliced the bun into
    5 pieces. Thank you for another fantastic recipe.

  57. Yvonne

    I was so excited to see your email. I have made lots of your recipes, always to lots of complements. I tell everyone about your YT.
    I hope all is well with you and yours.

  58. Rachel Francis

    Congrats on all the views..you deserve it!

  59. Sheila

    Your rolls look awesome!! Thank you so much for sharing your recipes!!! WE LOVE YOU?

  60. Susan

    You’re back! Jenny, I was thinking of you recently, wondering when we would hear from you. I love your YouTube channel. I only discovered it last year. I’ve watched every video at least twice. You always make me laugh, and I never fail to learn something. You are too pretty and funny not to be sharing this recipe by video!? These look YUMMY! xo

  61. Pat

    Thank you for the email. Glad you are back. Always enjoy your videos. Your recipes are simple and easy. I especially like the bread recipes.
    Congratulations on your view count.

  62. Mindy Griffith

    Yea, your still here!

  63. Maria

    Hi Jenny, I can tell you how happy I am to see this recipe for hot dog buns. The ones packaged from the grocery store just don’t do the trick. I can’t
    wait to make these. I have tried a few of your recipes, and have been very pleased. Thanks.

  64. Wallie

    Hi Jenny,

    So nice to hear from you. I baked your bread today since the weather was not to hot. Could I use the hot dog recipe to make hamburger buns? Just formed differently. Thank you so much for your response.

    • Jenny Can Cook

      I put a link for my hamburger buns at the bottom of the recipe.

      • Wallie

        Thank you so much Jenny for responding regarding the hamburger buns.
        one hundred million followers. you deserve every single one because your recipes are fantastic, delicious and easy. Today I will make your apple cake and I am sure it will be fantastic too. Thanks again, stay safe Wallie

  65. Pat

    I am beyond grateful to have found you Jenny and your recipes. In a week since I discovered you I have made fast no knead bread 4 times, hamburger buns, cinnamon raisin swirl bread and lemon squares. All recipes are great easy to make and tasty. Thank you so much. I will now have to try your hot dog buns and many other of your delicious recipes. Oh funny story when I made the hamburger buns for some reason because I can’t count lol I cut in 6. Wow those were some big buns. Cooked them longer and they were perfect.

  66. Hooked

    What an exciting day, e-mail from Jenny. Since finding you I’ve lured all my family to check out JCC and now a recipe for my hot dog eating hubby. Thank you

  67. Beth

    Hi Jenny, You always light up my life, when we hear from you with a recipe. And to know you are well and able to cut your bangs. Ha! Be well!. Thank you.

  68. jay

    I’m sure I speak for all of your followers that enjoy your simple and delicious recipes, when I say “We’re happy with your buns” ……..
    post more when you can …..

  69. Bunny Bard

    Hi there ! SO THRILLED to have found you. Huge congratulations on your views – so we’ll deserved ! Quick question : will oat milk work instead of milk ? (Kosher so i need non dairy )
    Thanks !

  70. GardenGal

    So happy to hear from you! Always enjoyed what you published. I’ll have to put it on ‘hold’ ’cause right now our stores never seem to have any flour (I guess a lot of anxiety baking going on. :/ )

  71. Ria

    So glad to see you back!! I really enjoy your recipes! My mom loved your show and she loved your cooking. I always told her she should have made a page like this with her recipes :).
    Thanks for always making us smile and giving us awesome recipes.
    Almost out of yeast. I will be sad when it is gone. I have not been able to find any.
    Thinking of making a sourdough starter!

    • bon

      Hi Ria: I was unable to locate any packets of yeast at the market so went to Amazon and tracked down SAF-INSTANT yeast in a ONE POUND package!! I read it will keep indefinitely in the freezer, which I will do. My husband was raring to go on making bread so we did Jenny’s “no knead” bread and it turned out a perfect, round loaf that we have already consumed. We are looking forward to more yeast-dough wonders and wish you luck with yours!

  72. Jody from Olympia WA

    So excited to get your recipe in my email box! The other day I ran out of something and couldn’t remember what it was, but after reading through this recipe I remembered . . . I need to get parchment paper LOL

    I’m in the process up downsizing and moving to a small senior apartment and am looking forward to get my new little kitchen fired up, cooking and baking your recipes❤

    BTW, after your comment to my comment on the picture page about your granola, I now also enjoy it as a cereal with milk! Soooooo good, your granola recipe!

  73. Marla

    Thank you Jenny for this recipe!
    I have doing lots of baking since I found your site I just love your bread recipes.this is the first Time making bread I just loved it. you make it so easy
    Thank you. Thank you again.


    Thank You Jenny !

    You and your wonderful recipes and YouTube Channel are so very much appreciated by me! You are truly making a difference and I just want to tell you how much you mean to all of us !

  75. Tim

    Okay, so just made these hot-dog buns. FANTASTIC! They’re are NOTHING like store bought, and are as fluffy as a cloud. Thanks Jenny! Love all your bread recipes too!

  76. Debbie

    Hi Jenny…thank you for this recipe, I will definitely be trying this one. I just wanted you to know that I make your easy no knead bread every other day now. My husband and I love it and I love the fact it is so quick and easy. I am vegetarian so any vegetarian dishes are totally welcome. Thanks Jenny!

  77. Maggie

    These look delicious, I can’t wait to try them. I just want to let you know how much I’ve enjoyed your YouTube channel and the recipes that I’ve already tried. So happy to see you’re still at it. Be safe and well. ❤️

  78. Patty

    Hey Jenny
    Congrats on the huge viewing audience! You deserve it… your recipes are easy and they taste great. And your videos are even better!
    Thanks for this recipe, I’ll definitely give it a try, might only make 6 but will cut them into larger rectangles so I’ll have longer buns to cover the longer style dogs.
    …. who knew you were able to ✂️ your own bangs… you should’ve included a photo so we could check them out. ?
    Happy summer, stay healthy!

  79. Gaile Beard-Green

    Love how you cook..I use to watch you when you were on TV…You are an amazing cook..

  80. Bruce

    Jenny, I’ve been making these for a few weeks now. I take and make the recipe half sandwich buns and half hot dog buns. Only thing is the sandwich buns need 15 minutes so the hot dog buns get dried out at 15 minutes. You can use either the white bread or the whole wheat bread recipe.

  81. Lisa

    Hi Jenny,
    This is wonderful and your recipes are marvelous. We Canadian love Hot Dogs. Thank you and take care.

    Ciao Bella Lisa

  82. Patricia

    who’da thunk hot dog buns would be so easy? Thank you, Jenny; you are always an inspiration!

  83. Terry

    Could these be converted to hamburger buns?

  84. Hilda

    can these be frozen?

  85. Helen

    Sooooooooooooo Happy,

    Getting recipe emails from you is a real joy.

    Thank you

  86. Joy

    Thank you Jenny -gonna try these buns and if we like them I will make several batches for 4th of July. Hope you are doing well & have a great summer 🙂

  87. Debbie in California

    Hello Jenny, No need to respond, just wanted to acknowledge the absolutely incredible number of hits you have received on your you tube site!

    We adore you and all you share with us.


  88. Barb k

    Always great recipes !

  89. SASSY

    I am always so glad to get your recipes. Thank you for this one too. I love to cook with Jenny because you have affordable tasty recipes I can actually use. Thank you, Jenny!!!!

  90. Susan

    Jenny, it is a happy day when I get an email from you. So excited to try this!! Love all your recipes, I watch them often.

    Susan ?

  91. Ro

    Can the 1-hour hotdog buns be made without an egg and with non-dairy milk? Thanks

    • Cristina

      Hey Ro. I’m not Jenny but wanted to reply anyway. I would try using canned Coconut milk (not the one in the carton). Eliminate the egg all together.

    • m00se

      Hi Ro,

      You can google the tangzhong method for making soft long lasting bread. It doesn’t use egg but it does use milk and butter. The key to the “white bread” consistency in any of these breads is the inclusion of fat. That’s what keeps the bubbles tiny like your commercial sandwich breads. I hope this helps.

    • Stu B.

      Obviously vegan….when we invite a group to our home for a buffet dinner or brunch and some guests inform me that they are vegan or vegetarian and hope there will be something for them, I suggest they contribute a buffet item they can enjoy and in a quantity enought for the number of guests we have invited so everyone can enjoy their vegetarian/vegan offerings. I suggest the same for gluten free and lactose free and nut free guests. There will always be a generous fruit platter and vegetable platter, and, since my adult son and I are both Celiac patient’s there will be GF items and non-gluten free pastries and breads as well. Entertaining has become more complicated in the past 10 years. It makes me become more creative and that’s fun!

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