Gluten Free Rosette Puffs (Salami or Pepperoni)

Using thinly sliced gluten free salami or pepperoni, you can make these beautiful rosettes using your choice of three gluten free dough recipes from easy to advanced. WhileĀ the most delicious dough to use in this recipe is the laboriousĀ Gluten Free Puff Pastry recipe, you can also makeĀ Gluten Free Pizza Dough (artisan bread-like) or Fluffy Gluten Free Biscuits. The biscuit dough only takes 12 minutes to make.

Gluten Free Rosette Puffs (Salami or Pepperoni)

Prep Time: 12 minutes

Cook Time: 10 minutes

Total Time: 32 minutes

Yield: Makes 8 - 12 rosettes

Gluten Free Rosette Puffs (Salami or Pepperoni)

Using my recipe for puff pastry, pizza or biscuit dough, you can make these beautiful rosettes for appetizers. Roll them with pepperoni or salami.



  1. Read this entire recipe prior to making the rosettes. It will help you determine to how wide and long you need to roll out the dough. The size will depend on the size of your salami or pepperoni.
  2. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
  3. Make the dough as instructed in one of the above dough recipes. Roll the dough out into strips half the width of your meat (salami or pepperoni). Have the sliced meat nearby.
  4. Preheat oven to 400Ā°F for puff pastry, 500Ā°F for pizza dough, and 425Ā°F for biscuits.
  5. Roll up a slice of meat as shown in the photo to make the center of theĀ rosette. Place the rolled up meat on the narrowest edge of one of your rectangular dough pieces; begin to roll it up. Before rolling up the entire dough, place two pieces of meat halfway overlapping each other next to the meat that you just rolled; roll it up in the dough. Place another two pieces of meat halfway overlapping each on the remaining dough and finish rolling up the dough.
  6. Transfer to the prepared baking sheet.Ā Bake until lightly golden brown (about 18 - 20 minutes for puff pastry, 10 minutes for pizza, and 12 - 15 minutes for biscuitĀ dough.
  7. Remove from oven, Transfer to a cooling rack, allow to cool until you can touch them comfortably and serve immediately. The fat from the meat should make them moist enough to eat plain, but pizza sauce is a nice compliment.


Prep, cook, and total times are based upon use of biscuit dough.

***Allergens vary dependent upon the deli meat you use.***

Remember, uncured meats, such as Applegate brand, do not last long in the refrigerator. Freeze them until you are nearly ready to use.

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