In a small bowl, combine warm water, yeast and honey. Stir until dissolved. Let stand for 2-3 minutes. In a few moments, you should begin to see bubbles form on the top of the water (this shows your yeast is working).
In a large mixing bowl, combine salt, stevia, and sprouted flour.
Add yeast mixture to flour mixture, then add melted butter and egg. Mix until combined and a soft dough forms.
After all the ingredients are mixed together, turn out the dough onto a flat surface lightly dusted with more sprouted flour. Knead 8-10 times, or until the dough is smooth.
Using a dough cutter, divide the dough into 4 equal sections. Then divide each section into 3 parts. This will give you exactly 12 dinner rolls.
Shape each piece of dough into a roll and place on a lightly greased baking sheet. Let rest for 10 minutes.
Brush tops with egg white wash, if desired.
Bake for 10 minutes, or until tops begin to turn golden.
Now, if you are familiar with THM, you probably noticed the honey in the ingredient list. The honey is used to activate the yeast, (the sprouted bread in the THM cookbook uses it for the same purpose).You will also notice that there is a tablespoon of butter and an entire egg in this recipe. While those are generally S fuels, the small amounts spread out over 12 servings keep the fat to only 2 grams per dinner roll - well within the range for an E fuel.