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Artisan White Bread
  • Gluten-Free
  • Dairy-Free
  • Soy-Free
  • Nut-Free
  • Peanut-Free
  • Corn-Free

Artisan White Bread

Make a loaf of soft and delicious bread in your oven or in a bread maker using our All-Purpose Flour Artisan Blend.

Ingredients
Directions

    FOR BREAD MAKERS:

    Settings: Basic White Bread, 2 lb loaf, Medium Crust. Do not use gluten-free setting.

    In a medium bowl, whisk together the All-Purpose Flour Artisan Blend, yeast, salt, and baking soda. In a 2 cup liquid measuring cup, combine oil, eggs, warm water and honey. Pour all liquids into bread maker, then add dry ingredients. Start machine and scrape down sides and corners of pan while dough is mixing. After baking, remove from pan and let cool before slicing.

    FOR OVEN BAKING:

    Proof yeast by sprinkling yeast on top of warm water (100°). Whisk dry ingredients in bowl of stand mixer. Mix together honey, eggs and oil. Make a well and add the egg mixture, and yeast with water. Mix on low until flour is moistened. Mix on high just until totally mixed, less than a minute.

    Scoop into pan sprayed with cooking spray. If using an 8” x 4” pan, fit the pan with a PARCHMENT COLLAR to make a taller loaf. Smooth top with oil and cut a couple of small slits in the top to prevent uneven splitting while baking.

    Drape with plastic wrap and let rise to double in warm draft-free spot or barely-warm oven. Preheat oven to 350°. Bake 60 to 70 minutes until light feeling and nicely browned (200° on instant read thermometer).

    Chef’s Note: An 8" x 4" pan makes a traditionally shaped piece of bread, with domed top. If you use an instant read thermometer, remember that the temperature will continue to rise about 5° after removing from oven, for a final 205°.

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Debra White 300/10/2018 28/10/201819:19
I love this. The bread is consistent every time make it. Light and tasty and BREAD.. I had missed bread.. this is wonderful!! Thank you, Pamela's..I buy the Artisan flour mixture in the 25 pound bag! I use it in everything!
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Judy 342/12/2018 09/12/201818:42
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I tried this in my Cuisinart Breadmaker and it was not a success. I first tried a different recipe that recommended this flour and that was even worse. So I am wondering if this just doesn't work that well in a breadmaker or if anyone has some tips? I used the regular white bread setting. I was tempted to try the Artisan white bread setting but didn't. For anyone that has had success, what type of yeast are you using? Are you mixing it in with the flour as suggested her or adding it last in a well made in the flour as breadmakers advise? I just got very little rise and the highest portion was about 2 1/2 inches. The flavor is pretty good but it is very dense. It seemed to me that maybe there was not enough liquid? Other gluten free bread I have made successfully always used milk and melted butter. Thanks in advance for any suggestions.
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Marie Shaw 156/06/2018 06/06/201808:48
I changed the white bread already. I took out some of the all purpose flour and added some buckwheat an added some molasses. Turned out great.
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Marie 64/03/2018 06/03/201816:02
I am new to GF baking, I prefer wheat bread. I have not seen one on here except one using the bread mix. I bought the all purpose flour. I have not made anything yet but I'm really wanting to try something today. I have had to go without bread due to my allergies. any suggestions?
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Jeanne DeLiefde 71/03/2018 13/03/201822:38
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This was my first time to make gluten-free bread. I made it in my oven and it turned out perfectly! It's moist; the texture is light and fine-grained; and it really tastes like wheat flour! I will be making this again and again. Note for cooks who are used to traditional bread making: this bread rises QUICKLY! Mine took only 45 minutes to double in size. Have your oven preheated and ready before the dough over-rises and starts to fall. I used a parchment collar using masking tape to hold it together. That was extremely important as the dough really expands. I took the parchment off at 60 minutes to help the top brown. My bread took exactly 70 minutes to bake.
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Yanti 265/09/2017 23/09/201710:47
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Our family favorite bread!
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Elaine 132/05/2017 13/05/201713:56
This is a wonderful bread! I used a scant tsp salt instead,and 2 tsp of my yeast on the 2nd batch. I also added chia and sunflower seeds for fun. I made it in a cuisinart bread machine on the white bread setting and it had a nice rise, the flavor is perfect. I bought a 25 lb bag of Pamelas bread mix and use it for all my baking.
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Stephanie 18/01/2017 19/01/201723:01
Loved this bread! Subbed out melted butter for the oil and 1 cup of milk plus 1/2 cup of water for the liquid.
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Sharmyn 181/07/2017 01/07/201718:11
Should this bread be frozen or refrigerated if not eaten within a week? My first time making it and the loaf looks great.
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    • Hi Sharmyn, We recommend either leaving out in a sealed plastic bag or container, or freezing. You can follow these tips: How To Freeze Bread
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Megan W. 362/12/2016 28/12/201620:39
I am 12 years old and new to making bread. Of all of the gluten-free breads this is the best! Everyone in my family loves!
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