Marie 03/64/2018 03/06/2018
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?
Jeanne DeLiefde 03/71/2018 03/13/2018
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.
Yanti 09/265/2017 09/23/2017
Our family favorite bread!
Elaine 05/132/2017 05/13/2017
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.
Stephanie 01/18/2017 01/19/2017
Loved this bread! Subbed out melted butter for the oil and 1 cup of milk plus 1/2 cup of water for the liquid.
Sharmyn 07/181/2017 07/01/2017
Should this bread be frozen or refrigerated if not eaten within a week? My first time making it and the loaf looks great.
Megan W. 12/362/2016 12/28/2016
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!
Kim 11/331/2016 11/27/2016
Can you make rolls from this recipe?
Sarah 06/158/2016 06/07/2016
Have made this bread once and loved it! The crust was a little crumbly, but I'm going to try it again tonight. Is there a reason why the bread machine recipe requires less of the flour? Also, is it possible to make several dough loafs and freeze to bake later?
Niky 04/110/2016 04/20/2016
Hi, I just bought the artisan flour. I would like to know what can be used to substitute eggs in this recipe? Thanks much!
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