Gluten Free Glorious Bread Recipe! It is so yummy!
We have stopped eating bread for several years and sometimes we really miss bread.
A year and a half ago, I bought a long-awaited bread maker. [easyazon_link asin="B0067MQM48" locale="US" new_window="default" nofollow="default" tag="fostering-20" add_to_cart="default" cloaking="default" localization="default" popups="default"]Zojirushi Bread maker[/easyazon_link] Then my son’s eczema returned! I was so bummed that the box and the bread maker that I have wanted for quite a while, went up into the closet!
One day, I just happened to look at the box. It was so missed that I decided to make some bread for the rest of us. When I opened the box and looked at the manual, there was a whole two pages filled with variations on a basic gluten-free bread recipe. Imagine my joy! I made the bread with very little expectation. Thinking it would be the usual dense but tasty bread.
Fluffy, light, delicious, and pretty.
Every recipe in this book calls for rice flour, but my son can’t have rice. So I cross my fingers and modify this gluten free bread recipe works and thankfully it does:
Cafe Au Lait Gluten Free Bread Recipe
1-1/2 cup Milk
3 Large Eggs beaten
1 Tbsp. Apple Cider Vinegar
3 Tbsp. vegetable oil that is conducive to high heat. We use Coconut Oil.
3 Tbsp. Raw local honey
1-1/2 cup Almond flour (soaked and ground)
1 tsp arrowroot
2-1/3 tapioca starch or Potato Starch
1 Tbsp Xanthan Gum
1-1/2 tsp Salt
2 Tbsp very concentrated organic coffee (1 cup of water for 2 Tbsp brewed coffee/expresso)
1 Tbsp Active Dry Yeast
1/2 cup of chocolate chips
Put the ingredients in the bread maker in the order above. Make a little well for the yeast and pour it in. Turn on the bread maker. I chose medium crust, but let it sit for 30 minutes in the warmer to ensure the tapioca is not gooey.
Select the Gluten free option!
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Could I use an egg substitute? I need to be gluten, dairy and egg free (boo me!) I see all these great recipes and just trying to play around a little bit 🙂
Pam, I am not sure because I haven’t tried yet. We are just excited to have fluffy “bread”. On other recipes I have used the following as substitutes per egg: 1/3 applesauce, 1/3 c coconut oil, 1/2 mashed banana. These might work, let us know and others may benefit. Thanks for stopping in.