2 Reviews

Excellent, easy recipe! I just started gluten-free and I love that this bread has a sponge-y texture like bread with gluten. I cannot have dairy, so I left out the powdered milk but used almond milk in place of the water. It turned out great and it did not take a long time to make (compared to regular gluten yeast breads that take hours to let rise). I will probably play with this recipe in the future and try adding other gluten free whole grains like amaranth and quinoa, etc. Thanks for the recipe

So I just wanted to add a note that I modified it. I decided to use oat flour instead of the brown rice flour and I used white rice flour instead of the cornstarch and I added a 1/4 cup of molasses to the to the total liquid measurement (subtract 1/4 cup from the total amount of liquid originally stated. So, this made a delicious oatey-molasses bread. Celiacs could use certified gluten free oats if they wanted.

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Sassy Sarah August 25, 2011

Still looking?this wasn't terrible but not a winner for this wheat gluten addict. I followed the recipe as written. Interestingly, it had a sort of cornbread taste with a very moist texture.

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Christine B. February 18, 2014
Easy Gluten-Free Sandwich Bread