When it comes to a bread making process, there’s nothing better like warm, flavorful, and fresh-out-of-the-oven bread. Even if it’s gluten- or grain-free. I’ve been sharing my favorite finds on Pinterest since yesterday so I hope you enjoy this round-up post.
Homemade gluten-free bread is substantially more delicious than store-bought varieties.It isn’t loaded with preservatives and is pretty inexpensive to make, especially if you have a bread maker. The only downside is that homemade gluten-free breads are more likely to fail baking and oftentimes people get moist and hard loaves that are impossible to eat.
Fear not. I’m going to share 5 tried and tested recipes that will teach you how to bake soft and airy gluten-free bread with that perfect buttery crust in your bread machine.
The classic recipe but with a modern twist. Despite being gluten-free, this bread reminds me of that delicious homey-like bread we used to buy a decade ago when local manufacturers knew nothing about the harsh preservatives.
This one is for you, sandwich and toast lovers. Just one look at the picture and you’re ready to pull out your bread maker right away.
Unlike store-bought varieties, this homemade sandwich bread is almost allergy-free and good for people with various food restrictions.
Although this white rice sandwich bread resembles coconut flour bread, it’s a lot tastier and healthier.
Not only is this bread gluten-free, but it also contains superfoods like chia seeds and golden flax meal that are crazy good for your overall health and your waistline as well. Rice flour is rich in protein – a key ingredient of most diet-friendly and low-calorie recipes.
This wholesome, hearty bread is high in flavor and packed with flax seeds, which are fortified with omega-3 essential fatty acids, fiber, lignans, and powerful antioxidants that help to reduce the risk of cancer and heart disease.
And of course, it’s gluten-free and almost Paleo-friendly – perfect as an alternative to a traditional bread. Plus, it’s easy to make and will feed the whole family for dinner.
A mind-blowing mix of Italian herbs makes this bread unbelievably flavorful and delis. It goes well with a myriad of family dishes, including soups, chili con carne, sautés, salads, stews, and barbecues.
There are two methods of making this Italian-inspired bread, so if you want to bake it in the oven, you’ll already have a recipe handy here at this blog.
All these gluten-free breads are jam-packed with nutrients that will help your body function better. Be careful though, it’s so tempting to eat a loaf as soon as it comes out of the bread maker.
Sure, they all can be baked in the oven, but who wants to spend their time for mixing, kneading, greasing, and watching the rise and baking processes? Let the machine do that work for you. All you need to do then is just slice and enjoy!