There is no question that one of the foods that people most want to cook when they go gluten free is bread. I get dozens of emails each week with questions about gluten free bread, and my sandwich bread recipe gets about 20,000 hits each month. That’s a lot of people who want to learn to cook GF bread!
For all of us who are gluten free, it can be tricky to keep bread on hand. You might be able to get gluten free bread at the store (emphasis on might), but that gets expensive quickly, and let’s face it, a lot of store-bought GF bread just isn’t that good.
What if you could make great tasting gluten free bread in your own kitchen? What if you had a recipe that worked every single time? And that your whole family enjoyed eating? Wouldn’t that be pretty awesome?
I should have written to you long before now and thanks you for being a life saver. Without your bread and flour mix I would have died of malnutrition long before now. I am a seventy-eight year old retired engineer that was diagnosed with celiac three years ago. Most of the foods that I loved were now off the menu and all the bread that I could find was like trying to eat a hockey puck. Then a friend told me about your web site and life changed for the better. ~Schuble
Get The Bread Recipe I Use In My Own Home
I spent more than 3 years coming up with the sandwich bread recipe I use now, and it is delicious. In fact, it’s so good that I’ve started using the same recipe to make other breads – I’ve made dinner rolls from the recipe, hamburger buns, and even foot-long sub sandwich buns.
Despite the fact that the recipe is available on my blog, I still get a lot of questions from readers who want more help with making the bread. Some people make the bread and love the taste,for their other food allergies, but don’t know how to get started.
To help everyone who has questions about baking gluten free bread, I’ve made an online cooking class that’s all about the basics of baking gluten free bread. Gluten Free Bread 101 is now available to everyone as a single course – you don’t have to sign up for a quarterly membership to the Cooking School.
Gluten Free Bread 101 – $49.95
Gluten Free Bread That Tastes Good:
OMG!! This recipe rocks!! I’m SO glad I found this site. I’ve been missing sandwiches so bad that I broke down and ate one with regular bread. BIG mistake. So I found this recipe and finally got all the ingrediants. I’d already eaten dinner, so I had a piece with some cinnamon sugar on it and my mouth was in heaven. Thanks, thanks, thanks! ~Barb
Flours You Can Find and Afford:
Gluten free bread mixes and flours are so expensive. When I created this recipe I wanted to use the most inexpensive flours and the flours that were the most commonly available. Two of the flours are available at most grocery stores (even rural ones!) and the other two flours are two of the least expensive gluten free free flours and they are readily available online or in most grocery stores in larger cities.
More Praise From People Just Like You:
Here’s some feedback that I’ve gotten from my students:
I have tried many gluten free mixes and a few of the frozen gluten free breads – NONE compare to the bread I make from your sandwich bread recipe. I try to make 2 loaves every other weekend. It is so good and freezes very well..
I tried your bread recipe tonight. Just mixed like you said, used the electric mixer for 4 minutes (total prep time 7 minutes), popped the dough into oiled bread pans, let rise for 30 minutes on the back of the warm stove, baked for 50 minutes. IT WAS WONDERFUL! DELIGHTFUL! FLUFFY! FRAGRANT! SMOOTH!
Even the gluten lovers praised it and went for thirds. My daughter loves it also. Was totally blown away by how quick and easy it will be to make her own wonderful bread. Thank you so much. You are the Bread Goddess in our home. — Meadow
Gluten Free Bread 101 – $49.95
So let’s talk about what you get in the Bread Lesson.
3 New Gluten Free Bread Recipes:
1. An updated version of my original sandwich bread recipe with some new tweaks that make the bread even better (see picture above – doesn’t that texture look amazing!). The new recipe is only available in this course. This bread is gluten free, dairy free, nut free and soy free.
2. The final version of my new gluten free, corn free bread. If you’ve been struggling to find a gluten free, corn free recipes, search no more. This bread is gluten free, dairy free, corn free, and soy free.
3. For the more advanced bakers, there is a gluten free Easter bread recipe which I developed from a traditional Slovakian recipe. Rich and sweet, this bread is perfect for special meals or gifts. This bread is gluten free, soy free, and nut free.
3 How-To Articles:
In addition to the three recipes, I’ve written three jam-packed articles on baking gluten free bread that will help you learn exactly how to get great results every time.
1. The first article is the basics – what you need to know before you start baking.There is information here that you won’t have read anywhere else.
2. The second article covers ingredient substitutions for baking bread. If you have to avoid more than just gluten, such as corn, rice, dairy, sugar, etc, this article will help you out as you bake and cook.
3. The third article contains the 10 most frequently asked questions that I receive from my readers about GF bread. If you’ve ever wondered what sort of bread machine to get, how to keep your bread from falling, or how to keep your bread from being gritty or hard as a brick, this article is for you.
Most importantly, the online class include a nearly 20 minute long video where I walk you step-by-step through baking a loaf of bread. You can see the exact ingredients I use, watch me mix it up, see the consistency of the dough, and gaze at the finished product!
Bread recipes are temperamental and it takes practice to learn what gluten free bread dough should look like. If you’ve not baked hundreds of loaves of gluten free bread, then it’s hard to know if you’re doing it right until 20 minutes after the loaf is out of the oven. But, by watching this video, you’ll be able to see what the dough should look like and make adjustments accordingly so that you don’t waste your expensive ingredients.
Gluten Free Bread 101 – $49.95
Ask Questions & Get Answers
Have you ever taken a online cooking course? It’s wonderful. You can work on it whenever you want, and at any pace you want. You can wear you pajamas. You can sing while you bake. Whatever you want – no one is watching! If you want to find out more about how a virtual cooking course works, read the Cooking Class FAQ.
But, what if you have questions? What if something doesn’t turn out right? Are you stuck?
No worries. When you buy a Gluten Free Cooking School, you get ongoing support by email from me (and the other students!) through my invitation only Yahoo Group. You can upload pictures, ask for advice, and generally get all of the help you would get (and probable more) than you would in a live cooking class.
Grab It Now and Start Making Delicious Gluten Free Bread!
Gluten Free Bread 101 has been available to the members of my Cooking School for a few months now, but I’m making it available to everyone now for just $49.95. That’s less than the cost of a few loaves of store-bought GF bread. If you buy Gluten Free Bread 101 and don’t find it helpful, just email me and I’ll refund your money. No hassle and no questions asked.
Since this is an online course, you’ll get immediate access to the entire lesson. The entire lesson will be delivered to your email inbox within moments of your purchase. You can get started cooking great gluten free bread in just a few minutes!
Bake These Gluten Free – Allergy Friendly Recipes:
I know that many of you struggle with multiple food allergies. The three recipes included with this class were written with you in mind. Before you purchase the class, check the ingredients list below to see if one or more of the recipes will work for you.
Recipe 1 – gluten free, casein free, soy free, nut free:
brown rice flour, corn starch, sorghum flour, masa harina, xanthan gum, salt, water, yeast, sugar, eggs, oil, cider vinegar
Recipe 2 – gluten free, casein free, soy free, corn free:
brown rice flour, tapioca starch, sorghum flour, almond flour, guar gum, salt, water, yeast, sugar, eggs, oil
Recipe 3 – gluten free, soy free, nut free, casein free substitutes suggested:
brown rice flour, corn starch, sorghum flour, masa harina, xanthan gum, salt, milk, yeast, sugar, eggs, butter, vanilla
**If these recipes use ingredients that you are allergic too, you can still sign up for the course. I’ll be happy to give you suggestions as to what substitutes you might want to try on your own. Or you can wait until I offer a more intensive bread course (still in development) that will help you design your own bread recipe that works for your particular food allergies**
I just made your “Finally Really Good Gluten Free Sandwich Bread” using the Gluten Free/Rice Free flour mix you helped me come up with and it is amazing! I’m so use to bread recipes being so “doughy” that it was hard to see it being “different” but it is awesome! Even my husband and daughter is eating it! I can finally have sandwiches again! Yeah! Thanks for all the help! ~ Renee
Gluten Free Bread 101 – $49.95
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