Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Sandwich Bread

Today, I am offering what might feel to you normal 'glutenous' people like another gluten free bread recipe. To those of us gluten-freer's, I share golden, light, non-crumbly yeast bread. I've been working on this recipe for months, and only chose to publish it after proving it consistent. If you have any questions, ask me. I might have run into the same problem.
 Honestly, when was the last time you saw gf bread softly bend like this?
GF Sandwich Bread

Prep yeast:
2 T yeast
3/4 c warm water
Stir yeast in warm water and set aside for 10-15 minutes

Whisk flour mixture in separate bowl:
1 c milled flax seed
3 c whole grain flour mix {I use equal parts millet, yellow split pea and sweet rice}
2 t salt
2 t xantham gum

Using a stand mixer, mix:
2 eggs
prepped yeast and water
1/3 c honey
1/3 c kefir {1/2 c plain yogurt}

Add flour in 1 cup increments to the wet ingredients. This is the crucial step - Beat on medium high for 5 minutes until dough looks whipped {you are aligning the protein in the eggs just like you would kneading wheat bread}. Move dough to greased bread pan. Wet hands or spatula to smooth out the top. Allow bread to rise for 20-30 minutes {it over rises easily and will fall in the oven}, then turn oven to 350 degrees. When preheated, bake for 40 minutes, rotating the bread halfway through.

You guys are great. Thanks for reading this silly blog and for commenting and encouraging me. I really appreciate your time!


  1. i'm a "normal 'glutenous' people" and very interested in your recipe! always up for a challenge and something new! :) thank you for sharing, friend!

  2. This looks really good - I'll have to give it a try. I'm new to your blog, but have truly enjoyed reading your journey so I hope you don't mind that I pass the Liebster Blog award on to you. You can go to my blog for more details about the award. Have a wonderful week!

  3. Thanks for checking us out. And thank you for the shout out. I'll pass it on, post hast.


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