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4 Gluten-Free Recipes in Your Breadmaker

4 Gluten-Free Recipes

4 Gluten-Free Breadmaker Recipes

Some of us are unfortunate enough to suffer from wheat allergies, and a growing number of us are trying to lead a healthier lifestyle by cutting out gluten. This does not mean that we can’t enjoy bread however, as it is possible to make great wheat-free or gluten-free bread using a bread machine.

There is a huge variety of breads you can make, from just normal white or wholemeal, to gluten free pita or sourdough bread. Some may need finishing in the oven, but most of the hard work is taken out of recipes when you use a breadmaker to knead or mix ingredients.

You can, of course, buy ready prepared gluten-free bread mixes, but there is something enormously satisfying about doing everything from scratch. Try experimenting with these bread recipes using your favourite add-on ingredients. Fruit, dried fruit, herbs and spices are all good options, as the up to date machines can do almost anything using separate containers for fruit, yeast, nuts, and more. When your gluten-free bread comes together it will taste delicious.

Be brave, invest in a breadmaker and discover a whole new tasty world!

Gluten-Free Cinnamon Fruit and Raisin Bread

Few things make for a more mouth-watering breakfast than this combination of fruit and spice, and best of all: it’s actually healthy! Be bowled over by the amazing smell, and let the astonishing taste tempt you back for a second serving.

Serves:                            1 Medium loaf
Preparation Time:         10 minutes
Cook Time:                      Follow breadmaker instructions
Ingredients:

  • 315ml water
  • 3 large eggs
  • 45ml vegetable oil, butter or melted margarine 
  • 180g mashed ripe bananas or apple sauce
  • 1tsp salt
  • 3tbsp brown sugar
  • 2tbsp skimmed milk powder
  • 450g rice flour
  • 180g potato starch
  • 80ml tapioca starch
  • 1tsp xanthan gum
  • 1tsp plain gelatine
  • 1tbsp ground cinnamon
  • 2tsp standard bread maker yeast
  • 15g raisins or chopped nuts

Gluten-Free Cinnamon Fruit and Raisin Bread

Method:

  1. Apply your water, eggs, oil/butter/margarine and fruit of choice to the pan of your bread machine and give these ingredients a firm mix.
  2. Once you’ve done this you can introduce the remaining ingredients – adding them in the order listed. Set your bread maker to a standard cycle for a white loaf.
  3. Let your bread maker do its thing for five minutes, then lift the lid and ever-so-delicately insert a flat surface, such as a plastic spatula, down the sides to prevent sticking.
  4. Close the lid once more and let the machine finish its work.
  5. Once your loaf is baked, remove it from the breadmaker and leave it to cool, enjoying the mouth-watering aroma of cinnamon before tucking in!

PLEASE NOTE – if you use instant yeast, this recipe changes slightly. If this is case, also apply 1tsp of white or cider vinegar to the mix and bake using your bread maker’s express setting, not standard.

Gluten-Free Corn Bread

Corn bread is a hugely popular choice with our American friends, who use it as a side dish with almost any savoury meal. Follow this recipe and you will soon understand why.

Serves:                           1 medium loaf
Preparation Time:        5 minutes
Cook Time:                     Follow Breadmaker instructions
Ingredients:

  • 3 large eggs
  • 300ml milk
  • 10ml lemon juice
  • 175g melted white vegetable fat
  • 250g maize flour
  • 1½tsp salt
  • 1tbsp gluten-free baking powder

Gluten-Free Corn Bread

Method:

  1. Crack your eggs into a bowl, and add the milk and lemon juice. Take your whisk to these ingredients and, once they’ve had a good mix, pour into the pan of your breadmaker.
  2. Pour the remaining ingredients on top of your existing mix, and start your breadmaker on a Dough cycle.
  3. Leave the machine for around five minutes, then lift the lid and take a flat implement to the sides to avoid sticking and ensure the contents are nice and smooth. Never use your fingers for this – it’s what a spatula is for. You should probably do this twice, to be on the safe side.
  4. Return the pan to the bread machine, and this time set the device to bake or Extrabake, (depending on the make of your machine. This should take less than an hour, but feel free to keep an eye on the loaf within; if it has risen sufficiently and is smooth to the touch, it may be ready to come out.
  5. Leave the corn bread on a cooling rack once it has completed its cycle, chop up into squares or slices that will fit onto a side plate, and serve to your hungry diners!

Gluten-Free Linseed Brown Bread

Many of us are becoming increasingly aware of the benefits of so-called ‘superfoods’. This wholesome loaf of bread is absolutely packed with goodness for all the family, but it doesn’t sacrifice taste. Let it set you up fantastically for the day ahead.

Serves:                           1 medium loaf
Preparation Time:        10 minutes
Cook Time:                     Follow Breadmaker Instructions
Ingredients:

  • 1 large egg
  • 350ml water
  • 3tbsp dry milk powder
  • 1tsp lemon juice
  • 3tbsp sunflower oil
  • 1tbsp black treacle
  • 2tsp light brown sugar
  • 1tbsp gluten-free baking powder
  • 225g brown rice flour
  • 50g quinoa flour
  • 50g buckwheat flour
  • 1tsbp xanthum gum
  • 1½tsp salt
  • 1tbsp linseed
  • 1tbsp active dried yeast

Gluten-Free Linseed Brown Bread

Method:

  1. Put your egg, milk powder and water to a bowl and take a whisk to them, building up a smooth paste, then drop this into the pan of your breadmaker.
  2. Apply the lemon juice, sugar, treacle and oil. Then add the flour, gum, linseed and salt to the top, and finally, sprinkle your yeast over all of these ingredients.
  3. Start your bread machine to bake on the basic setting for a medium (up to 700g) loaf, providing a dark crust if this is an option open to you. Leave the breadmaker to do what it does best.
  4. When complete, leave the loaf to cool for a minimum of ten minutes on an appropriate rack and enjoy! Gluten-free linseed brown bread should remain fresh for at least four days.

Gluten-Free White Bread

We all have to learn to walk before we can run, and sometimes it pays to start simple. This recipe is for a conventional medium-sized white loaf that can be baked in your breadmaker utilising entirely gluten-free ingredients.

Serves:                           1 Medium Loaf
Preparation Time:        Less than 5 minutes
Cook Time:                     Follow Breadmaker Instructions
Ingredients:

  • 450g gluten-free white bread flour
  • 300g milk
  • 2 eggs
  • 2tbsp sugar
  • 1tsp vinegar
  • 1tsp salt
  • 2tbsp sugar
  • 2tsp quick yeast
  • 6tsp oil

Gluten-Free White Bread

Method:

  1. Use a measuring jug to pour your 300g of milk and pour into a large kitchen bowl, then apply both eggs, your tsp of vinegar and 6tsps of oil.
  2. Give this a good beating in the bowl, then pour into the pan of your breadmaker.
  3. Once in the pan, apply the 450g of flour, 2tbsp of sugar and 1tsp of salt to the existing mix and give it a stir using a wooden spoon.
  4. Once mixed up appropriately, sprinkle the yeast on top of the mix and start your breadmaker on its standard programming.
  5. Let the bread machine run for a few minutes, then open the lid and run a flat kitchen implement such as a spatula down the side of your pan to prevent the mix from sticking. Don’t use your fingers for this!
  6. Close the lid and allow your machine to finish mixing and baking a delicious gluten-free loaf.

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