Gluten Free Bread Recipe

Gluten Free Bread

Since I've started to go gluten free for both health and to see if it improves my fertility, I've been search the stores and recipe books for nice and simple gluten free bread recipes.

Most of the bread in the shops are rather bland and more 'cake' like and I'm not a huge fan of the texture. And many of the recipes in my books call for complicated ingredients, but I have found one which makes a rather nice bread loaf and it's super simple to make.

And of course it's totally gluten free. I hope you like it.

Simple Gluten Free Bread Recipe

2½ cups almond flour
½ teaspoon sea salt
½ teaspoon baking soda (gluten free)
3 eggs
1 tablespoon honey
½ teaspoon apple cider vinegar

Mix together the dry ingredients in a large bowl: the almond flour, salt and baking soda.
In another bowl whisk the eggs and then add the honey and vinegar. Once mixed well, add the dry ingredients to the mixture.
Add the bread batter into a bread loaf pan and bake at 300°F (150°C) for about 50 minutes or until a skewer comes out clean.

Once it has cooled serve to eat.

Makes 12 slices

NOTE: You can also use appliances such as the Kitchenaid Stand Mixer series to mix the ingredients together as well if you have one.

Cooking Gluten Free Bread in a Crock Pot

Did you know that you can cook Gluten Free Bread in the CrockPot?  It's true.  I stumbled upon this recipe that claims to produce moist, airy and delicious gluten free bread.  I haven't tried it myself yet, but it looks yummy and can't wait to get the slow cooker out of the back of the cupboard and try it.

Here's the link: Perfect Gluten Free Bread Baked in the CrockPot

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Celiac Disease

Celiac Disease is a disease that affects the digestive system and makes it difficult to absorb certain nutrients from food.  You may also have a gluten intolerance or gluten allergy which isn't as serious as celiac disease (the body may still be able to absorb nutrients but still has digestive problems).

The advice to treat and manage a gluten intolerance or celiac disease is always the same - avoiding gluten in the diet which is found in wheat and wheat derived products.

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tasksgirl 6 years ago from Los Angeles, CA

This sounds very good! I will have to try it!


Samantha 22 months ago

Horrible and a complete waste of money and ingredients!!!

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