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The Best Gluten Free Bread Maker

Updated on September 7, 2014

Why A Gluten Free Breadmaker?

I Have To Follow A Gluten Free Diet!

When I was first told that I had to follow a Gluten Free diet there were two thoughts that came instantly to mind! What was I going to do about Pasta and what about the bread that I love? How I dealt with my love of pasta is for another time but let me tell you how I coped with the issues around bread. Shortly after I was told about my new diet I discovered that there was Gluten Free Bread available.

Now, my partner loves making bread and had been making our own bread for some time. I spent some weeks trying the various types of shop bought gluten free bread and while I would say that it was "acceptable" it didn't bear comparison with home made bread. But then I discovered that there were Gluten Free Bread Makers available!

I am not alone in not being able to eat anything with gluten in it. They show that at least 1 in 100 people are allergic to gluten, many suffering from Celiac disease, or they are following a gluten-free lifestyle.

But I Love Bread!

Unfortunately, as I discovered quite early on having a gluten allergy is incredibly inconvenient because it meant I had to give up a lot of my favorite foods or to be forced to go with gluten-free alternatives that don't taste very good. For many of us bread really is the ultimate sacrifice.

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I Discover The Gluten Free Bread Maker

Some other people I know who suffer from this allergy have told me that as far as they are concerned gluten-free bread really doesn't taste very good, so what can they do? Let's take a look at one great solution which is the Gluten Free Bread Maker from Cuisinart!

The Cuisinart CBK-100 2-Pound Programmable Bread Maker is ideal for those suffering from gluten allergies. It has the capabilities to make a tasty gluten-free bread with recipes that are fool-proof with an actual gluten-free setting on the control panel. Cuisinart recognizes that most flours contain gluten, and therefore, different ingredients must be used.

Using a Gluten Free Bread Maker

What I really like about this bread maker is that it is also programmable and automatic. If like me you like to start your morning off with fresh baked gluten-free bread that you had set up the night before then this is perfect. I also like the fact that this gluten free bread maker can make a variety of loaf sizes from 1 pound, 1 1/2 pound, and 2 pounds as well as three different types of crust.

I also like the fact that you can monitor the state of your bread with a viewing window! Inside there is a removable bread pan as well as a removable dough blade. All the tools you need to start baking delicious gluten-free bread come with the bread maker including a measuring cup and a measuring spoon. The "stay-cool" handles make transporting the bread maker very easy for me.

I am also really pleased that with this gluten free bread maker, we are not limited to just one gluten free bread recipe. In the recipe book, there are different flavors and varieties of gluten-free bread. If like me you're allergic to gluten, or following a gluten-free lifestyle, this bread maker is truly a "must have" for your kitchen.

Gluten Free Bread Recipes for Your New Bread Maker

If you are buying a Gluten Free Bread Maker then why not try some of the delicious gluten free bread recipes are available and make sure to stock up on your key ingredients!

Starting To Live Gluten Free

Living Gluten Free isn't always easy and whilst you can make your own gluten free bread with this wonderful bread maker you might also find the following advice helpful.

Do You Have To Eat Gluten Free or Have You Chosen To Live Gluten Free? Share Your Experiences with your fellow readers.

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    • PaigSr profile image


      5 years ago from State of Confusion

      Not someone in my family but I have a friend that I will be passing this on to.

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      5 years ago

      Superior review, thanks!

    • MartieG profile image

      MartieG aka 'survivoryea' 

      5 years ago from Jersey Shore

      My oldest daughter has celiac disease and must stay strictly away from gluten-I use Bob's packaged mixes often but did not know about this gluten free bread maker-thanks for a very useful review.


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