Gluten Free Artisan Bread
I'll be honest. Making bread is NOT my most highlighted talent. I've made more failures in the bread category than I'd like to admit. Being gluten free it is really a hit and miss with finding the right recipe and what works with ingredients. This recipe is by far one of the best I've found and is EASY! No long list of fancy ingredients, no sourdough starter stuff, no fuss no muss. AND it is ONE bowl! It's bouncy and moist, holds together and doesn't have a grainy after taste. SO GOOD!
This recipe is not my own creation but I wanted to save it so that you all could have access to it on my own page. This is from Gluten Free on on Shoestring and I followed it exactly other than using a different GF flour and ACTIVE DRY YEAST instead of INSTANT yeast like she uses. I do weigh out my ingredients on a kitchen scale to ensure proper amounts and if you haven't yet gotten yourself one and love to bake, you should! They are cheap and SO helpful!
I do want to make a note about the ingredients:
- To make it vegan, you can try to sub a chia egg (1 Tbsp ground chia seeds + 1 Tbsp water, mixed and allowed to thicken) as I have not tried but have seen other people use this in other breads. Replacing the milk with dairy free is not an issue.
- I use King Arthur All Purpose flour in this loaf and as we know all GF flours are not equal. I think any mix that includes both starches and rice flours is a good bet.
- If you use INSTANT yeast decrease the amount 6g and just add right into the dry ingredients as this kind of yeast does not need to soak.
- If your flour doesn't contain xanthan gum, add 1 1/4 tsp into your dry ingredients.
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Here you will find recipes either created by me or from ones I have found and changed up to my liking. I try to use ingredients that are usually 95% organic (lessen that toxic load!), very little unrefined sugars used and the majority of these are GLUTEN FREE. We eat legumes, grains, nuts, seeds, grass fed organic meats, pasture raised eggs, very small amounts of organic dairy, and lots of fruits and veggies! You can always change up the recipes to fit your lifestyle or taste buds! Thanks for supporting me and my art through food!