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Gluten free soft bread


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Ingredients

10 piece(s)

  • 380 g water
  • 80 g honey
  • 2.5 teaspoons dried yeast
  • 520 g Gluten free all purpose flour
  • 10 g Gluten Free Baking Powder
  • 5 g salt
  • 10 g apple cider vinegar
  • 2 eggs
  • 6
    45min
    Preparation 5min
    Baking/Cooking
  • 7
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Recipe's preparation

  1. Add water, honey and yeast to the mixing bowl.  Mix 1 min/37 degrees/speed 1

    Add remaining ingredients to the mixing bowl.  Mix 15 sec/speed 5.  Scrape down sides of bowl then mix again for a further 15 sec/speed 5

    Pour mixture into a loaf pan lined with baking paper, and place in a warm area to prove for 20-30 minutes.  While this is proving, preheat your oven to 190 degrees.

     

    Bake for 35-45 minutes.  Allow to cool in the pan for 5 minutes before turning onto a wire rack to cool completely.

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  • Was very easy to make. Everyone loved it

    Submitted by laurena83 on 19. May 2018 - 11:03.

    Was very easy to make. Everyone loved it

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  • made this tonght and everybody loves it!

    Submitted by Swisskiwi on 3. April 2018 - 17:44.

    made this tonght and everybody loves it!

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  • Loved it

    Submitted by Finn on 4. February 2018 - 13:54.

    Loved it

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  • So soft and fluffy. We loved it. The best one...

    Submitted by Finn on 4. February 2018 - 13:50.

    So soft and fluffy. We loved it. The best one I’ve tried. I had one problem though. The honey seemed to sink to the bottom of the loaf. Any suggestions.

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  • (No Subject)

    Submitted by Denky on 15. January 2018 - 15:28.

    I replaced the honey with 2 Table Spoons of sugar, and it worked well. The texture is more cake like than bread, but my son says it tastes good and is happily eating it.

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  • I made this tonight and it worked out great! I...

    Submitted by zoeb222 on 25. November 2017 - 22:06.

    I made this tonight and it worked out great! I milled rice to make rice flour as I didn't have enough GF flour and it worked well. It's a very runny batter and initially I was worried about it but it maked really well and came out very nicely.

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  • So easy to make! Thanks.

    Submitted by MeganF on 16. September 2017 - 18:21.

    So easy to make! Thanks.

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  • I have had ceoliacs for 20 years and that was by...

    Submitted by Kerry S on 18. May 2017 - 19:42.

    I have had ceoliacs for 20 years and that was by far and away the best bread I have ever made/eaten including store bought, thankyou so much SmileLove

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  • Loved it Thx

    Submitted by petsabound on 11. May 2017 - 23:54.

    Loved it 😋Thx.

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  • Thank you. Lovely result. Sunk a little after...

    Submitted by xfoxyx on 18. February 2017 - 19:12.

    Thank you. Lovely result. Sunk a little after cooking but tasted lovely dunked in pumpkin soup.

    Id like to reduce the honey for a more savoury taste.

    I just used Woolworths GF plain flour.

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  • You should be able to use

    Submitted by Shell_35 on 29. October 2016 - 13:52.

    You should be able to use sugar but not sure how much you would need to use sorry! 

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  • Hi, would anyone know if is

    Submitted by Amandajayne on 29. October 2016 - 13:16.

    Hi, would anyone know if is it possible to use sugar or rapadura instead of honey?  I don't really like the taste of honey and not so keen on rms either.  Thanks in advance.  I hope to make this today tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • How would I make this egg

    Submitted by Chiara-jo on 21. September 2016 - 16:41.

    How would I make this egg free?

     

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  • You can often replace with

    Submitted by faimus83 on 17. September 2016 - 15:05.

    You can often replace with lemon juice.

     

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  • We can't have vinegar. Any

    Submitted by Julia Weis on 14. August 2016 - 21:03.

    We can't have vinegar. Any suggestions on what I could replace the vinegar with or could I leave it out altogether??  Really looking forward to giving this recipe a try. 

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  • how can i convert this for a

    Submitted by chenoadove on 7. December 2015 - 12:39.

    how can i convert this for a tm5 please

     

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  • Delish! kids even love it.

    Submitted by adayinthelifeofstacy on 1. November 2015 - 15:00.

    Delish! kids even love it.

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  • Yes , I used golden syrup and

    Submitted by JillandMIchelle on 11. October 2015 - 08:19.

    Yes , I used golden syrup and I have used rice malt syrup . Golden syrup had a definate taste But worked . Rice malt syrup I liked better . 

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  • Beautiful light texture and

    Submitted by JillandMIchelle on 18. September 2015 - 10:27.

    Beautiful light texture and held together better than usual though I have to admit I tweeked the receipe as I carnt have honey and I ran out of plain GF flour (!)  So I used golden syrup and 150gm of self raising Gluten free flour . I found I had to kneed the dough rather just mix it and cooking time was max , or maybe 50 min, but the end result was lovely , unusually light . Thanks 

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  • On my first attempt, it

    Submitted by JWal77 on 28. August 2015 - 12:17.

    On my first attempt, it tastes like, and has the texture of my bakery bought GF bread. The presentation wasn't as good though - mine sunk in the middle a lot. Would this be due to proofing for too long (it was probably out for over an hour)? 

    I'll probably use a bit less honey next time. Thanks so much for sharing! I'm excited to have this recipe in my collection tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Disastrous result for me

    Submitted by Cordy72 on 12. August 2015 - 18:13.

    Disastrous result for me unfortunately. The bread rose nicely but was very crumbly and falling apart on the inside, horrible texture and taste. I halved the amount of honey but I wouldn't have thought this would have that much of an impact on texture?

    I didn't rate the recipe because there are so many positive reviews so I'm thinking I must have done something wrong tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • So good!!!!! Thanks for

    Submitted by Aupair on 30. July 2015 - 11:23.

    So good!!!!! Thanks for sharing

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  • Yummy Bread Lovely

    Submitted by SaraKate on 26. June 2015 - 16:05.

    Yummy Bread tmrc_emoticons.) Lovely Texture

    This bread worked really well, I was worried it would over flow when proving, So I made buns in an extra large muffin tray, they were delicious too (It didn't double in size, next time I will just put the lot in the loaf tin)

    I used RMS instead of honey - will use less next time, and I will also reduce the salt to about 1/2 teasspoon instead.

    I have "all about bread" GF Soft bread flour - WA product

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  • Excellent, I use Coles G.F

    Submitted by Chrit on 21. March 2015 - 12:56.

    Excellent, I use Coles G.F Bakers flour my 4yr old loves it!!!!

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  • Thanks for a great recipe. So

    Submitted by Nanderson on 5. March 2015 - 21:16.

    Thanks for a great recipe. So quick and easy and tasty. I could even bend a piece without it breaking or crumbling!  I used rice malt syrup to replace honey as I don't really like honey and Woolworths brand gluten free flour as that is what i had in the cupboard. tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • The best gluten free bread i

    Submitted by ThermoAbbott on 2. March 2015 - 22:24.

    The best gluten free bread i have ever had. Thank you for sharing the recipe.

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  • Lovely bread recipe I used

    Submitted by van der Ploeg on 17. January 2015 - 19:50.

    Lovely bread recipe tmrc_emoticons.) I used white wings gf plain flour and it worked out fine. It also rose beautifully. Looking forward to toasting it tomorrow for breakfast. No toppings required, just butter due to the nice honey flavour. Will try using your flour blend next time and perhaps rice malt syrup another time to work out my favourite combination. Thanks for sharing. Ps: my dog was begging for a taste. Lick of approval from her too. tmrc_emoticons.p

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  • where is your gf flour

    Submitted by moomin on 9. January 2015 - 13:31.

    where is your gf flour recipe?

     

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  • I mad it using Bobs Red Mill

    Submitted by Bigbill on 5. January 2015 - 19:47.

    I mad it using Bobs Red Mill all purpose gf baking flour from Coles and it was lovely. Cheers 

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  • I made this tonight using an

    Submitted by Bigbill on 5. January 2015 - 19:45.

    I made this tonight using an all purpose gf flour fom Coles and it was perfect! It was also one of the first things I have made in my Thermomix which was officially delivered today tmrc_emoticons.) Thanks for sharing your recipe Shell. 

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  • I used  a high quality

    Submitted by Antics55 on 5. January 2015 - 18:58.

    I used  a high quality  italian G F flour  which my son ordered online for me and it was perfect.

    Anne

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  • Perfect gluten free bread. I

    Submitted by Antics55 on 5. January 2015 - 18:55.

    Perfect gluten free bread.

    I have only made 1 loaf of bread in my life and it was a disaster And this first time round wS perfect. My family were astounded.

    Thank you

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  • Thanks, worked well.

    Submitted by moomin on 19. December 2014 - 09:52.

    Thanks, worked well. Wondering if you could reduce honey amount and it still work? Too sweet for me. And sway chia for egg, for at least one egg?

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  • it didnt work for me but i

    Submitted by moomin on 14. December 2014 - 20:46.

    it didnt work for me but i didnt use your gf flour recipe. have bought some xanthan gum and will do next time. thanks.

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  • Have made this several times

    Submitted by MissusA on 15. October 2014 - 20:02.

    Have made this several times now (using the gf flour recipe too) and will be continuing to do so. It's a lovely, light and fluffy bread and toasts well too. Have made it in muffin tin to make "rolls" and it works fine (cooking time for rolls approx 20-25 minutes). Thanks for a great gluten free bread! 

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  • Hi, Just interested to know

    Submitted by jess.x on 5. October 2014 - 10:52.

    Hi,

    Just interested to know if this recipe worked with store bought GF flour?

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  • Love this bread. Light and

    Submitted by Suze_Q on 6. September 2014 - 19:53.

    Love this bread. Light and fluffy. I replaced 100g of plain flour with buckwheat flour given I didn't have enough and it came our beautiful. Will try freezing it and see if it is still as godo. It'll be a regular I think! 

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  • Great bread.  We also made it

    Submitted by amyk11 on 28. August 2014 - 09:56.

    Great bread.  We also made it into a garlic bread afterwards

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  • I haven't tried it but you

    Submitted by Shell_35 on 25. July 2014 - 06:48.

    I haven't tried it but you could try putting it into a muffin tin 

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  • try rice bran syrup, fructose

    Submitted by silasozzie on 25. July 2014 - 03:20.

    try rice bran syrup, fructose free

     

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  • could you make this

    Submitted by Natashaw33 on 6. July 2014 - 09:31.

    could you make this mixture into rolls?

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  • Does anyone know if the honey

    Submitted by Kelstar77 on 30. June 2014 - 13:59.

    Does anyone know if the honey can be swapped for golden syrup? I am unable to eat honey due to fructose malabsorption so I always substitue honey for golden syrup. I am also not sure if I can have apple cider vinegar so can that be substituted for something else? If so what........ TIASo I made this with golden syrup instead of honey. I am not sure if my bread is slightly undercooked as it seems very dense. I have purchased a thermometer that I will use next time to make sure if it at the right temp. Other than the fact is dense it was still edible. I toasted it to have with my home made pumpkin soup... yummy tmrc_emoticons.-)

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  • I hadn't tried it myself but

    Submitted by Shell_35 on 19. June 2014 - 17:02.

    I hadn't tried it myself but I can't see why it wouldn't. Let me know how it goes

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  • Thanks so much. If I use

    Submitted by lynchy77 on 19. June 2014 - 16:43.

    Thanks so much. If I use store bought GF plain flour will it still work?

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  • Plain! Sorry, I have an all

    Submitted by Shell_35 on 18. June 2014 - 21:39.

    Plain! Sorry, I have an all purpose recipe on my blog that I use in this recipe. Hope your little one likes it. 

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  • I'm so excited to make this

    Submitted by lynchy77 on 18. June 2014 - 21:31.

    I'm so excited to make this for my 8 year old Coeliac! One question - when you say GF all purpose flour are you referring to GF plain flour or GF SR flour. I still get confused when people don't call it one or the other! Can't wait to give it a go this weekend. Thanks so much.

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  • Yes, it is a thick cake

    Submitted by Shell_35 on 17. June 2014 - 19:33.

    Yes, it is a thick cake batter texture! Hope it works out well. 

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  • Hi is this meant to be quite

    Submitted by cassandrasnape on 17. June 2014 - 16:56.

    Hi is this meant to be quite a runny dough almost like a cake mixture? I haven't got it out of the oven yet but is looking great!

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  • Sooo easy and delicious!!! I

    Submitted by Courtney vH on 12. June 2014 - 07:02.

    Sooo easy and delicious!!! I replaced 200 grams of the GF flour with oats (that I milled briefly), although there is argument about whether oats are GF so not a suitable alternative for celiacs.

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  • Yes, it is a very wet dough.

    Submitted by Shell_35 on 10. June 2014 - 15:31.

    Yes, it is a very wet dough. Hope it still worked for you!

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