53.Bread recipe Moderated discussion and help for gluten free, coeliac, celiac, wheat allergies or intolerance, Cookery and recipes

Millet Bread Recipe: from on 2004-09-02

I have not been able to find a Millet Bread Recipe. Would you know where I could find one?

Also, my celiac daughter found an article that said that tests seem to prove that the process to turn Barley into Malt flavoring, extract, etc. may remove the gluten. Have you ever read anything about this? It was an article written by an employee from Kelloge.


Re: Millet Bread Recipe: from on 2004-09-02

I no longer recomend Deland Millet Bread. After eating it for many weeks without any problems - it did make my husband very sick. We no longer use it. We have heard from others that it has as much as 20 persent wheat in it even though it is not listed on the label. Also (with interest) is the fact that the store where we bought it now has a letter from Deland Bakery attached to the shelves where the bread is displayed saying that it is not gluten free.

Re: Millet Bread Recipe: from on 2004-09-19

Deland Bakery is going to go out of business. I too have had a reaction to there bread. I buy a lot too. So many people are in an UPROAR over this. Deland Bakery had the market on wheat/gluten free bread. No one else can make palatable wheatfree bread that is decent to eat. No one i know buys deland bakery bread unless they are GLUTEN intolerant.. The guy had the corner of the market all to himself. Deland Bakery was the WALMART of bread. I have since been baking my own. Zuccinie comes out really good like carrot cake. But I need a recipee for toasting and sandwich bread now Grr... Maybe they will wise up and go gluten free again

Re: Millet Bread Recipe: from on 2004-09-20

Please send me your Millet Bread Recipe. I have tried a Rice Bread recipe with not much success.


Elma van der Walt
South Africa

Re: Millet Bread Recipe: from on 2005-02-20

Please send your recipe for yeast free millet & rice flour bread

Re: Millet Bread Recipe: from on 2005-02-20

Debra, I do not have a recipe for Millet Bread - have not been able to find
one. My mother does our gluten-free baking, and is willing to experiment to
see if she can come up with a good bread product. I would like to duplicate
the taste and texture of the Deland Millet Bread - but when that product was
sent for testing, it was discovered that it contained 20\% gluten - either
from wheat or from cross contamination. That bakery is still selling that
same product without listing gluten on the label - so I am sure many people
are using it that do not know. It is still in the health food store that I
shop at. Only organic millet, brown rice, water, baking powder and sea salt
are listed on the label. My husband became very ill after eating it for
many months. It took over 6 months for him to heal and get back to normal
health. He did not have any symptoms until he became so sick he could
barely keep going. I was afraid he was going to die.

If we do make a good product, I will contact you.
Faye Gannon, Dalton, GA

Re Millet Bread Recipe: from karina homma on 2005-05-24

Hi I'm from Brasil and I study at Brazilian University and I'm doing a project with millet, I'm making a macaroni to celiac with millet flour, and I want to know why this kind of food doesn't exist yet? and do you know if the fact that millet does't have gluten the macaroni recipe isn't possible? why? please answer my doubt

Re Millet Bread Recipe: from eman on 2005-06-06

hi i'm eman and i need more information about the miller bread please answear me

Re Millet Bread Recipe: from Peter on 2005-06-06

It is the gluten in wheat that makes products like pasta, and macaroni much easier to make. It also prevents them from breaking up when boiled in water.

You could try using egg or various edible gums with millet to make a macaroni type product.