257.gf bread using breadmaker Moderated discussion and help for gluten free, coeliac, celiac, wheat allergies or intolerance, Cookery and recipes part 5

Re gf bread using breadmaker: from Lynn Dymond on 2009-01-11

Hi

I have just been diagnosed with coeliac disease and am in the really horrid stage of trying to find something gluten free that tastes OK.

Bread would be a start.

As my husband is at home he has offered to make me some, I would really appreciate your recipes.

Many, many thanks

Lynn

gf bread using breadmaker: from Cherry on 2009-02-27

I'm afraid the Panasonic is the only breadmaker that is always successful. I have had friends who have bought much cheaper brands and have had to go on to buy a Panasonic. It is by far the best machine so I would advise you to sport the money and start making lovely bread. Occasionally they are on offer for £70 so you might be lucky in finding a shop that has this machine on sale. It makes dough for rolls which you bake in your conventional oven - very successful. Also all the speciality breads are delicious

Re: gf bread using breadmaker: from jonathan cohen on 2009-03-28

looking for a recipe for bread using Morphy Richards bread maker with cornflour or other gf flour.



Thank you

Re gf bread using breadmaker: from Mick on 2009-03-31

Hi, Margaret, I saw your message on the gluten free site. I wondered if you could email me any recipies for gluten/yeast free bread/rolls scones etc please. I,m about to buy a Panasonic SD254 breadmaker. Does the bread /etc really taste good when cooked in these machines ?. Thanks. Regards Mick

Re gf bread using breadmaker: from jana on 2009-07-22

you very kindly offered recipes for gf and gf yeast free bread in a breadmaker (i have a panasonic). might you be so kind as to send them to me too?



best wishes



Jana

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Re gf bread using breadmaker: from Trevor on 2009-09-12

Hi Sue

I've been coeliac for over 7 years. My first attempts a breadmaking were rubbish but I now look forward to my bread rolls. I combine 250g Juvela (on prescription) with 250g Dove's GF bread flour (available from all supermarkets), then follow the recipe on the back of the Juvela box to make a dozen large rolls. They rise for 30 mins in the top oven on the lowest temp setting and the cook in the oven at 190 deg C in 20 mins. Once cold I put them in the freezer and take one out whenever I need one. 30 secs in the microwave and then toasted - delicious. Careful though, I've had to limit my intake to keep my waistline in check

Re gf bread using breadmaker: from Carole on 2009-10-27

I experimented till I got this one just right - in a breadmaker, measure out 3 cups of gluten-free self-raising flour and place in the breadmaker. Put a cupful of milk (or rice milk if you're dairy-intolerant) to heat up gently, then add to the flour 1 teaspoon of salt, 1 tablespoon of xanthan gum, and 1 sachet of quick yeast. Mix. Now beat 3 eggs in a bowl and add a teaspoon of cider vinegar, 2 tablespoons of honey, 2 tablespoons of oil, and then add the warm milk. Beat together for a minute then add to the dry ingredients in the bread maker and follow the instructions for a gluten-free loaf (usually the quick-bake for 1:55). The loaf comes out nice although it's never going to be the same as an ordinary loaf of bread but you can toast it and it keeps for a few days although you do have to put it in the fridge after day 2 if you don't want it to go off. I also freeze mine and it comes out ok once defrosted. P.S. I've used cups and they are about an inch smaller than mugs. PPS. I'm using a Panasonic breadmaker

Re: gf bread using breadmaker: from jan Gordon on 2009-11-08

Dear Sheona,



I have a Morphy Richards breadmaker and need to make gluten free bread so would be most grateful if you have recipes you could email to me and any other tips you can pass on.

Thanking you, yours hopefully,

jan

Re gf bread using breadmaker: from Simon on 2009-11-29

My Girlfriend has just been told she isn't allowed gluten, wheat or and especially yeast. Has anyone got any good recipes they could send me

Re gf bread using breadmaker: from Beth on 2009-12-04

Hi there,



I am thinking of buying a bread maker for my son for Christmas as he is trying to eat whole foods and organics. He loves bread but is trying to stay off of yeast. Do you have gluten free and yeast free recipes that can be made in a bread maker? Also, is one bread maker just as good as another do you know?? I know if he makes it fresh he will love it and he is getting pretty creative for a 19 year old boy. Thanks for your help in advance. Please put yeast free bread recipe in the headline so that I know it is not spam. Have a good day.



Beth