You can find high-quality gluten-free bread mixes formulated to meet the needs of people who have an intolerance to the gluten contained in wheat. This is a challenge because gluten is what helps a yeast bread rise and have its light and airy texture. Mixes use a variety of non-wheat flours and ingredients such as guar gum and xanthan gum, and many require using eggs for the best results. Here’s a list of gluten-free bread mixes that will suit your needs and bread cravings, whether you’re hungry for a whole grain bread, a sandwich, bagels, or a delicious pizza.
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King Arthur Flour, a trusted name among bakers, has their own line of gluten-free mixes available. Their Gluten-Free Bread Mix is certified gluten-free by the Gluten-Free Certification Organization (GFCO). The mix is also kosher. All of the ingredients are sourced to be non-GMO and there are no additives, preservatives, or artificial flavors. Their flour blend includes rice flour and tapioca starch.
You can use this mix for pizza dough as well as for yeast bread. It gets rave reviews from many who say the resulting loaf is the best-tasting of any, whether store-bought or homemade. To get the best results, you must use three eggs as directed in the instructions. Eggs help the bread rise and add moisture and flavor.
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This gluten-free bread mix comes from Boulder Foods, whose products are also marketed under the brand names Udi's Gluten Free. The sandwich bread is an easy-to-make yeast batter bread that tastes very much like regular white bread. It requires two eggs. They include directions for a large and small bread machine loaf. The ingredients in the mix include brown rice flour, white rice flour, and a flour mix that include rice fiber, pea protein, flaxseed meal, sorghum flour, buckwheat flour, and millet flour. The mix is certified gluten-free.
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Bob's Red Mill products are always of the best quality. This mix is a gluten-free yeast bread mix that can be made by hand or in your bread machine. Unlike many gluten-free bread mixes, it has no rice flour. This is good news because there are now warnings about consuming too much U.S.-grown rice and rice products due to arsenic content. Instead, this mix uses whole grain sorghum flour, potato starch, cornstarch, pea protein powder, and tapioca flour. Bob's Red Mill reformulated it in 2016 to eliminate some types of flour and ingredients by customer request. It is also vegan and vegetarian, whereas some other mixes include dairy products such as whey. However, the directions call for an egg, so a substitution must still be made for vegans. All Bob's Red Mill gluten-free products are made in a dedicated gluten-free facility and precisely tested with R5-ELISA tested to confirm they have no trace of gluten.
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Here’s a gluten-free bread with an ingredient list that will make you drool. The ingredients include whole grain buckwheat, garbanzo bean flour, sunflower seeds, sesame seeds, whole grain sorghum flour, molasses powder, caraway seeds, active dry yeast, sea salt, onion powder, and more. This is a great bread for toast.Continue to 5 of 5 below.
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Pamela’s Products Wheat Free Bread Mix can be used to make bread, bagels, pizza crust, and pie crust. This yeast bread mix is a gluten-free, wheat-free, non-diary product. The flours used are sorghum flour, tapioca flour, white rice flour, sweet rice flour, and brown rice flour.