Easy Basic Gluten-Free Bread Recipe

Ingredients

Directions

Classic easy gluten-free bread recipe with only a few ingredients. Perfect gluten-free bread recipe for daily baking with your breadmaker.

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Ingredients

350g teff flour
100g corn starch
100g rice flour
1 package (7g) dry yeast
2 tsp sugar e.g. xylitol
1 tbsp bread spice of choice
1.5 tsp salt
450ml lukewarm water
1 tbsp psyllium husks ground/powder
1 tbsp olive oil

Steps

1

Mix the dry yeast, xylitol sugar and approximately 100 ml of the lukewarm water with a whisk until the yeast has dissolved well. Then set aside for 5-10 minutes.

2

Add the dry ingredients into the bread pan of the breadmaker with the kneading blade inserted.
Roughly mix the ingredients in the pan with a spatula.
Pour in the yeast mixture and the remaining lukewarm water with the oil.

3

Select the programme "gluten-free bread" and press start.
Optional: You can remove the kneading blade after the kneading time is over.

4

If necessary, press the dough into shape again with a dough scraper (push it down from the edge) and carefully make cuts into the top of the dough. Sprinkle a pinch of teff flour on the dough for a special look.
Optionally also sprinkle 1 tbsp gluten-free oat flakes on top.

5

Once the bread is done, take it out of the bread pan and place the bread on a board.

6

Allow to cool completely and wait at least 2 hours before cutting.

Enjoy

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Ingredients

350g teff flour
100g corn starch
100g rice flour
1 package (7g) dry yeast
2 tsp sugar e.g. xylitol
1 tbsp bread spice of choice
1.5 tsp salt
450ml lukewarm water
1 tbsp psyllium husks ground/powder
1 tbsp olive oil

Freiknuspern

Freiknuspern

Fabienne is the author of the allergy friendly foodblog freiknuspern.de. She creates tasty gluten free, vegan and sugar free recipes that she shares on her blog and instagram. Fabienne also writes about her life with food intolerances and allergies and wants to show, that even while suffering from food allergies no one has to miss out on the taste of good food.

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