Gluten Free Brown Bread Flour 1kg
Gluten Free Brown Bread Flour is a blend of naturally gluten free ingredients and natural gum for an alternative to wheat bread flour. Our quick and easy recipes will make great gluten free bread.
This is a 1kg pack.
Please note: All of our flours are unbleached. The addition of bleaching agents is not permitted in the UK.
Dietary and allergen information:
Made without: nuts, milk, casein, eggs, gluten, soya.
UK Mill does not use: nuts, milk, casein, eggs, gluten, soya.
Suitable for vegetarians & vegans.
Flour blend (rice, tapioca, potato, sarrasin and carob), sugar beet fibre, xanthan gum
|(of which sugars)
|(of which saturates)
5 stars: 5
4 stars: 0
3 stars: 0
2 stars: 1
1 stars: 1
Average Customer Rating:
Share your thoughts with other customers:
By Miss Alexandra Pearman
03 Apr 2013 | 16:05 BST
Tried the recipe on the back for bread machine after not baking brea for a while and followed it to the letter. Awful results. Very stodgy, horrible texture and it just fell apart not at all like I remember it used to be. Has the recipe been changed? Feel will have to tinker with the recipe to get decent results. Quite disappointed
Used this flour and recipe on the packet for the first time. Very pleased with the result. I add some seeds and used plain yogurt and milk instead of buttermilk.I will make it again adding other ingredients such as nut, fruit, olives, onions etc. Tried freezing some so will let you know the results. Regards Lady Anne Walker
These came out perfect. Used recipe as written with slight modifications: used coconut oil, 1/2 the salt, let rise in warm place for almost 1.5hrs. Absolutely delicious with a slight coconut flavour!
Really good brown bread with a superb taste and texture. It would be better if the flour could be supplied in 16 kg sacks.
Marketing guys take note.
VERY DELICIOUS.it looks like normal bread and can be eaten with tomatoes,salty or spicy food.this bread is not boring.
I've tried this twice now- and both times it has come out like a brick, barely rising at all. I followed the recipe almost to the letter- the only thing being, I had to use an egg substitute and soy milk as I am making it for someone with a dairy allergy.
Could these account for the lack of success?
Excellent flavor, delicious! Our customers noticed a real improvement when we started using this flour in our g free loaf.