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Gluten Free Oven Baked White Bread

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Using any type of milk and any type of vinegar, it is important to measure these ingredients carefully and not omit anything. This is the original gluten free white bread recipe that was on the back of our Gluten Free White Bread Flour packets for many years. If you would like to see our new, updated version of this recipe, visit our Free From White Bread recipe

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Unit of measurement


450 gGluten Free White Bread Flour
½ tspSalt
2 tspsQuick Yeast
2 tbspsSugar
2 Eggs
325 mlMilk
1 tspVinegar
6 tbspsOil


1. Mix together the flour, salt, yeast and sugar.
2. In a large bowl beat together the eggs, milk and vinegar.
3. Add in the flour mixture and mix to form a sticky dough. 
4.    Continue mixing, adding the oil. 
5.    Place the dough in an oiled 1kg/2lb bread tin, cover and leave to rise in a warm place for 1 hour. 
6.     Bake in a preheated oven for 40/45 minutes.


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This is the original gluten free white bread recipe that was on the back of our Gluten Free White Bread Flour packets for many years. If you would like to see our new, updated version of this recipe, visit our Free From White Bread recipe

Temperature & cooking time:
220°C/Fan200°C/425°F/Gas 7

Dietary status:
Without Gluten, Without Nuts, Without Soya.

Please note: Dietary status is a guideline only. If you have a food allergy, please check the suitability of your ingredients.

Customer reviews

27 Reviews
5 stars: 15
4 stars: 2
3 stars: 6
2 stars: 1
1 stars: 3

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By Mrs Doreen Yorke

27 Mar 2017 | 12:49 BST

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Just started making this bread recipe for my Husband , I also add mixed fruit , cinnamon & black treacle ! Next best thing to fruit malt loaf which my husband loved.

Thank you so much for your lovely feedback, always great to hear recommendations - happy baking :) Doves Farm.

By Mrs Alison Stockwell

15 Jan 2017 | 00:06 GMT

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I have been making this bread for a few years now, and find it much tastier than shop bought gluten free bread and it cuts nicely, without breaking up. To some loaves, I add olives and dried mixed herbs or sun dried tomatoes. I would recommend this recipe. In recent months, I have been making it in my food processor and this makes a lighter loaf.

By Mr Matthew Ingram

14 Jul 2016 | 18:29 BST

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Stuck precisely to the recipe (used Almond Milk) and it came out delicious. So chuffed! Surprised at all the people having troubles.

By Miss yvonne clarey

30 Mar 2016 | 09:42 BST

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Stuck to recipe and it has come out like a house brick, anyway haven't actually cut into yet so can not comment on the taste or texture, not sure if its supposed to be this hard though! we'll see.....

By Miss Catherine Orton

29 Feb 2016 | 00:15 GMT

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Argh!!! So this is my second ever attempt at bread making, in the hope of reducing the cost of gluten free bread for my gluten intolerant boyfriend... And so far, I've made what I can only describe as a house brick with a recipie I found online, and a half house brick with this recipie... I followed the instructions exactly, I let the dough rise with the cling film in the pan (which it did, I was very impressed) I put it in the over, took it out after and hour, cut it open, and the top centimetre looked a bit airy, but the rest was pure stodge... What am I doing wrong???

Hi Catherine- if you could email qaadmin@dovesfarm.co.uk with your query then our Technical Team will get back to you directly. Many thanks, Doves Farm

By Mrs Lynda James

05 Feb 2016 | 09:18 GMT

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I have used this recipe many times and it has always worked well especially with the addition of some seeds. It does form a very sticky "mess" unlike wheat recipes. I mix everything in the container I use for baking ( a pyrex round container) and leave it as a sticky mess and it rises beautifully although not with a typical smooth bread crust. Bread is wonderful and stores well in its cooking container. prefer this to replacement

By Mrs Jan Williams

23 Jan 2016 | 17:09 GMT

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I have just made a gluttenfree white bread loaf. Used the recipe on the packet. Couldn't have been simpler. Theresult was a very tastey loaf.

By Mr John Smith

03 Jan 2016 | 11:57 GMT

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Someone needs to correct this recipe. It mentions eggs in the ingrediants but in the method it doesn't. It also mentions to add the flour twice.

Hi John, thank you for pointing this out - this recipe has now been corrected.

By Ms Margaret Cachia

20 Aug 2015 | 12:52 BST

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I just did a loaf of bread.. The recipe was for a sticky dough.. Well mine come out very runny that I had to add more flour. I followed the measures correctly so that isn't the problem. I never used this Dove recipe before, I hope the taste will be good .

By Ms Kim Mackintosh

11 Aug 2015 | 19:23 BST

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Hi, I have been making bread for years,but never gluten free. I make pizza base, cup cakes,so I thought I would give bread a try. I read the comments, but decided to stick to the recipe on the side of the flour packet. I was quite impressed. The only thing I do find a bit disappointing is the lack of information given on the package or this page. I would post a picture but not sure how or if I can.