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Gluten Free White Bread for Bread Machines

Doves Farm recipe

Our recipe

Today there is an increasing need for recipes free from gluten and other allergens. To make your baking also free from dairy and/or egg try our suggested ingredients swops in this new and improved white bread recipe for bread machines. Depending on the size of your bread machine pan choose either the medium or large ingredients to make a great gluten free alternative to ordinary wheat-based bread.

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Ingredients

  Medium    Large
Egg Whites or Chickpea Flour + Water   2 or 20g + 60ml     3 or 30g + 90ml
Oil 6tbsp 9tbsp
Vinegar 1tsp 1½tsp
Salt 1tsp 1½tsp
Sugar                                        2tbsp 3tbsp      
Water 350ml 425ml
White Bread Flour Free From Gluten 500g 750g
Quick Yeast 2tsp 3tsp

 

Method

1. Put the egg whites (or chickpea flour + water), oil, vinegar, sugar, salt and water into a bowl and whisk well.
2. Pour this into the machine pan.
3. Add the flour and sprinkle the yeast on top.
4. Start machine on gluten free bread or basic rapid programme.

Temperature & cooking time:

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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

73 Reviews
5 stars: 44
4 stars: 6
3 stars: 11
2 stars: 5
1 stars: 7

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By Mrs Jola Stencel

24 Aug 2015 | 18:20 BST

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I am attempting to make this in my bread maker but the first one overspilled and turned into a lump of solidness. At first I thought I used too much milk as I measured 12oz according to my measurer so I'm now trying again by using less milk (and actually weighing 12oz on a weighing scale - which actually equates to 9oz in my measurer (go figure!) but yet again it's overspilled..... not sure what the consistency is like as it's still cooking. I'm using the recipe for a medium size. Looks like I may have to try again and halve the actual ingredients to stop the overspill? Can you suggest what I may be doing wrong? I'm using the gluten free setting on the machine!

Dear Jola, we have never had any problems with either the medium or large recipe in our Panasonic bread machine (model SD-2500). It sounds like the capacity of your machine is perhaps not sufficient for the this recipe (the capacity of our machine is 600g flour maximum and 8g yeast maximum). The only other possible cause is an inaccuracy of the ingredient weighing. We suggest you double check the quantity of yeast added which should be 2 teaspoons, which is 7g of quick, dried yeast. We hope this helps. You could also look at our fabulous new video on YouTube on how to make Gluten Free Bread Machine White Bread https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qszNdcuNMdo. All the best, Doves Farm

By Mr alan foley

04 Aug 2015 | 18:34 BST

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I made this today after getting a new Bread maker,I am a ceoliac and decided to make my own bread, it was great. Probably the best bread I have had since being diagnosed. Thank you.

By Mrs Diana Lincoln-Price

25 May 2015 | 14:50 BST

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I made this in my bread machine for the very first time and it come out like a brink my husband said it was like a Madeira cake not like bread. Friends at work think it was because of the eggs more like a cake mixture than bread. What did I do wrong ???

By Miss Erica Nolan

15 Apr 2015 | 12:59 BST

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Wow. I was given a bread machine by a parent in school, I used this recipe the first time I used it and it is amazing. The house is full of delicious bread smell and the bread has turned out so good. Better than any bought loaf so far. Thank you Doves.

By Mr Anthony Graham

13 Apr 2015 | 18:10 BST

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I have just made this bread today in my Morphy Richards Fast Bake bread maker and the bread has come out fantastic. I have been diagnosed Coeliac for 3 years now and this is the best bread I have had to date. I Followed the recipe to the letter using wine vinegar and baked on the basic setting. Fantastic well done Doves.
Just two questions.
Is the loaf ok for freezing and if so for how long.
And roughly how long will this loaf stay fresh after baking.
5 Stars

By Mrs Hannah Walker

02 Apr 2015 | 09:43 BST

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I've tried to make this 2 times in a Panasonic bread machine. I believe size, texture etc is all as it's meant to be, but there is a really off putting smell. I've tried using egg white instead of full egg, but that's not made a difference. Any ideas what is making it smell odd. It's so off putting I can't eat the bread which otherwise would be ok. I'm using all fresh ingredients. I'm using white wine vinegar however as the Panasonic booklet said it didn't matter what type you used. Could that be it? Anyone else had this problem? Thanks.

By Mrs Hannah Walker

02 Apr 2015 | 09:42 BST

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I've tried to make this 2 times in a Panasonic bread machine. I believe size, texture etc is all as it's meant to be, but there is a really off putting smell. I've tried using egg white instead of full egg, but that's not made a difference. Any ideas what is making it smell odd. It's so off putting I can't eat the bread which otherwise would be ok. I'm using all fresh ingredients. I'm using white wine vinegar however as the Panasonic booklet said it didn't matter what type you used. Could that be it? Anyone else had this problem? Thanks.

By Mrs Carol Read

17 Mar 2015 | 17:38 GMT

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i made a loaf of bread for my three year old grandson who thoroughly enjoyed it. It was the first bread he eaten since he was diagnosed with a gluten allergy. I tried it myself and was impressed with both the taste and texture.
Carol Read

By Mr Allan Watts

27 Feb 2015 | 07:57 GMT

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I've only recently gone on to a wheat free diet and as a bread lover I was beginning to despair because shop-bought wheat/gluten free bread has all the appeal of recycled cardboard. Then I tried your recipe. Three things amazed me: your flour is sold in Jersey; I made a pretty decent loaf; it tastes great! You mention it is more like cake which it is and it made me wonder if that's what bread really tasted like before we started messing around with our wheat and perhaps what prompted Shakespeare to say in Twelfth Night "What doest thou think if thou art not virtuous there will be no more cakes and ale?"

By Ms Linda Perez

26 Feb 2015 | 15:12 GMT

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I'm very interested in making this loaf in my breadmaker, but is it possible to switch soya milk for cows milk as i have a dairy allergy?

Dear Linda, yes, you can use any type of dairy milk alternative in this recipe. Many thanks, Doves Farm