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Homemade Wonderful Gluten Free Bread Mix Instructions

These are the instructions from our label for Homemade Wonderful Gluten Free Bread Mix. Please remember that the instructions need to be followed very carefully when making this bread.

  • 1-2/3 cups Milk warm (110°F)
  • 2-1/4 tsp Yeast
  • 1 Egg (plus enough egg whites to make 3/4 cup*)
  • 1/4 cup Unsalted Butter melted or Vegetable Oil
  • 1 tsp Cider Vinegar
  • 3-1/4 cups GF Homemade Wonderful Bread


Place contents of package in large bowl of heavy-duty tabletop mixer. Remove enclosed yeast packet and add yeast to warm milk in separate bowl. Let foam for 5 minutes. ADD eggs, melted butter or oil, vinegar, and yeast-milk mixture to bread mix. MIX with regular beaters (not dough hook) at medium speed for 3 minutes, scraping down sides of bowl with spatula as necessary.
Place dough in greased 9"x5" nonstick bread pan. Smooth top of dough with wet spatula. COVER with oiled aluminum foil or plastic wrap and let rise in warm (75°-80°F) place until dough is level with top of pan (approximately 25-35 minutes). Remove cover. BAKE at 375°F for 60-65 minutes (do not under bake). Cover with foil after 10 minutes to prevent over-browning. To test for doneness, tap loaf with fingernail. A crisp, hard sound indicates a properly baked loaf. Turn loaf out on to wire rack and cool thoroughly before slicing.

French Bread: Replace vegetable oil with light olive oil, if desired. Mix as directed above. Shape dough into two loaves, each 12" long; in parchment-lined or greased double-loaf French bread pan. Smooth dough with wet spatula. Let rise until almost doubled, about 20-25 minutes. Bake in 375°F oven for 30-35 minutes or until crust is nicely browned. Thoroughly cool on wire rack before slicing.

Remove enclosed yeast packet from package. Have all ingredients at room temperature. Follow your specific machine instructions for adding yeast and the liquid and dry ingredients in the proper order. Be sure to whisk milk, eggs, melted butter or oil, and vinegar together until very smooth before adding to bread machine. Set controls for setting recommended by manufacturer or setting you prefer (white bread, basic bread). Remove baked bread from bread machine and cool thoroughly on wire rack before slicing.


*Or use 3 whole eggs. NOTE: You can replace the eggs in this recipe with Ener-G Egg Replacer to make it egg-free. Use 3 Tb. Ener-G Egg Replacer + 1/2 cup and 2 Tb. Water to equal 3/4 cup egg product.
Homemade Wonderful Gluten Free Bread Mix Instructions



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yourbela June 4, 2013
I made this recipe with my Panasonic sd-zb2502bxc bread maker and I made it with orgran egg replacer not ener-g. The bread turned out fabulous. It was more cakey than I'm used to as compared to gluten bread, but it was moist and held up to a sandwich better than anything else GF vegan.
Joy Rodgers November 21, 2013
Just sampled rolls made by hand with the homemade wonderful gf bread mix. I used 3 Tabl. ground flaxseed and water for eggs.. Opps, set the timer for a loaf of bread. I checked the rolls just in time. Even a bit overcooked, very soft inside and delicious. Highly recommended. enJOY
rebecca April 24, 2014
I would like to know if I can make this bread using flaxseed meal to replace the eggs and if so, what quantity would be recommended? I am going to bake the loaf tomorrow. Thanks!
Bob's Red Mill April 28, 2014
This mix contains a significant amount of eggs and may not bake properly by replacing them all with flaxseed meal. To replace the eggs, it's recommended that you use an egg replacer such as our Vegetarian Egg Replacer. This will give you better results.
SheraCO May 18, 2014
Is it possible to use almond or coconut milk as opposed to milk, soy or rice milk. My husband is gluten intolerant, but also intolerant of the three (milk, soy & rice) recommended for this recipe. Thanks!
Bob's Red Mill May 19, 2014
Yes, almond milk or coconut milk can be used as an alternative milk option in our Gluten Free Homemade Wonderful Bread Mix recipe.
Areli June 3, 2014
The bread was great! So much softer than previous breads I've baked. What is the proper storage for it since it has eggs and milk?
Bob's Red Mill June 4, 2014
Gluten free breads keep best in the refrigerator or freezer. To store, let your bread cool fully and then wrap tightly with two layers of plastic wrap. Place in an airtight container. Your bread will keep up to 7 days in the refrigerator and up to 1 month in the freezer.
Natalie June 9, 2014
Hi. I have just been diagnosed with Coeliacs. My sister bought me this bread mix. It has the best taste out of all the gluten free breads I've tried. It didn't rise so well though and was stodgy (dense). I'm sure it's not the bread mix, just that I'm new at this. Any ideas?
Bob's Red Mill June 9, 2014
When bread dough fails to rise properly, the yeast is generally at fault. I recommend ensuring that the water temperature in which you proof the yeast is 110°F. It's also important that the location your bread is set to rise in is warm and free of drafts.
lynn July 12, 2014
I am allergic to apples can I use white vinegar instead.
Bob's Red Mill July 14, 2014
White vinegar tends to have a strong flavor that may show through in your finished product. If you cannot consume cider vinegar, we recommend using an equal amount (1 tsp) of lemon juice.
Lisa July 24, 2014
Is there something I could use in place of the yeast as I'm allergic to yeast?
Bob's Red Mill July 25, 2014
It may be possible to prepare a successful bread loaf with the use of baking soda and powder. Unfortunately, because we have not tested this preparation, we do not have information regarding amounts.
L August 8, 2014
I do not have any milk in the house at this time - may I just use water?
Bob's Red Mill August 8, 2014
Water may be used in place of the milk called for in our Homemade Wonderful Gluten Free Bread Mix recipe. Keep in mind that this substitution will cause changes in texture, flavor and color.
Michel October 5, 2014
Success using a Black and Decker Bread Machine set on Sandwich Bread. Followed instructions to the T using 3 eggs.
Susan October 14, 2014
After mixing ingredients, can I split this and put half in a smaller loaf pan and half in a french bread pan, and if so, what about cooking times? Thanks.
Bob's Red Mill October 15, 2014
When wanting to split the Homemade Wonderful Gluten Free Bread dough in half, keep in mind that this will yield 2 small bread loaves. You may expect the bake time to decrease to about 20-25 minutes, depending on your oven.
Dani December 7, 2014
Hi, I have an intolerance to fat and oil. Can I reduce the 1/4 cup of oil to 1 Table spoon of oil. Please advise of options. Thank you!!
Bob's Red Mill December 9, 2014
Yes, you may reduce the amount of oil used in this bread mix recipe. However, keep in mind that doing so may create a dry end product. To balance this change, you may want to use 3 whole eggs instead of the 1 egg + egg whites as egg yolks add fat.
Bill Agan January 4, 2015
I've twice baked delicious loaves from your gluten-free bread mix. Now I'd like to make a version that's less dense or fluffier for sandwiches. Any suggestions as to how to add or subract ingredients, or otherwise how to accomplish this. Thanks..
Bob's Red Mill January 9, 2015
We have not tested this recipe with changes to create a lighter bread loaf. However, you may have success in doing so by adding a small amount of baking soda to the dry ingredients.
Bob's Red Mill January 22, 2015
Yes, you may prepare hot dog buns using our Gluten Free Homemade Wonderful Bread Mix. I highly recommend following the recipe for Homemade Wonderful Hamburger Buns and shaping the dough in hot dog buns.
Debbie January 20, 2015
Can I make hot dog buns using this mix? Have not used it before so I am not sure how sturdy the dough will be to bake standing alone, not in a pan. Thanks.
Jolie January 30, 2015
My first attempt at bread in a machine! It was delicious & easy to make! Thanks for your quality products. Great customer service replying to comments too. I didn't like is the bread machine pan (Teflon & shape of loaf) Can I bake this in a le creuset long loaf pan? 12x5x3.5 thank you!
Bob's Red Mill February 3, 2015
You can prepare our Homemade Wonderful Bread Mix in a 12x5x3.5 loaf pan. This mix produces one 1-1/2 lb bread loaf and fills a 9x5 loaf pan. When wanting to bake in a longer pan, you can expect the bread loaf to be shorter in height.
Rhonda March 15, 2015
Due to oven inconsistencies, is there a recommended temperature the bread should reach? My 20 year old oven makes using time a bit of a challenge with bread. For your Cinnamon Raisin bread I bake to 186 - 190 and find that it comes out perfectly.
spokey March 19, 2015
Can you use red wine vinegar? Or balsamic?

My bread machine doesn't have a GF setting. Would a whole wheat setting help it rise more?
Bob's Red Mill March 24, 2015
Generally, you will want to bake our Homemade Wonderful Bread until it reaches an internal temperature of 212ºF.
Bob's Red Mill March 24, 2015
Yes, you may use red wine or balsamic vinegar in place of the apple cider vinegar. If you do not have a GF setting on your bread machine, you should use the basic white bread setting.

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