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Dairy Free Gluten Free Bread

This recipe is a dairy and egg free version to make our Gluten Free Homemade Wonderful Bread Mix in a bread machine.


Whisk together the cornstarch and water in a small bowl. Pour the oil in the bread pan, then the starch mixture, milk or water and vinegar. Sprinkle the yeast on top of the liquids.
Pour the bread mix on top of the yeast and liquids. Gently spread the mix evenly along the pan edges. Set the bread machine on dark crust setting and start. Makes 1 bread loaf (13 slices).
Dairy Free Gluten Free Bread



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Corn Starch

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Trish April 9, 2012
It`s impossible to do this recepies cause we dont have the quantities that we need for the yeast?? Can you please fix that...thanks
Bob's Red Mill June 4, 2012
Sorry for the confusion with this recipe. Each bag of our Gluten Free Homemade Wonderful Bread Mix contains one ¼-oz packet of Active Dry Yeast. If you don't have a packet of yeast, you can use 2-¼ tsp active dry yeast in the Dairy Free Gluten Free Bread recipe.
Lynette Reeder November 4, 2012
Do you have a recipe that uses the wonderful bread mix, but does not require you to have a bread machine?
Bob's Red Mill November 7, 2012
To make this bread, follow the hand made instructions as listed on the package. Just make sure to add the additional cornstarch to the dry ingredients.
Dennis May 6, 2014
what is the volume of 1 cup? in ml please.
Bob's Red Mill May 6, 2014
1 cup is equivalent to 236.59 ml.
Lee June 13, 2014
My children couldn't tolerate with yeast. Can I use xanthan gum, baking powder, and baking soda to substitute the yeast? If yes, how much should I use in this recipe? Thx
Bob's Red Mill June 16, 2014
We have not prepared our Dairy Free Gluten Free Bread recipe using baking powder or soda as a leavener. This may be done, but we do not have the exact amounts of leavener to use.
Melissa Librizzi August 2, 2014
My son has a yeast and wheat allergy. Do you have a recipe that does not use yeast? Also I have been diagnosed with food allergies to corn, wheat, soy, eggs, and yeast. do you have any recommendations as to products to use to make bread, pancakes etc.?

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