Gluten Free Bread Baking Mix

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Dietary: Dairy-Free, Egg-Free, Gluten-Free, Kosher, Peanut-Free, Tree-Nut Free, Vegan, Vegetarian

Our customers tell us the thing they miss most when going gluten free is bread --- so we came up with this wholesome gluten free bread baking mix. This mix is easy to make, and it bakes up hot and tasty just like our other breads, without the gluten. The firm loaf is easy to slice, and holds up to toasting - and even makes awesome grilled cheese sandwiches! Change is good...and in this case, delicious!

Certified gluten free, and produced in a dedicated gluten free environment that is also free of the top 8 most common food allergens.

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Ingredient List
Ingredients:  Garbanzo Bean Flour, Corn Starch, Sorghum Flour, Tapioca Starch, Organic Raw Cane Sugar, Fava Flour, Rice Starch, Xanthan Gum, Flake Salt, Sunflower Lecithin, Ascorbic Acid, Packet Of Fast Rise Yeast.


Kosher-Orthodox Union Parve              
Non-GMO Project Verified  
Certified Gluten Free – Currently NCA, transitioning to GFCO


Storage Recommendation
Store dry mix in cool dry environment  
Finished product should be stored in air tight container in refrigerator for 2-3 days or freeze


Look For (smell, taste, description)
Mix is off white in color. Texture is fine and powdery.  Fresh and slightly earthy aroma.


Ready to eat? 
Item is not ready to eat, it must be thoroughly cooked.


Usage Suggestions
Make loaves, either in a breadmaker or make by hand and oven-bake. 
Make rolls, buns, or pull-apart bread.
Use a muffin pan for individual rolls.
Spread out on a pan covered with parchment paper or foil and bake homemade pizza crust.
Make gluten-free bread crumbs for use in coating, meatloaf or meatballs by crumbling and toasting leftover bread.


Nutrition Info

Health Information
Low Sodium       
No Trans Fat       
No Cholesterol       
Wheat Free        
GMO Free       
Gluten Free 
Low Fat

Nutrition Benefits
Protein – 2g
Dietary fiber – 2g Insoluble 2 g ,  Soluble 0
Iron –4%
Calcium – 2%

Allergen Information

Produced in a dedicated Gluten Free environment on dedicated equipment.
Produced on equipment free of the top 8 major allergens.
Contains Sunflower Lecithin.


Tips & FAQ’s

This batter is extremely thick and wet; don’t be alarmed if it doesn’t resemble wheat bread dough (if you are used to making bread from wheat or all-purpose flour.)

Bread is best sliced with electric knife.

To store cooked bread, keep tightly sealed at room temp or in the fridge. For longer storage, if you wish to freeze, we suggest slicing loaf first. Then you can take slices out as needed and toast to defrost.


Is this mix considered whole grain? 
No, although it does contain some whole grains and fiber from the bean flours.

How much fast-rise yeast is in the packet? 
The packet contains 6g or 1 ½ tsp of Fast Rise Yeast.


Do I have to have a bread machine to use this product?
No, it can be baked in a conventional oven, instructions are on the package.


Can I use the machine to make dough, then bake in the oven?
Yes, use your machine’s dough cycle. You can also use a stand mixer with a dough hook to mix the dough then proceed with instructions for baking by hand.


Why is the dough so different from wheat bread dough? 
The flours do not contain gluten so it does not have the elastic texture of wheat bread. The dough will be more like a batter.


Why did my bread fall in the middle?
It is typical for a gluten free bread to fall a little after it comes out of the oven. Generally loaves end up fairly level. If it fell a lot, there may have been an issue with the yeast rising – either too much or too little rising.

Is the Sunflower Lecithin replacing the Soy Lecithin?  


What order do I put the ingredients in the machine?
Check your particular machine instructions for the proper order.

Which setting should I use on my machine?
Use the gluten free cycle. Gluten free bread does not perform well on a regular cycle. It doesn’t need as much kneading or many rises as a loaf containing gluten.

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