Carla's Gluten Free Recipe Box Newsletter

August 29, 2015

 

Dear reader,

For years I have been working on perfecting a gluten free bread bowl (boule in French). I finally discovered the correct amount of the correct ingredients. I am just thrilled and couldn't wait to share it with you. I created it for my upcoming cookbook, but wanted everyone to have it instead. I hope you enjoy it!

Meanwhile, I have also included some popular gluten free bread recipes in this newsletter.

 

Happy and healthy gluten free cooking!

~ Carla

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RECIPES:

Homemade Gluten Free Bread Bowl

A boule (French for "ball") comes in different sizes. This petite (French for little) boule recipe, bakes up high, with a crisp crust, and is doughy inside. Gluten free baking is often more successful in smaller sizes; and this gluten free bread bowl is the perfect example! I've been working on perfecting this recipe for years! I am so excited that I finally achieved a gluten-like texture in a bread bowl. Some of the ingredients were inspired by Schar's gluten free baguettes. Enjoy!

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Gluten Free Soda Bread in Cake Pan

With St. Paddy's Day around the corner, I thought you'd appreciate a recipe for gluten free Irish soda bread. Oat flour is the ideal flour to bake with when you're baking gluten free. It not only reacts closest to wheat flour, but its nutritional value is close, as well. I use oat flour to make this gluten free soda bread, but you can substitute it with sorghum flour, if oat intolerant, but expect a slightly different result. Meanwhile, if you've never had Irish soda bread, now's your chance. I've never enjoyed Irish soda bread, not even a gluten version, until I made this one. It's truly delicious, (without using a super high ratio of starch). Oats provide so much flavor. Enjoy!

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Gluten Free Cinnamon Raisin Bread

Using my Breadman BK1050S bread maker, which has a Gluten Free setting, I turned one of my best bread recipes into this amazing gluten free raisin bread recipe. The cinnamon is strong enough to notice and enjoy, the bread texture was thought to be gluten bread by my father, and my husband, the raisin bread lover in the family, was begging for more. Of course, I made a second loaf. It's so easy to do in a bread maker. Enjoy this recipe. 

Update: See the tips section for baking in the oven.

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Gluten Free Oat Sandwich Bread from a Bread Machine

I am so excited about this recipe! It is the best bread machine I have developed thus far. This gluten free oat bread machine recipe works perfectly in the Breadman BK1050S, which has a Gluten Free setting. The bread turns out soft and spongy just like the best oat bread made with gluten. It is perfect for sandwiches and is free of tapioca flour. I have experimented and baked quite a few versions of gluten free bread in this machine, and this is the only one that turned out perfect! The rest were just too starchy and gummy. I hope you enjoy this recipe. Meanwhile, check out my review of the Breadman BK1050S bread machine; however, the giveaway has ended.

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Gluten Free Bread Machine Recipe for White Bread

In preparation for summer, I decided to start working on a gluten free bread machine recipe, and I'm so glad that I did! I have on old version of the Breadman Ultimate, Model No. TR2200WWC, similar to the TR2200C. If I recall correctly, I purchased it around 2004, well before they made bread machines with a gluten free cycle. One thing great about the Breadman Ultimate series is that they are programmable so that you can skip steps or set the length of time, i.e., the first and second kneads, shape (punch), bake and rise, even add ins. If you have a newer model, perhaps it will turn out well using the gluten free cycle.

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Image: Udi's Copycat Whole Grain Gluten Free Bread

If you haven't heard of Udi's gluten free bread, you're missing out on a great textured gluten free bread that is also dairy-free. However, if you're into gluten free baking or avoiding processed food, this recipe may help you. It is the softest gluten free bread I have made thus far, and works wonderful for sandwich bread, as well as kid-friendly. It turns out a decent sized slice, and when the crust cools it softens like gluten sliced sandwich bread.

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Image: Copycat Udi's Gluten Free White Breadd

A couple of days ago I made my first attempt at making a copycat recipe for an Udi's-style gluten free white bread recipe. It was a flop. Today I took another stab at it and created a decent gluten free white bread recipe! Yeah! It's not perfected yet, but still tasted wonderful, even after it cooled. I used many of the ingredients which Udi's white bread contains, however, the rice flour is just a little grainy. You can't notice it in a sandwich, but you can notice it a little when eating it plain. I'd really rather use sorghum flour instead of rice flours, but just had to give this a go. Meanwhile, the texture of this bread is wonderful! -similar to sour dough sliced bread. It has that Udi's chew, yet soft. And this recipe makes a much larger loaf than Udi's white sandwich bread. I also added some substitutes for corn-free dieters. Enjoy my gluten free white bread recipe!

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Image: Gluten Free Oat Bread

I had posted a link to the Gluten Free Prairie Oat Bread I had developed for Gluten Free Prairie awhile back on my social media channels. However, that gluten free oat bread recipe was developed specifically for Gluten Free Prairie Oats, as their product produces a higher rise and a lighter bread. So, I thought you'd all appreciate a similar oat bread recipe which included dairy that can be used with any gluten free oats. And here it is! Using dairy guarantees a higher rise and less, if not any, shrinkage. If you'd to watch a video of a similar recipe, see the older version of my Dairy-Free Gluten Free Oat Bread (or Sorghum) Recipe. I hope you enjoy this recipe. My husband loves it, and he eats gluten!

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Image: Soft Gluten Free Dinner Rolls

I have put off developing a soft gluten free dinner rolls recipe, for too long. With Thanksgiving almost here, I made it a priority, and I am so glad that I did! I am not a big bread eater, but I just cannot stop myself with these rolls! They are not grainy at all. They are something my husband loves during the holiday, and I was certainly not going to make him ones with gluten! When he gets home he's going to gobble these up. Since they're so easy to make I'll have to make another batch of this super soft gluten free dinner rolls recipe! Enjoy, and have a happy Thanksgiving!

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Image: Gluten Free English Muffins

A few weeks ago I tried creating yeast-free, gluten free English muffins, but only tried once and it didn't work out very well. So, I thought this time around I'd start with a yeast recipe. I used my favorite gluten-free bread recipe. Straight out of the pan, they taste like they've just been toasted, on the bottoms! Mmmm...I enjoyed and hope you will, as well. These gluten free English muffins are the best, and the recipe of which I am most proud. They bring back memories and flavors of eating Thomas' English Muffins.

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