This is the second gluten free bread machine recipe that I have developed and recently published. This oat bread is my all-time favorite, though I need to experiment with substituting the tapioca flour/starch for cornstarch, due to allergies. I’ve created a specific category for these Gluten Free Bread Machine Recipes. So, you may check it now and again to see what’s new (see link above).
A great tasting gluten free bread machine recipe made with oat flour, perfect for sandwiches!
- 1 1/8 cup water
- 1/4 cup light extra virgin olive oil (or oil of choice)
- 1 teaspoon gluten-free apple cider vinegar (I used Heinz)
- 4 extra-large egg whites, at room temperature
- 2 Tablespoons honey
- 1 teaspoon fine sea salt
- 1 1/4 cups + 3 1/2 Tablespoons gluten-free oat flour (4 oz.)
- 1 cup + 1 1/2 Tablespoon potato starch (5.2 oz.)
- 1/2 cup + 1 Tablespoon + 1 teaspoon tapioca flour/starch (3.0 oz.)
- 1/4 cup + 2 teaspoons flax seed meal (0.8 oz.)
- 1 Tablespoon + 1/2 teaspoon xanthan gum (use corn-free brand or guar gum, if needed)
- 1/4 cup non-fat instant dry milk (or use non-fat milk instead of water)
- 2 1/4 teaspoons instant dry yeast
- 2 teaspoons gluten-free oats for top (optional)
- Add the ingredients above in the order listed to the bowl of your bread machine (while removed from the machine).
- For programmable bread machines without a gluten free setting, set the machine to the following settings: Crust: Medium; Keep Warm: 0; 1st Knead: 5; 2nd Knead: 10; 1st Rise: 40; Punch: 10; 2nd Rise: 10; Shape: 5; 3rd Rise: 40 (35 is what I'll try next); Bake: 65 minutes (or longer).
- After about 1 minute mid the first kneading, help remove the flour from the sides of the machine by scraping them with a rubber spatula. This take about 15 seconds. Let the machine do the rest. Total time: 2 hours, 50 minutes.
- Photo of Mid Second Knead:
- If desired, add oatmeal to the top of the bread; with wet fingers, pat the oatmeal into the dough, and allow to complete the rising.
- Once baked, remove the kneading peddle, if still in bottom of bread, transfer to cooling rack to cool completely, about 2 hours.
Mixing the dry ingredients together first is most successful. This includes the flour, starches, flax seed meal, gum
Rice milk may due fine as a milk substitute, but I haven't tried it yet myself. I will soon, and update the recipe above if it works well.
When adding oil, add it to the spindle/kneader peddle to prevent sticking.
If upon cooling, the bread's sides and/or bottom begins to concave, add it back to the bread bowl and bake longer. This is an indication of too much liquid or not baked long enough.
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