Video (HD): Soft Gluten Free Oat Bread

You may have already seen or made my Gluten Free Oat or Sorghum Bread with Flaxseed recipe or video. In some of the heavier breads such as oat, teff, etc., I have been adding a bit of baking powder to not only soften the bread, but provide more rise. I really enjoy the entire experimental process. The video below shows the difference in texture, along with a slight less amount of shrinkage. The newer texture was very pleasing to my palate. I hope you find this video helpful. Find the written recipe at Dairy-Free Gluten Free Sandwich Bread Recipe: Oat Bread (or Sorghum). Or find an even better gluten free bread recipe, though not dairy-free at Gluten Free Oat Bread (or Sorghum)

Note: Though you may use other flours in this recipe, I show it made as a gluten free oat bread.

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5 Replies to “Video (HD): Soft Gluten Free Oat Bread”

  1. I read somewhere that you can do an exact substitution of almond meal (flour) for the skim milk powder. Might be worth a try.

  2. Im testing out the oat bread recipe. Round 2 was a win! Round one…not so much. Adding the tsp of baking powder was a great help. Now I need to figure out a substitute for the skim milk powder. Do you think that 1 1/4 cups of warmed lactose free milk would work? is there such a thing as lactose free skim milk powder?

    1. Hi Amanda,

      I’m glad adding baking powder worked out for you! I have 3 Oat Bread recipes. The one connected to this video is dairy-free and does not contain any powdered milk, therefore, I suggest using the dairy-free version. The only alternative to achieving cow’s milk is to use a high protein dairy-free milk, such as almond or soy. Soy works best, but I don’t recommend it to anyone, as it changes our levels of estrogen, and more!

      Good luck, and I hope this helps some.


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