A Gluten Free Bread Mix That’ll Restore Your Faith
Put warm, moist, hearty bread back on the gluten free menu! Jules makes it easy to make it delicious. Simple directions for oven success or bread machine convenience. Either way, you’ll marvel at Jules’ wheat-free, gluten free, dairy-free sandwich bread like the lucky people who attend her classes or see her at shows! You may do a double-take, too, and find it hard to believe the beautiful and delicious bread is gluten free. No grit, no dry, crumbly mess. Jules will show you that making yeast bread is just as easy as following any other directions in the kitchen. You don’t even need a bread pan, if artisan-style loaves are your thing. Rise to the occasion with this easy gluten free mix.
gfJules Voted #1 Gluten Free Bread Mix by GF Consumers!
Voted best gluten free bread mix 2017
You’ll agree completely once you try gfJules Gluten Free Bread Mix. With just a few ingredients to add to this handy mix, and with a yeast packet included, you’ll be able to whip up bread so delicious, you’ll marvel at how easy it was to make. That’s what everybody’s talking about–even folks who had never baked their own bread before. READ THE REVIEWS in the blue tab above. These are normal people, just like you, who were tired of the dry, store-bough bread with holes in it. And of the dense loaves that land with a THUD on your kitchen counter when you bring them home. That land with another thud when you toss it into the trash because no one will eat them! THAT’S some expensive bread–buy a loaf, force down a couple of slices, then throw the rest away! Instead, bake up a loaf of this award-winning gluten free bread, and your only problem will be keeping everyone in the house from devouring it!
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2 Tbs. honey or agave nectar 1 ¼ C club soda, GF beer, ginger ale, milk or yogurt
¼ C extra virgin olive oil 2 large eggs (or substitute like flaxseed meal + water)
Oven Directions (for more detailed instructions, see my Sandwich Bread recipe post by clicking HERE):
Stir together all wet ingredients in a large mixing bowl. Slowly stir in bread mix until integrated. Add yeast packet and beat well for 2 minutes. If using yogurt, dough will be thick; otherwise it will be more batter-like. Transfer dough to oiled bread pan and cover with wax paper. Rise 1 hour in warm place or 200°F oven that’s been turned off.
Cook in 350°F oven for 60 minutes or until cake tester inserted into center of loaf comes out clean. Internal temperature should be at least 205°F. Remove to wire rack. Cool before slicing.
For Bread Machine or dinner roll directions, see easy, detailed instructions in the “Sandwich Bread” recipe post by clicking HERE.