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This time of year, I’m all about making gluten free Irish Soda bread (for obvious reasons). But don’t let the season stop you from making this yummy yeast free bread anytime you like!
Gluten Free Irish Soda Bread is so easy and quick to make (no yeast means no rise time), and goes with nearly any meal because it can go sweet or savory. Plus, it makes fantastic gluten free French Toast!
My newest favorite way to make this bread is a savory spin, adding cheddar and fresh rosemary. Mmmmm I promise you’ll love the smell of this bread baking almost as much as you’ll love eating warm from the oven!
I have 3 other recipes for gluten free Irish Soda Bread and I can’t really decide which I like best. Since this one is my newest, I guess I’d say it’s my newest favorite, but check out my other recipes (type “Irish Soda Bread” into the recipe search bar) and see which you have the ingredients for, or which sounds most pleasing to you.
This recipe produces a loaf that is a bit smaller than the others, so that may be a consideration for you, but it’s so moist and flavorful, and I love its manageable size.
Check out this video where I walk you through every step of this easy bread, and make it savory! with cheddar cheese and rosemary!
And if you’re in the mood for anything else of Irish theme, check out my recipes for gluten free Irish Angel Food Cake; gluten free Irish Brown Bread; gluten free Buttery Irish Scones; and even gluten free Irish Cream Cupcakes (+ homemade Irish Cream that’s Dairy-Free!).
Happy St. Patrick’s Day, or whatever day you decide to make this delicious loaf!
Preheat oven to 375° F.
If not using buttermilk, mix milk with 1 tablespoon apple cider vinegar. Set aside to curdle.
Blend together gfJules Flour, sugar (if using), baking powder and salt.
Cut in the butter with a pastry blender or two butter knives until the mixture resembles a pebbly, course meal.
Add baking soda to milk mixture, then stir into dry mix with egg white and additions (raisins; seeds; cheese; herbs, etc). Mix with a fork or paddle mixing attachment until integrated.
Scoop dough onto a floured (with gfJules Flour) counter or pastry mat and roll into ball then transfer to a lightly oiled and floured (with gfJules Flour) 7-inch glass bowl or 6-8 inch cake pan. If needed, wet a rubber spatula with water and smooth the top of the ball of dough. Sprinkle lightly with gfJules Flour, then make a cross in the top with a large knife.
Bake for 40 minutes or until a toothpick inserted into the center comes out clean. Remove to cool on a wire rack before slicing.
Remember: You can make this easy Gluten Free Irish Soda Bread sweet or savory!
And you can enjoy this delicious bread year-round when you don’t have time for yeast to rise.
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