Bread (with Breadmaker)
Bread (with Breadmaker)

Bread (with Breadmaker)

Posted On: 25th April 2015
Recipe By: Alison Wheatley

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Bread is so difficult to master gluten free, the flours aren't as stable as wheat flour so getting a good rise and texture can be a bit hit and miss until you hit the right combination. Easiest way to make gluten free bread is use a bread maker, and this recipe is perfect for just that method of baking!

This recipe is...

Low SugarLow Sugar
Low FatLow Fat
Dairy FreeDairy Free


300ml soya milk
1tsp apple cyder vinegar
50ml vegetable oil
2 eggs
350g gluten free strong white bread flour
1tsp salt
2tsp sugar
2tsp gluten free dry yeast

Preparation Time: 10 Mins
Cooking Time: 3 Hours 30 Mins
This recipe makes 10 slices

This recipe is free from...

Tree Nuts


This recipe is for a bread maker only

1. Beat together the soya milk, cyder vinegar, oil and eggs in a jug and pour into the bread maker pan.

2. Sift together the flour, salt and sugar and pour on top of the wet ingredients.

3. Sprinkle the yeast on the top and close the lid.

4. For the best results we found a standard setting worked better than a gluten free setting therefore this recipe will work in all bread makers. Choose a basic setting, if you have the choice on your machine, select a medium sized loaf with a medium crust colour. The optimal time needed to cook is 3 hours 15 mins to 3 hours 30 mins. Once setting are done, start the machine.

5. Check after a few minutes of cooking and gently push the dough away from the sides using a spatula, after this close the lid and leave the machine to it until finished.

6. Once cooked remove from the machine, remember to remove the blade from the centre of the bread (that's whats caused the hole in the top of ours!),and slice.

Normal milk can be used in place of soya milk if you don't want the bread dairy free

Nutritional info per slice


Your Comments

This looks yummy I will give this a try, I would never thought of using apple cider vinegar, hopefully I can get a success with this recipe. Many thanks

Jennifer Mackie - 25th April 2015

Lovely bread my first attempt at making bread, think I went wrong with the oil........lesson learned & will try again .... thanks for youe advise on FB.

Sue - 26th April 2015

Does it go crumbly after 2 days?

Anulipi Smith - 27th April 2015

Mine didn't Anulipi, used the last of mine up today, 3 days later and it was fine.

Alison Wheatley - 27th April 2015

Can you use normal milk (skimmed)? or does it only work with Soya milk? thank you

Carol - 23rd June 2015

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