Gluten Free Bread Machine Recipe
Bread holds a special place in the hearts of many, and for those with dietary restrictions, the quest for the perfect loaf of gluten free bread can be a challenging one. If you have a bread machine you can make this gluten free recipe in a snap! Say goodbye to dense and lackluster gluten free loaves and say hello to the Gluten Free Dairy-Free Bread Machine Bread!
Bread machines are equal parts simple to use and magic. Once you know how to use yours and the settings that work best for gluten free bread you can have fresh bread basically whenever you want! Gluten-free bread often does not handle a double rise well which is typically the basic setting on bread machines. We recommend a single rise cycle with a medium crust. Our bread machine is ancient and does not have a “gluten free” cycle but many newer machines do! We recommend this bread machine which is the newer version of the one our family currently uses.
This gluten free bread is a light loaf that is delicious toasted or on its own. The molasses adds great flavor depth, but any sweetener will work – agave is also great! My kiddo’s love this bread with butter and jam. I love that it’s so easy to make in the bread machine that my kid can make it and practice his measuring skills. Enjoy this recipe and how delicious it will make your kitchen smell!
1 ¼ cup very warm water
2 room temperature eggs
2 TBS Molasses (molasses adds great flavor depth, but any sweetener will work – agave is also great!)
1 TBS Apple Cider Vinegar
1/3 cup of oil (any oil will work – we recommend neutral flavored olive oil)
2 ¾ cup Muffin and More Mix
1 ½ tsp sea salt (this is totally a taste preference; 1 tsp works great too)
1 ½ tsp yeast
Follow the ingredients list and add them in order to your bread machine as listed.
Cook on “quick” setting which, on my bread machine, is a 2-hour cycle.
Gluten-free bread often does not handle a double rise well which is typically the basic setting on bread machines. We recommend a single rise cycle with a medium crust.
It’s important that your yeast is fresh (we keep ours in the fridge and it will last!)
Remove the pan from your bread machine right away when it is finished, gently tip the pan upside down to remove the loaf from the pan.
Allow the loaf cool completely on a wire rack before storing.
Top with your favorite jam, enjoy!