Easy Homemade Gluten Free Bread

This is the quickest and easiest Gluten Free breads of all those that I’ve tried.  It requires a few ingredients however the mixing aspect is very minimal compared the Crusty Loaf and Real Bread that I’ve blogged about before.   The longest part of the process is waiting for it to rise!

You might be wondering which of the three breads I like the best and the answer is all three. I love having options and not have to have the same one all the time. Choice is good!

I found this bread through the wonderful Fig & Lime Cordial blog.  Check out Celia’s posting.  The recipe belongs to a master baker, Dan Lepard who lives in UK and writes for the Guardian.  Dan’s recipe is linked here.

Here’s my pics to show the process.

Mix ingredients together


Letting the dough rise

Finished Loaf



About Soul Kitchen Blog

Welcome to Soul Kitchen Blog. Sure food ultimately is fuel for the body but made with love is so much more and truly nourishes the soul. As cliche as it sounds, life really is too short to eat bad food and drink bad wine. I have a passion for cooking and a love of good food. I am committed to my quest of searching for fabulous recipes that just so happen to be gluten free. In recent years I discovered that I have intolerance to gluten and whilst its changed my eating habits somewhat, I refuse to allow it to limit my choices to eat well or make those that I cook for feel that they are missing out on anything. My mandate is simple... Feed the body and nourish the soul. I look forward to sharing my journey with you ....
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4 Responses to Easy Homemade Gluten Free Bread

  1. Ooh, thank you for the lovely mention! I’m so glad you liked Dan’s recipe – my gf friends were really happy it! Hope it’s ok to mention this – I’ve just posted a recipe for gluten free brownies on my blog which you might find of interest? Cheers! 🙂

    • Hi Celia, you are welcome. I love your blog. oohhhhhh I’m so excited to see your post on GF brownies (auspicious that you have posted them at the same time as my bread one). I’ve been looking for a good recipe and the ones I’ve trialled haven’t floated my boat. The best one I’ve eaten are from the Mayan Coffee stand at Sydney markets (North Sydney and Orange Grove) but just can’t find any recipe that comes close. Will give them a go asap! Cheers !

  2. Ange says:

    A good friend of mine has been encouraging me for ages to give a GF diet a go; whilst I haven’t been formally diagnosed as coeliac, I think the warning signs are there.

    So after reading this blog about the best GF bread ever, it piqued my curiosity enough to give a go, bread being a much loved commodity in my fridge.

    My first attempt hasn’t produced an overly large loaf, but I must say I quite like the texture and would happily replace this loaf for regular bread.

    This has been my only foray into making (or tasting) GF bread, but I’m a happy convert and will definitely be making this again … and again. Who knows, I may even become a proficient baker !

    • Hi there Ange, sorry for late reply. I’m really glad to hear that you have enjoyed your first attempt at GF bread making ! Just a little tip, that hasn’t been mentioned, my loaf was also fairly small at first, but I’ve found using warm water gives a better result as it activates the yeast.

      Gluten intolerance is one of the most undiagnosed allergies in the world. There are so many people that are oblivious to the condition.

      I think it should be a red flag for anyone suffering hayfever, sinus, skin conditions, bloating (and wind) and tiredness with no explanation. Its quite concerning that many doctors do not even consider gluten symptoms when making diagnosis.

      Doctors offered me cortizone cream / steriods to fix the skin condition affecting my eyes, and as for the hayfever I suffered all my life, that got put down to issues with pollen !!!!

      I’ve been completely free of all symptoms since I commenced my GF diet … unless I sneak a cheeky bit of gluten and within 15mins, I’ll start sneezing.

      Anyway, good for you for taking the first step and as all my recipes are GF, hopefully my blog gives you lots of options so you won’t feel you are missing out on anything ! Cheers,

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