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Gluten Free Baking Questions/Answers

I’m going to try making Thursdays our question of the week day, where you teach me and other readers the answers to important cooking and health related topics.

I received this question in my email last week and would love to get lots of reader feedback to help her out.

Is it possible to make gluten-free bread with the Zojirushi breadmaker?   At the moment I am trying to decide between purchasing a Bosch blender/mixer combo or the Zo machine.  I only have a family of five, and one of them needs to eat gluten-free.  So, I would be making wheat bread for only four people.

I personally have made a millet/egg batter yeast bread in my Zo that worked out OK, but I wasn’t crazy about it.  It uses eggs and xanthum gum to help hold it together but it has a completely different taste/texture than wheat or Kamut TM.  I also have made gluten free whole grain porridges and pancakes using millet and brown rice successfully.

So I am turning to you all for your helpful testimonials, insights and resources to share with others.

Please share your TNT (tried and true) gluten free bread recipes and ideas in the comments section below for a complimentary copy of my ebook Holiday Open House.

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3 comments to Gluten Free Baking Questions/Answers

  • I make my bread in the bread machine using Pamela’s Bread Mix and it is amazingly yummy. My non gluten free eaters LOVE it.

  • Beverly Smith

    I do not eat gluten free myself, however for those who want gluten-free bread you can find out how to mix and bake a Gluten-Free Crusty Boule in the recipe book Healthy Bread in Five Minutes a Day by authors Zoe Francois and Jeff Hertzberg. You can visit their web site: http://www.artisanbreadinfive.com for more information and a video clip. I hope the gluten free people enjoy this recipe!

  • Marilyn Moll

    Beverly, Bread in five minutes a day sounds great.

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