3 and a half cups all purpose flour (Gluten free, not regular!) 3 teaspoons quick rise yeast 1 tablespoon xantham gum 1 tablespoon sugar 2 eggs separated Cup and a half warm water 3 tablespoons vegetable oil Let rise for about an hour. Bake at 375 degrees for 45 minutes. Please feel free to comment and ask my any questions. Reminder: Always make sure your work surfaces, utensils, pans and tools are free of gluten. Always read product labels. Manufacturers can change product formulations without notice. When in doubt, do not buy or use a product before contacting the manufacturer for verification that the product is free of gluten. *** I do not claim to be an expert, physician or nutritionist. – I am just a mother who has decided to share recipes, tips and tricks to others who have gluten intolerance’s/allergies. Along with casein intolerance/allergies. (This is NOT a medical site/channel. For medical advice and information consult your health-care provider.)
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Hi, thanks for watching and commenting. 🙂 Unfortunately in order? to make gluten free bread, you need to have a type of gum. (Either xantham gum or guar gum.) The gum is used to bind the gluten free ingredients together.
I’ll try to make this recipe for my sister! But, can I replace or simply remove the xantham gum from the ingredients?? What’s its purpose?
Thank you very much. It’s clear now.?
Hi! 🙂 Thanks for watching! I actually made a video explaining what gluten is, please feel free to check it out. It’s in my videos and it is called “What is gluten?”. It can be found under the playlist “information”. — Gluten is a natural substance, and it can be good for most people. Unfortunately there are a lot? of people who have allergies to gluten, like my son.
What is Gluten?
Why is not? good? Is it unnatural? Is it chemical?
You’re more than welcome! 🙂 I am so happy? I could help! I’m not a pro, but I love being able to help out others. My son was diagnosed with a gluten intolerance, and it’s been a struggle…. BUT, it’s worth it. He’s so much happier, healthier and all around better. I would love to see your video on gluten free pizza!! I just subscribed to your channel, it looks fantastic! Thanks once again for commenting and watching! 🙂 Hope you have a great weekend too!
Thank you so much! I have so much to learn and I truly? appreciate your help. I would love to see you do a video about that. 🙂 Have a nice weekend!! OH BTW, I just made my 1st Gluten Free Pizza tonight. I hope to upload the video this weekend if not then Monday,, it came out so good,, I was so happy to have pizza again! YAY!! 😉
No worries at all about having a few comments, haha! It has happened to be as well. 🙂 I’m actually planning on making a video on gluten free flour variations, thank you for reminding me! One that I use a lot is: 2 cups sorghum flour, 2 cups? brown rice flour, 1 1/2 cups potato starch, 1/2 cup white rice flour, 1/2 cup sweet rice flour, 1/2 cup tapioca flour, 1/2 cup amaranth flour and 1/2 cup quinoa flour. 🙂 There are of course more simple variations.
Darn iPod with typos,,, that was suppose to say,,,, Found many? varieties
Part 2,,, I love to bake. Any suggestions are much? appreciated. Your videos are great. Thanks
Hi, I have been looking for all purpose GF and can’t find it at any local store. I did find Bobs red mills flours,, filing many varieties but not all purpose. Could I use a mixture of rice and a few? other GF flours? I’m new to GF baking. I l
Ordinary? baking yeast should be gluten-free. Fleischmann’s says so on the package. Brewer’s yeast however, is not gluten-free, according to the list of unsafe ingredients. — Thank you so much for watching! 🙂
cool? but is yeast gluten free? :}
That’s such a great idea! Thanks so much for sharing! I would love to try the way you made? it!
i replace the eggs fro flaxseed with water poil and strain pout flaxseeds..and it is like eggwhite but vegan and more healthy….thanks fro sharing this reicpe ?
I? didn’t realize I didn’t specify. Thank you for letting me know. I’ll make sure to add an annotation. Have a great day, and thanks again for watching. 🙂
I think you ought to specify that in your recipe in the video description. Some people don’t know what has gluten and what doesn’t, so they might think they are making something? gluten-free when they are using regular all-purpose flour. Just a sugg’n.
Yes it does,? that’s why I used a GLUTEN FREE all purpose flour. 🙂 Thanks for watching.
Sorry, but all-purpose flour contains tons? of gluten!
@12345678979817 @12345678979817 @12345678979817 Hello 🙂 I’m sorry I’m just replying now. Your comment was marked as spam, I have now changed that. Hopefully it stays that way! Of course regular yeast would work. You will just have to follow the directions as followed. Also, the recipe is in the description area. I used 1 tablespoon xantham gum :)? I hope this helps. Thanks for watching!! 🙂
I am so sorry? I’m only seeing your comment now. Youtube didn’t show me i had a notification! I have honestly never tried a vegan recipe, but that’s a fantastic idea! I should give it a shot. 🙂 I have however heard of some great tips for replacing eggs. I’m not 100% sure how well it would turn out with this recipe, but if you would like me to try it I could.
1 egg = 2 Tbsp. water + 1 Tbsp. oil + 2 tsp. baking powder
Thank you for watching 🙂
what can i replace for the eggs, since i’m vegan??
Do you have to use the rapid rise yeast? What if you just have regular yeast, will this work as well and just take longer to rise? Also, the? recipe said, 1 TBSP of X gum, but it sounds like you said 1 tsp. I just wanna get it right! If you want, please send me an email at [email protected] Thanks!
Thank you so much for watching 🙂 The all purpose flour I used is by Bob’s Red Mill!
Good luck :)?
That was the easiest video. What flours did you use in your GF flour mix?
Can’t wait? to try it because the bread look really good. Thanks for posting.