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Gluten Free Bread Experiment

I came up with a concoction. Sometimes it's fun to do a little science experiment! I didn't film it, just a few pics because I wasn't sure what kind of results I would get.

So, here goes. I can say this; it is edible. That's a plus.

Mix all the flour, sugar and salt into a bowl and whisk together well. Set aside. You will need a separate bowl for the wet ingredients.

Pour milk into its own bowl and add flax seed. Add apple cider vinegar and let sit about ten minutes. Combine with the dry ingredients and mix well. It will be pasty, that's ok.

Place batter into a loaf pan lined with parchment paper. Place into a preheated 350 degree oven and bake approximately one hour. Test with a toothpick, if it comes out clean, the bread is done.

Let cool completely before removing from the pan. Slice and serve.

I sliced and spread my homemade gluten free cream cheese and topped with banana slices. The bread can be wrapped in tinfoil and stored in the refrigerator.

So, what did I think? Well, as I said, it was edible. Something was missing, I'm not sure what but I'll think about it. It was a bit rubbery. I'll have to work on that too.

The cream cheese and banana on top added flavor, but alone, it was rather bland. This is a work in progress. I'll keep trying.

At least it wasn't a disaster! That's a plus. Gluten Free Rice Balls DISASTER was my WORST kitchen fail ever. The majority of my recipes come out absolutely amazing, but we all have "those days" right.

Even when you nail something, life than throw you curve balls and you have to learn new tricks (start over again). It's ok. I no longer eat meat. I developed allergies. My cooking has changed, but it's still delicious, even though I'm still learning my new tricks!

Even those who think they can't cook, can, with practice. Your attempts will give you some funny stories to laugh about for years to come like the ones I tell in some of my posts (click links above). But, you will get better. Just don't give up.

My other two recipes came out delicious! Check out my gluten free chickpea flatbread and my gluten free Sweet Potato, Chickpea, Banana Bread.


Brown rice flour (1 cup)

Garbanzo flour (chickpea) (1 cup)

Tapioca flour (1 cup)

Milled flax seed (1/3 cup)

Sugar (3 tablespoons)

Salt (1 teaspoon)

Milk (1 1/2 cup)

Apple cider vinegar (1 tablespoon)

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