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  1. I must send this recipe to my Dad he makes he bread in a bread machine every morning – Thanks for linking up to Pin Worthy Wednesday, I have pinned your post to the Pin Worthy Wednesday Pinterest Board.

  2. Hi there – I found you on the create and share link party and so glad I did! I am 100% gluten free. I don’t have a bread maker BUT seeing your post makes me motivated to go get one!! This looks so good and sometimes I just miss having a ‘regular’ piece of toast or bread for a sandwich!

    • Hi Chrissa!! Thanks so much for such a lovely comment! Yes, finding the right bread recipe is the ultimate dream of a ‘gluten free foodie’. I love this gluten free bread for toast with lashings of avocado and sprinkled with lemon pepper for breakfast!! Have a great day!! 🙂

  3. You made that look so easy! I have to try this! Thank you for sharing your healthy and delicious GF bread made in a bread machine at the Healthy Living Link Party! I’m pinning and sharing! All the best, Deborah

  4. This looks like a lovely light gluten free bread. I always love the idea of making bread but never do it! Thanks for linking with #freefromfridays

  5. Is there an alternative to the flour? For Example could coconut flour, or almond flour, etc. be used? I am not allergic to anything, but trying more Paleo recipes to calm my digestive issues (constipation, bloating). Much thanks for any help you can offer!

    • Hi Jill!!
      I have not tried it with other flours as yet.
      Coconut flour is very absorbent and a little more dense.
      If you are going to try it, you would need to add more liquid and perhaps another egg or two.
      Please let me know if you do try it how it goes!!…nothing like a little experiment 😉
      Have a great day!! 🙂

  6. If you have a GF setting on your bread machine, could you use that? Also, is it best for the wet ingredients to be at room temperature?

    • Hi Christina!!
      I have had my bread machine for a looooong time and it is very basic! You must have a modern one, with the GF setting.
      I have not used a bread machine with the GF setting… but I think, give it a try!!….(maybe it just cooks a little longer but check the instructions first). Would love to know how it goes!

      Yes, I use my wet ingredients at room temperature.

      Thanks for the question and have a great day !! 🙂

    • Hi Mary!!
      Self-Raising flour already has the raising agent in it. It usually is 3/4 cup of flour, 1 teaspoon of baking powder and a 1/4 of a teaspoon of salt for gluten free flour ….. or 1 cup of wheat flour, 1 teaspoon of baking powder and 1/4 teaspoon of salt. In Australia, you can buy self-raising flour but if you can’t buy it that way, simply make it yourself by adding in the baking powder and salt.
      Hope this helps and have a great day!! 🙂

  7. What a great recipe! I’ve tried a few gluten free bread machine recipes and this was the first one that worked! Soft delicious bread! Woo hoo!!! I mixed my own flours using the 4 flour mix on the link you have. I added the baking powder and salt to make it self-rising. I’m so happy to have an alternative to buying expensive gluten free breads at the market. Thank you!!

  8. I’m excited to try this! Id have to make it rising with the extra baking powder and salt. My flour has xantham already in it, do I still add more?

    • Hi Lindsay!
      I add xantham because my flour doesn’t already have it in ….so I wouldn’t add anymore. To find out more about xantham, click across to this post.

      This bread is so delicious, we made some today and just before it starting baking, swirled olive spread through it!! It is so nice dipped in balsamic vinegar, olive oil and almond duhkah!! Enjoy and have a great day!! 😃

  9. My bread machine is quite old, as I inherited it from my mom when I was recently diagnosed with Celiac; having said said it rises twice on all settings, will this recipe still work if the machine lets it rise two time? I have read a few bread machine recipes that say they will not work if you allow it to rise twice.

    • Hi Emily!!
      My bread machine now has a gluten free setting and the main difference between this one and others is that it has one ‘rise’ time and just makes the whole cycle quicker eg 2.20 hours rather than 3.05 hours. The bonus about this gluten free bread recipe is that it will rise to all it needs, in the first ‘rise’.
      Let us know how it goes. 🙂

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