Gluten Free Honey Oat Bread Recipe (bread machine)


My family (and,  me too) love this bread and I thought I would post it again because I am one of those people who hate looking for things in archive, well and I tweaked it a little. So here it is…

First of all I buy gluten free oats in the bulk bin at WINCO now. I used to use bob’s red mill. Either will work great. I measure out what I need and blend it in my Ninja to make oat flour 🙂 I also use Pamela’s Products bread mix and flour blend, I find it at Harmon’s grocery, Whole Food’s, Good Earth, and Macy’s Grocery. I have not had the pleasure of going to Trader Joe’s yet so I do not know if its there. Ok here is the recipe.

1 1/2 c gluten free oat flour

2 c Pamela’s bread mix

1/4 c sugar

1/4 c  applesauce (musselmans are GF, I use about 3/4 of the 4oz individual cups, a little more than 1/4c)

3 large eggs

1/2 c milk (I use almond milk)

3/4 c warm water

2 1/4 tsp active dry yeast (or 1 yeast packet)

1 Tbs Honey  ( I put in last I actually just eye it, matter of taste really)

I use a 2 c Pyrex measuring cup….

add warm milk, eggs, water..Then applesauce,,,you should have 2 cups full liquid or just above. This is when I add the honey and if I am right at 2 cups I will add 2 additional TBS water. Depending on the egg volume is why this measurement varies.  I found that if I am above the 2 cup line (not a lot though, do not go over an additional 1/4 c) the bread comes out way better than the original recipe. Another thing, make sure all your ingredients are at least room temp. This is a huge tip.

Add liquids into bread maker. Then add the oat flour, sugar, and Pamela’a flour mix. Make a well at the top of flour and add your yeast.

Use the basic bread setting and I use dark crust setting too.

Let the machine mix for a minute or two, then scrape down the sides and I actually scrape the bottom too. Close lid and let the machine do the rest…



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