Gluten Free Loaf Bread {And Bread Machine Giveaway!}

When this new bread machine arrived at my house, the very first thing that I noticed was that it had a gluten-free setting. Intrigued. Totally intrigued.

And I knew right away that I had to put it to the test…and by test, I mean, that I’d make it for a dinner that we were serving to our extended family here and not tell them, until after I’d had a chance to watch them enjoy a few bites.  (Sneaky, sneaky.)

Their reactions – they would have never guessed it were GF bread (had I not told them), and that it was quite moist and delicious!

Check out the video of my Gluten Free Loaf Bread in the Breadman Bread Machine!

(While we don’t eat exclusively gluten-free, I have noticed big improvements in one of my sons’ behavior when we greatly limit it…as did his occupational therapist when we made the switch. So I’m thrilled that  I can occasionally make bread for him that he’ll not only eat, but enjoy!)

(I used the King Arthur Flour Gluten Free Bread Mix, that I’d scored on a deal a few weeks (months?) back on GlutenFreeSaver.com.)

And the holiday giveaways continue…And I’ve got 1 of these gems to 1 of you this week! 

Contest Details

1. Contest ends Monday, December 10th at 5 pm EST.

2. Winner will be selected by Random.org. Winners will be announced back here on this post, and notified via email with further instructions.

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*Disclosure: This giveaway and review are part of a sponsored campaign with SmartCookingGuide.com. Opinions and experiences are my own and real.

 

Comments

  1. Anne says

    My favorite bread is the new Fleishmans 1 hour stoneground wheat bread. No one knows all the ingredients (except water) come in a box! Plus it’s only 1 hr start to finish!

  2. Patricia says

    Oh, Oh, this week my favorite bread is seeded rye. Last week it was walnut raisin. The week before that it was 9-grain. You get the idea – I love to change from week to week – there are only 52 weeks in a year and oh so many breads out there!

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