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Gluten Free Bread Machines – Best Bread You Can Find

The best gluten-free bread I have found so far is the bread I make at home, in my very own bread machine.

My machine is called “The Bread Machine” by Welbilt.

It took some experimentation, but once I nailed it down my bread comes out perfect every time. I use a custom recipe and cook it on the quick bake setting, taking it out after an hour instead of the 1:30 on the button.

I searched around on Amazon to find bread machines where gluten-free buyers commented that they were using it successfully.

You can find all the bread machines here on Amazon.

Here are three bread machines recommended by gluten-free purchasers:

“I’m still new to using machine, but I bought to make GF bread for my family, I followed directions exactly from included recipe book and it came out perfect, including using GF setting, there are several blogs that say don’t use this setting, but it was perfect for the recipe in the book. I’ve tried a few other recipe’s of my own and so far so good.”

“The Zojirushi was delivered to my door last evening and I quickly made my first loaf of gluten free bread. This machine is replacing a two year old Cuisinart that also had a gluten free cycle. I had been disappointed in the Cuisinart’s ability to fully mix the gluten free ingredients in a way that produced a nice tasting and sturdy gluten free bread, so I decided to splurge on a machine with dual blades hoping that it would produce a better loaf of bread. I have to say that I was a bit skeptical that this machine would produce a better tasting bread with improved texture and consistency. Much to my surprise, the loaf of bread I made last night (the same recipe I had made multiple times in the Cuisinart) was fantastic. I cannot stress enough how happy I am. The bread even toasted better this morning! This machine is definitely worth the money for individuals looking to produce great tasting gluten free breads. I can’t yet comment on whether it produces better regular bread than my old Cuisinart, but I am confident, based on its performance last night, that it will. You will not regret spending the money for this machine.”

“Yes it has a “Gluten Free” Setting. I have made several Gluten Free loves and they came out perfect. Pages 20, 21, 22, and 23 of the Users Manual contain an entire Chapter on “Gluten Free Course” including Gluten Free Recipes for Brown Rice Bread, Soymilk Bread, Cafe Au Lait Bread, Italian Herb Bread, Flaxseed Bread, Cornmeal Bread, Raisin Bread, Walnut Bread, Chocolate Bread and Apple Oat Bread. I have made Pamela’s Gluten-Free Bread Mix and it came out great.”

Oster Bread Maker | Expressbake, 2-Pound Loaf (Note: Does not have gluten-free setting. Price – Used $46.40 includes free shipping. New $73.73 includes shipping. )

“I bought this to make gluten free bread for my wife. I used the GF Bread Mix from PamelasProducts.com. I think you can buy it here on Amazon too. I used the directions on the package with this bread machine and it turned out great the first time. GF bread in general is not great imo, but my wife who can’t have gluten loves the bread this made and is very happy.”

Sunbeam Programmable Bread Maker, White (Note: Does not have a gluten-free setting. Price: 79.95 including shipping.)

“This machine is great! I bought glutenfree bread mix and followed the directions on the package. mixed the eggs and milk etc, poured it into the machine, then added the dry mix on top, then added the yeast on top (as directed in the booklet that comes with the machine), pressed the 1 option which mixes the dough, lets it rise, and then bakes it; pressed the COLOR button (for light, medium or dark bread), then the SIZE button for 1.5 lb loaf, then START. then you wait 3 hours for the ingredients to be mixed, for the bread to rise, and then it bakes. It was so easy i was surprised the bread came out! (do not open the top lid while machine is making your bread!) I’ve never made bread before and can’t really cook anything without it burning! This machine also makes jam and all kinds of cream cheeses as well. Great for the money. PS its really big so don’t deliver it to your job, the box is the size of a microwave and is pretty heavy, i failed to look that info up before i sent it to my job thinking it’s the size of a toaster lol.”

“Just discovered that my hubby cannot eat gluten, so I had to find a bread machine to make him some gluten free bread. I’ve NEVER made bread before, machine or oven style so this was a first. The bread came out absolutely delicious!!!!!!! I used the light crust setting, and just hit the basic cycle for 1.5 loaf size. Took about three hours total, but produced wonderful tasting bread! i can eat gluten and had a hard time not eating all of his special bread =]. For the price, this breadmaker cannot be beat. Would recommend to everyone!”

About John Libonati

Author Information: John Libonati, SW Florida Publisher, Glutenfreeworks.com & The Gluten Free Works Treatment Guide.
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