You will find that fresh gluten-free baked bread is at its best right out of the oven. However, it’s common to find that gluten-free bread begins to harden and loose its moisture if it remains on the counter too long. To best preserve your loaf, slice your bread all at once after it cools, place it in tightly sealed freezer bags, and freeze. Double bag if your freezer is known to impart a hint of unsavory freezer burn.
Gluten-free bread typically freezes well for long periods, and slices can be thawed and used on demand, however, you will need to toast most slices. Be careful not to wait too long to freeze your bread once it’s baked; even just a few hours can be too long and the bread can pass its prime. A good rule to remember: Freeze early so you can enjoy later! Also, keep this tip in mind when bringing fresh baked gluten-free bread home from a local bakery.