Nothing beats the aroma of a fresh hot loaf of bread baked in your home, even gluten-free bread. A variety of companies have patterned their signature style gluten-free breads after traditional favorite tastes, while other companies have no equal to their one-of-a-kind creations. Gluten-free bread mixes come in two recipe formats: quick bread or yeast bread. Quick breads are like cake batters made in loaf pans and are just that, quick, while yeast breads require time for rising and will often take a few hours to prepare. Either way, you’ll eventually have a loaf you can slice, freeze, and enjoy.
Each bread mix utilizes different flours, some more nutritious and protein-rich than others. Some mixes are for making one type of bread only, while others can make different styles of bread using different company recommended recipes. Each bread will have its own moisture quality and flavor profile. Experiment to find the mixes you like best.
This list, which is by no means exhaustive, should help get you started stocking your new gluten-free kitchen with options for gluten-free bread. While some mixes are readily available in stores, some can only be purchased online.
Use Montina All-Purpose Flour Blend to make signature
All-Purpose Bread Mix and Cinnamon Bread Mix
Bob’s Red Mill Natural Foods
Cinnamon Raisin Bread Mix, Cornbread Mix, Biscuit & Baking Mix, Homemade Wonderful Bread Mix, and Hearty Whole
Grain Bread Mix
Breads From Anna (Gluten Evolution, Inc.)
Gluten-Free Bread Mix, Banana Bread Mix, and Pumpkin
Favorite Sandwich Bread Mix, Yankee Cornbread, French Bread & Pizza Mix, Rye-Style Bread, Multi-Grain Bread, and Whole Grain Bread Mix
Noah’s Bread Mix, White Sandwich Bread Mix, and Potato
Amazing Wheat-Free Bread Mix
Sylvan Border Farm
White Bread Mix, Classic Dark Bread Mix, and Non-Dairy