Two of the best for Gluten-Free Breadmaking:
Programmable bread machine bakes 1-, 1-1/2-, and 2-pound loaves
12 preprogrammed menu options; 3 crust settings; 13-hour delay-start timer
Viewing window; removable lid, pan, and paddle for quick cleanup
Stay-cool handles; measuring cup, measuring spoon, and recipes included
Accessories include a measuring cup, a measuring spoon, and foolproof recipes for gluten-free breads, as well as jams and sauces.
Bakes a large traditional rectangular shaped 2-pound loaf
Dual kneading blades knead dough thoroughly for a higher rise
Revolutionary heater built into lid makes a perfectly browned crust
Quick baking cycle prepares breads in about 2 hours; Time delay up to 13 hours
Includes measuring spoon, measuring cup, a user manual with a variety of recipes, and a removable nonstick bread pan for easy cleaning
Menu settings include: basic bread, wheat bread, gluten free bread, sourdough starter, dough, jam, cake, quick bread and 3 home made menus
Are you a messy baker?
Would you like to wake up to the smell of delicious, gluten-free, freshly baked bread in the morning?
Well here are some tips on how to get the best out of your breadmaker.
Bread Machine Tips
1. Gluten-free dough requires more mixing.
Some bread machines mix better than others, and with some you may have to mix the dough once before putting it in. Generally speaking machines with two paddles will mix dough more thouroughly, not require pre-mixing and are better for gluten-free bread.
2. Don’t forget the mix.
A gluten-free programme on a bread machine does not guarantee perfect results – the mix must be right. Try out different mixes to get the right one for your machine / programme.
3. A custom programme may work better than a gluten-free programme.
While they may be more expensive a bread machine which allows you to customise the programme will give you more control and result in better gluten-free breads. This allows you to experiment and get it just right.
4. Let ingredients sit at room temperature for a while if they have been in the fridge. Cold ingredients inhibit yeast.
5. Remove the bread from the machine as soon as possible.
Place the bread on a wire rack under a teatowel on the kitchen counter, leaving it in the machine can increase moisture levels and lead to soggy bread.
6. Don’t get too disappointed with trial runs that don’t work. These loaves can be coarsley grated into breadcrumbs and frozen for future use.
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Both of these models of programmable / gluten-free breadmakers have got great reviews for gluten-free breadmaking: