At first, I experimented a little with ready made gluten free bread from the frozen food sections of the grocery store, but to be honest, eating that was a little like munching on sawdust squares. I tried slathering slices with butter, jelly, or other gooey stuff, but I couldn't quite take it.
Finally, my answer came in Pamela's gluten free bread mix----I follow a simple set of directions on the package, stick it in the bread machine, and a suitable loaf comes out hot and ready in four hours! I serve it to the whole family with no complaints! My husband and kids all know how to make this. Sometimes, when I come home from work, they have a warm loaf ready for me as I walk in the door! Pamela's website also has lots of other recipes for many items using this and other mixes of theirs.
I buy this by the case from Amazon.
|Takes 4 hours|
|Goes with a delicious dinner! New Year's Eve dinner to be exact!|
We had a great meal of ribs, bread, salad, potatoes, and wine for our New Year's Eve dinner......this was followed by a fun time shooting off fireworks at our next door neighbor's house. These weren't your average wimpy sparklers---they went way high and were a bit loud.
As we learned, not everyone in Chapel Hill approves of such fireworks. Behold the very friendly police officer issuing (quite nicely) a 'cease and desist' order.
OK, so maybe next time, I'll make bread without subsequent legal involvement. At least not before the next celebration.
If you are gluten-free and missing your bread, consider this brand of bread mix. (The bread mix company didn't ask me to post this product review, in case you were wondering. I just like the bread.)