Baking Gluten-Free Bread Was Never Easier With These Super Simple and Tasty Recipes!
If you’re on a gluten-free diet, finding good gluten-free bread can be a real challenge. Buying pre-packaged gluten-free bread is an option, but far from ideal. It’s expensive and – let’s be honest – usually doesn’t taste all that great either.
A better alternative is to make your own gluten-free bread. Homemade bread is not only cheaper, it also has a much better taste and it’s always fresh.
But isn’t baking your own bread very difficult and a lot of hard work? Think again. You’d be surprised how easy it is once you get the hang of it. With the super simple recipes in this book, anyone can do it and you’ll be enjoying your first homemade gluten-free bread in no time!
25 Incredibly Delicious Gluten-Free Bread Recipes Your Whole Family Will Love
Even if your family members aren’t gluten-free themselves, they are going to love the recipes in this book. All recipes are easy to make and you can simply use a conventional oven to bake the gluten-free breads.
These breads will quickly become your favorites. Sandwich breads, flatbreads, sweet breads, and breads you can serve with main meals or salads: you’ll find them all in this book!
Included are fabulous gluten-free breads like:
• Sundried Tomato Bread
• Rosemary Almond Focaccia
• Chili Cornbread
• Chocolate, Carrot and Orange Loaf
• Easy Banana and Pecan Bread
• And many more!
Ready to Start Baking?
Try out these tasty recipes and you’ll never settle for store-bought gluten-free bread again. So what are you waiting for? Grab a mixing bowl, heat the oven, and let’s get baking!
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
Being gluten sensitive myself, I’ve spent quite some time searching for gluten-free bread that actually tastes acceptable. Many supermarkets have a selection of pre-packaged gluten-free bread these days, but they tend to be expensive and usually don’t taste that great either.
Many people who are gluten intolerant, settle for store-bought breads, but with this book I want to show that it’s a much better alternative to bake your own gluten-free bread! This book is part of the Gluten-Free Made Easy series, which aims to make going gluten-free as easy and effortless as possible.
How Did You Come up With Your Characters?
If there’s one thing that people would hate to give up when they go gluten-free, it’s bread. Most of us eat bread every day and wouldn’t be able to live without it. In fact, when I heard I was gluten sensitive, I was still reluctant to go on a gluten-free diet because I loved bread so much.
These days, however, there are plenty of options for gluten-free bread and some of them pretty much taste like the real thing. So fortunately, going gluten-free doesn’t mean you have to give up bread!
Many supermarkets, health food shops, and online stores have a wide selection of gluten-free breads. Biggest downside of these breads, however, is that they are quite expensive compared to normal bread. Also, from personal experience, I can say that it can take quite a while before you discover a brand of gluten-free bread that you really like.
A better alternative is to make your own gluten-free bread. Homemade gluten-free breads are less expensive than store-bought ones and they usually taste better too! Baking your own bread is fun and not too difficult once you get the hang of it.
If you’ve never tried your hand at gluten-free baking before, some of the ingredients in this recipe book may be unfamiliar to you. Don’t worry, all these ingredients are available in numerous stores and if you can’t find them locally you can always shop for them online.
This book contains some of my favorite gluten-free bread recipes and I hope you’ll like them as much as I do. Now let’s get baking!
Mike Moreland is an author and life coach. His drive is to help people improve their lives and attain better health, wellness and balance. His specific interests include Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT), self-help, fitness and nutrition.
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