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Hi everyone,

My 5yr old daughter has just been diagnosed with Celiacs. Having alot of trouble finding a nice light and fluffy bread for her. She just wants her normal bread back. Has anyone found a recipe for bread that they really love? Thanks in advance :0)

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Hi everyone,

My 5yr old daughter has just been diagnosed with Celiacs. Having alot of trouble finding a nice light and fluffy bread for her. She just wants her normal bread back. Has anyone found a recipe for bread that they really love? Thanks in advance :0)

I like Rudi's gluten-free multi-grain bread and cinnamon-raisin bread. They are in the frozen section of health food and otherwise stores :)

To bake, I am also looking for a great bread recipe. Maybe we'll get some replies for bread that isn't too hard to bake. I have bought some yeast, both kinds, but have never tried them in a recipe yet.

Hoping for some great recipes, as well.

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See if you can get King Arthur's gluten-free flour. Most grocery stores carry it and have it in the regular flour aisle. Use the directions on the box. When I made it I was surprised at how much better it was than any premade bread.

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Start now with the lettuce roll-ups! Any kind of green.

Go slow with the gluten-free stuff and stick with whole foods.

Small containers with lots of choices. Pinterest has

so many different food styling sites! You should see

what clever moms are doing!

You can make the best flour-less cookies:

1 cup peanut butter (any nut will do!)

1/4 cup raw sugar (you can use any kind of sweetener here)

1 egg

Mix it and bake it, tiny little flat things work best

in a 350 oven

You can add anything to those cookies! 1/4 cup grated carrots

nuts, I hope you can eat nuts? Any dried fruit, you name it.

Omit the sugar and make crackers. I triple up on this, divide

it in 3's and make different stuff. Super nutrition is ground

flax, chia and hemp hearts. YUM! My family & friends clamor

for this stuff! Everyday they ask, did you make cookies.

I used macadamia nut butter, it dripped with oil. I was

gonna toss it but baked it up anyway. Wow! Oh my,

the BEST cookies ever! Don't get scared is it's oily,

it works and they are really good.

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If you want to try a mix, Gluten Free Pantry Favorite Sandwich Bread mix is wonderful. My 21 year old daughter (who is NOT gluten free) loves it so much I hide it or she'll eat the whole loaf on me!

For store bought, I think Udi's is closest to the real thing.

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Someone pointed out this thread on microwaved bread on another spot in the forum. The recipes and reviews look good but I've yet to try it:

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Simona19 posted a bread recipe that everyone raved about some months back. I believe it did have yeast. You might do a search for that.

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I was reading my daily topics and I saw my name. Here are the recipes that you can try to make. Maybe you will like it. If not, just use as a base recipe and you can mix flours that you like.

http://www.celiac.com/gluten-free/topic/85254-perfect-gluten-free-whitesandwich-bread/page__p__732678__fromsearch__1#entry732678

 

http://www.celiac.com/gluten-free/topic/84873-simonas-braided-challah/page__p__729391__fromsearch__1#entry729391 You can make just a half of recipe, or divide the dough in two baking dishes. It will be easier to work with the dough.

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I was reading my daily topics and I saw my name. Here are the recipes that you can try to make. Maybe you will like it. If not, just use as a base recipe and you can mix flours that you like.

http://www.celiac.com/gluten-free/topic/85254-perfect-gluten-free-whitesandwich-bread/page__p__732678__fromsearch__1#entry732678

 

http://www.celiac.com/gluten-free/topic/84873-simonas-braided-challah/page__p__729391__fromsearch__1#entry729391 You can make just a half of recipe, or divide the dough in two baking dishes. It will be easier to work with the dough.

Yes - you must try Simona's Challah! It is very, very good with excellent texture. I'm an avid baker and I love it. :D

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