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This was one of my gifts! It looks really nice on my counter. I have not had the time or the energy to use it yet. Anyone have good recipies for a bread maker?

Hez

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I was just looking for reviews on bread machines and found this new one from Cuisinart...is says it has a gluten free setting. Does anyone have this?

http://www.breadmachinedigest.com/reviews/reviews/cuisinart/

I think that's the one we sent to our inlaws and they seem quite happy with it my father in-law is celiac and lives in a small town so not much is available but they've been baking bread like crazy now so that's good.

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I have the older model of this same machine. MINE doesn't have the gluten-free setting, but I love it anyway!! It makes great gluten-free bread. :)

Here is the info. from William-Sonoma in case anyone is looking for somewhere to buy it:

Cuisinart Convection Breadmaker

"Making bread at home has never been easier or more foolproof. Loaded with automatic features that take the guesswork out of bread baking, this machine has a convection fan that circulates air for better browning and crisper crusts. Select from three loaf sizes and 16 preset options for breads and doughs, from whole wheat and French loaves to quick breads and pizza dough, as well as low-carb and gluten-free breads and rustic artisan loaves. Recipes included. 16 1/2" x 10 1/4" x 12" high. A Williams-Sonoma exclusive.

This item cannot be gift wrapped. $99.95 http://www.william-sonoma.com

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I wonder what happens on the gluten free setting that would be different???

Has anyone tried the various bread mixes on a machine??

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I use the Gluten Free Pantry Sandwich bread mix with my Cuisinart Bread machine... and it comes out great!!! All I do is mix it with a fork when I put the ingredients in... while the machine is mixing it as well. The machine can't mix it all in like it should ~ even the mix says to help mix the dough. BUT, it can only help to have a gluten-free setting. Maybe it mixes it longer, etc. Let me know how it works!! :)

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I have heard that gluten-free bread only needs one rise cycle while regular bread needs two rise cycles. Having not tried my bread machine I can not say if it only has one rise.

Hez

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I was looking last night on here and saw the bread machine with a gluten free setting. I do not have a bread machine but, am going to get one today with the gluten free setting I was wondering if anyone has any good bread machine recipes to share. I have the gluten free pantry sandwhich bread mix I was wondering if its good or are there some other great recipes I would enjoy? Does anyone make ciniamon rolls with there bread machine?

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Thanks for the tip on the Cuisinart Breadmaker from Williams and Sonoma ! ! I just ordered it, as well as the yogurt maker (had heard good things about it as well). Also just purchased a Breville juicer a week ago from amazon .com, and see that Williams and Sonoma has the same one (the only one they have) for the same price. If you're looking for a good juicer, I highly recommend the Breville.

Dianna

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I just got a breadmaker too - not sure if it is Gluten-free (haven't tried it yet)...but I was wondering if there are any good Gluten-free bread maker mixes that can be ordered online. I need to break through to my breadmaker - it is just sitting in the cabinet i want something easy and keep getting imtimidated - lol.

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BREAD MACHINE RECIPE:

Hi everyone!

I have wanted to Post & respond to all of your wonderful comments on the Baking & Cooking Tips Forum here, & read with interest about the new Bread Machines they have came out with! I still have my very first (and older model) of a Bread Machine, in which is a HITACHI HOME BAKERY II model. It is one with a single paddle & all~

Anyway, once I went "gluten-free," I have been creating my own Bread in my Bread Machine, and will wait until the thing "breaks down," or "wears out," OR .... I "burn the motor up in it" before I go to a "Gluten-Free" Bread Machine! (... and when that happens, it will give me an excuse to buy a new Bread Machine!) :D

I have a Bread Machine Recipe here, that you make from "scratch," and it was the very first one I ever tried in my Bread Machine. It works very well, & is a very "yummy" Bread.... At least I have had great success with this very Recipe, but as you know, most all Bread Machines are "different," just like ovens & stoves, etc; etc; For those of you out there, give this a try, & don't be afraid to add your own "touches" to this Recipe! (you can mix your Flours half & half, or whatever you'd like to do) I got this Recipe off the INTERNET, and for the life of me, I can't remember just where I obtained it, but the credit goes to a man who's Mother helped him create this! (I wish I could remember his name, so I could give him the credit due....) Anyway, here it is:

GLUTEN-FREE BREAD MACHINE RECIPE:

Liquid ingredients:

3 large eggs, slightly beaten

1/4 C. oil

1 1/4 C. + 1 Tablespoon milk

4 Tablespoons Dry Buttermilk

(I dissolve all of the liquid ingredients here, then put it into the Microwave & heat for 1 min. and 10 seconds, right before I dump it into the Bread Machine. Mix your DRY ingredients before you heat the liquid here....)

Dry Ingredients:

2 C. brown Rice or white Rice Flour

1/2 C. Potato Starch Flour

1/2 C. Tapioca Flour

3 1/2 teas. Xanthan gum

1/2 C. sugar

1 1/2 teas. Salt

4 1/2 teas. active Dry Yeast

Mix the dry ingredients in a large bowl. (I use a big wire whip to mix all of this together really good, to get it ready to just dump into the Bread Maker....)

Mix all liquid ingredients together & heat in Microwave. Dump the LIQUID ingredients in FIRST, into your Bread Machine. Then dump all of the "pre-mixed" DRY ingredients onto the top of that. (Sometimes, I will help my Bread Machine out, & mix all of this up (the dough) by hand--- then dump it into the Bread Machine!)

Plug in your Bread Machine, then set the settings to the "Basic" or "Rapid" LIGHT Bake. (Gluten-free Rice Bread does NOT use a second Bake setting!) Let it Bake, & take your Bread out right after your Bread Machine gets done Baking.

You will also need a long-handled Spatula to help your Bread Machine along, by scraping down the sides as the dough is mixing. (I thought this would be a real "pain," but it's actually not!!) I keep scraping my dough down, & also "folding" it in to help it along. The top of your Bread dough will have uneven "peaks" to it, but hey--- that's OK, it's just a defective "flaw" type look to it! :lol:

Remember: All Bread Machines are different, so you may want to let yours stay on any "Stay Warm" cycle until that cycle is finished, before you remove it from the Machine. With my Machine, I just take it directly out of the Machine, as it is done Baking at this point. (my Hitachi Bread Machine tends to bake very fast.)

I slice my Bread right after I get it out of the Bread Maker, and mine turns out excellent, & does NOT crumble! Of course, my husband gets into this fresh baked Bread right away, & practically eats the whole thing, before I can salvage it! Laugh! :D {... it makes a short, plump, & very "heavy" Loaf.}

I've also added Raisins to this Recipe, but the Raisins will turn your Bread a "brown" color to it's texture, which is OK. If you desire a "Sweeter" tasting Bread, just use more sugar, or honey, or whatever you would like to. You can also "adjust" the amount of yeast too... but I found, with any Rice Flours, one must use more yeast. (I have doubled the yeast measurements here, as it works better for my particular Bread Machine.) This Bread also stays well in the Refrig, even tho it gets "harder than a rock," after it is stored for a day or so... I just pop slices into the Microwave to soften it up when I want some.

I'm not sure how this Recipe would work in one of the new "Gluten-Free" Bread Machine's, but I'll bet it would be good... One could try it, just by dumping in all the LIQUID ingredients first, then layer it with all the DRY ingredients, without "mixing" them, then adding your yeast on top of the Dry ingredients, like regular Bread Machines instruct.

Give this a try...... and let me know how it works out. All I can attest to, is that this Recipe works well for me, & in my personal Bread Maker, and I love it! And by the way,... I have never used a "gluten-free" Bread Mix yet, since I went "gluten-free."

I also wanted to comment CMCM, about your PHOTO, & also the picture of the Horse... is that you with your Horse there? ... if so, WOW! Great picture, & the Horse is beautiful!! My Horse is pitch-black with a star in the middle of his forehead!

Enjoy everybody!!!!

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I use the Gluten Free Pantry Sandwich Bread mix ~ you just drop the ingred. into the mixer, stir, and wait! Very easy to use and comes out yummy!!! You can get it at: http://www.glutenfreepantry.com :)

:rolleyes: Thanks here Kimberly! I have yet to try a Bread Mix... as I got so use to baking my own Bread in my Bread machine! As you will notice, the above Recipe I submitted does call for alot of YEAST, & I know some folks can't tolerate yeast---- One can cut the yeast down (in half) on that Recipe, but I find it works better with more yeast to it.

Anyway, I will have to try a Bread Mix sometime. I have been very curious to that! Thanks much!!! :)

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I was having trouble with the GFP Sandwich Bread Mix (way too much gas in the top of the loaf) and recently tried the Bob's Red Mill Homemade Wonderful mix. It came out really moist and light and has a good flavor. I use the mixes when I'm pressed for time and just want to through it in and press go.

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I wonder what happens on the gluten free setting that would be different???

Has anyone tried the various bread mixes on a machine??

hello,

I have the machine and have made several types of gluten-free breads in it . It has one long knead and a nice preheat for liquids so if a little cold they dont kill yeast by time they start kneading together.

I have made a white/almond meal loaf, yum. a raisin cinnamon , some spice blends . the one nut one gluten-free in the book with it and then an odd fruit one , that one was ok , we ate it but it was a little dry , I really think it was the recipe not the machine. I imagine if it does the recipes so good the mixes out there should work too. just figure out what ones you like .

I have had only one loaf fail , not bad since ive had it since oct and make bread often.

gl enjoy love mine

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I was having trouble with the GFP Sandwich Bread Mix (way too much gas in the top of the loaf) and recently tried the Bob's Red Mill Homemade Wonderful mix. It came out really moist and light and has a good flavor. I use the mixes when I'm pressed for time and just want to through it in and press go.

Thanks here for the info! I'm going to have to buy me a couple of Bread mixes, just to experiment with them..... I do know they sell the Bob's Red Mill brand in one of our local Super Markets here, so will look for some of this. When I went gluten-free, I had went to the Health Food Store, & stocked up on all the necessary FLOURS & things I needed for baking... thus, I'm trying to get thru all of those, without wasting everything first. I've heard great reviews on many of the Bread Mixes & so forth, but I like to cook & bake, thus, it was just more practical for me to do it all myself! Laugh! I'll have to try some of the mixes, & will let you folks know what I think of them......

I can't wait until my old Bread Machine "bites the dirt," so I can invest in one of the newer type Bread Machines that do "gluten-free" Bread Baking!!!! :lol:

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I bought this same bread machine at Dillards in the mall. It was $89.95 or $99.95 I don't remember. Works great. I made the Breads by Anna from www.glutenevolution.com and they were great. You can get them with different ingred. for your diet (gluten-free - or gluten-free,c/f,s/f, y/f and so on).

Jennifer

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I bought this same bread machine at Dillards in the mall. It was $89.95 or $99.95 I don't remember. Works great. I made the Breads by Anna from www.glutenevolution.com and they were great. You can get them with different ingred. for your diet (gluten-free - or gluten-free,c/f,s/f, y/f and so on).

Jennifer

I did some looking into this very same Machine that CMCM had originally Posted about earlier. I found it thru the J.C. PENNEY site, and a person can order it right thru their Catalog, or via the Internet. I shop J.C. Penney alot, due to living so far out in the Country. This is the same Bread Machine, "Cuisinart Stainless Steel Breadmaker," and Penney's price is $99.99 on their Website, soooo, they are about .4-cents more! :angry:

I also went in to the Wiliam-Sonoma Website, and also read the reviews on the Web Site that CMCM had posted........ This looks to be a good Machine, so I might just have to get one later on!! If it has the "gluten-free" settings & all, I'm wondering if it'll hold up longer than an average???

CMCM: Have you ordered this very Bread Machine yet... or do you plan to? Just wondering if you did, & if so, how you like it?

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Thanks for the reconmendation I bought the bread machiene and used the Bobs Red Mill and it was great I felt as if I was cheating by eating this as toast or sandwhiches it is great and the bread will hopefully help with the weight gain Ive been gluten free for 5 years but here lately started loosing again without any explination, so hopefully Im on the road to a full recovery!

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I did some looking into this very same Machine that CMCM had originally Posted about earlier. I found it thru the J.C. PENNEY site, and a person can order it right thru their Catalog, or via the Internet. I shop J.C. Penney alot, due to living so far out in the Country. This is the same Bread Machine, "Cuisinart Stainless Steel Breadmaker," and Penney's price is $99.99 on their Website, soooo, they are about .4-cents more! :angry:

I also went in to the Wiliam-Sonoma Website, and also read the reviews on the Web Site that CMCM had posted........ This looks to be a good Machine, so I might just have to get one later on!! If it has the "gluten-free" settings & all, I'm wondering if it'll hold up longer than an average???

CMCM: Have you ordered this very Bread Machine yet... or do you plan to? Just wondering if you did, & if so, how you like it?

No...I haven't ordered it. Like you, I already have a machine, not all that used even though I've had it a couple of years. I'm waiting for it to bite the dust before I get another one. I haven't tried any gluten free breads in it yet....if they are a colossal failure maybe I'll re-think this, especially if that new machine seems to be wildly better for gluten free breads. Meanwhile, I'm probably better off NOT getting into breads right now....since I plan to drop about 10-15 lbs. Best to stay away from all bread things, too tempting! I sure miss toast, though! By the way, for anyone who buys from William Sonoma, they have a GREAT return policy. Keep your receipt, but if you decide after using it (even for awhile) that it doesn't do the job, they'll take it back with no fuss. They supposedly have one of the best return policies out there!

Carole :rolleyes:

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