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Bread Machine Mixes- What Ones Work (and Taste) Best?

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I have a bread machine that I have used a few times, but have yet to find a bread that I really like.

I'm not a fan of gluten-free Pantry's Sandwich Bread- it comes out too doughy and wet for me and the taste was just ok. I tried making Bob's Red Mill mix and love the texture but don't like the beany taste. Is there something I can add to mask the flavor of the beans? Perhaps sundried tomatoes, parmesan cheese, garlic or feta cheese? If so, would I have to modify the other quantities of wet ingredients to add?

Anyone have good luck with any bread machine mixes where both the texture and taste were right on?

Thanks,

Marcia

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Hi Marcia!

There are numerous brands of gluten-free bread mixes. You may want to try another brand of mix; you are not the only one unimpressed by the taste of the Bob RM mix. I am actually not the best person to advise you on bread machines. I could never get my bread to turn out with the correct consistency or taste good. However, MANY others on here have had success with bread machines. You may want to do a search through past posts.

I have found it just as easy to leave my mixer on the kitchen counter as a bread machine...and with practice, my homemade bread, muffins, and cakes turn out much closer to the wheat version.

When I add a small amount of dry ingredients/spices to my bread, I generally don't add additional water. I usually can tell as I mix it if the consistency is wrong. If it is, I add a small amount of liquid (1 tsp.) at a time until the texture is correct. Now, in a bread machine, I'm not sure..hopefully someone else will respond and help.

Happy gluten free baking! :) -Julie

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Hi Marcia,

Tried Pamela's Wheat Free Bread Mix and pretty good. Didn't like the bean taste either on BRM. There is a really good site to go to for gluten-free recipes and bread machine tips. It's www.glutenfreegoddess.com. Her name is Karina and the site is outstanding. I'm going to try her brownies today. Just bought a Breadman Pro and used her tips for my first loaf. I put machine on knead for 20 minutes, let rise 60 minutes and bake 60. The house smelled great (good sign) and we could hardly wait to dig in. Used medium crust setting and had good texture. Second and third day just as good. I think you'll like her site. The pics are beautiful and my daughter and I almost cried when we saw the brownies. We were both just diagnosed and trying hard to stay with diet. Good brownies will help. Good luck with bread.

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Welcome to the forum Mamasaidso! (l like your screen name) B)

I thought I would also add that Betty Hagman and Carol Fenster are two excellent cookbook authors.

I love baking cakes, cookies, brownies, muffins, ahhhhh...I'm hungry :D

If you and your daughter are ever craving anything specific, post a topic about it. Usually, plenty of people answer.

You can also use the search tab for past posts.

Happy gluten-free baking! -Julie :)

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