Home made gluten free brown seeded bread. - Healthy Eating

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Home made gluten free brown seeded bread.

Jerry
JerryAdministrator
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Hi everyone,

As there is one thing dominating the news, I thought that I'd post a photo of some bread I made earlier today. I love baking my own bread as I know what I'm eating. My home smells wondeful and it's all very cheerful and I like that. I often substitute with different flour so this uses a shop bought GF flour mix.

Here's the recipe:

450g gluten free Brown Bread Flour (I use Doves farm)

30g sesame seeds

50g pumpkin seeds

1 tea spoon sea salt.

2 tea spoons yeast.

1 tea spoon brown sugar.

400ml luke warm water

3 free range eggs.

1 table spoon olive oil.

I use dried active yeast as some quick acting yeast contain gluten.

First dissolve the sugar in 100ml boiling water add cold water to 400ml and add the yeast and leave to wake up while you put everything else in a good processor and then add to the rest of the mix and whiz up, Spread into 2 small loaf tins or a large one I made a large loaf with 2 rolls. Leave to prove for approx 30 mins I use my top oven slightly preheated then bake in the main oven for approx 30/35mins. I sprinkle some seeds on top as well.

And I'll pop one in the freezer for another day. 😊

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crazyfitness
crazyfitnessPWB Guest

That looks so good Jerry and I bet your home smelt really good.

Alicia :)

Jerry
JerryAdministrator in reply to crazyfitness

Thanks Alicia, it's nice having something that makes you feel positive going on. And then I have to eat it...

Jerry 😊

crazyfitness
crazyfitnessPWB Guest in reply to Jerry

It really us and baking can do that. Such a hardship having to eat it 🀣😊

Jerry
JerryAdministrator in reply to crazyfitness

Hey I know Alicia but we get by...πŸ˜‚

crazyfitness
crazyfitnessPWB Guest in reply to Jerry

Great British Bake Off for you next πŸ˜‰

Activity2004
Activity2004Administrator

This sounds really great! I will have to print it out tonight and try it soon.πŸ˜€πŸ‘

Jerry
JerryAdministrator in reply to Activity2004

Thank you Leah thats great as you eat gluten free. πŸ‘πŸ˜€

Activity2004
Activity2004Administrator in reply to Jerry

You’re welcome! It sounds really good to me!πŸ˜€πŸ‘

Jerry
JerryAdministrator

Thats a shame hopefull things will settle down soon.

Looks delicious!!

Looks yummy. The challenge at the moment is getting bread flour!

Jerry
JerryAdministrator in reply to ChubbieChops

Thank you ChubbieChops I was in my local whole-food shop yesterday and they had plenty of flour and GF flour. The supermarkets will soon have more as they weren't prepared for the extra demand.

ChubbieChops
ChubbieChops in reply to Jerry

oh good idea, didn't think to check the health food shop :)

pamela22
pamela22TidyClub

Sounds lovely Jerry I will try to gather the ingredients (IF they have anything left in the shops) and give it a go.

Xxx

Hi, Jerry. Lovely to see this thread. The bread looks delicious!

Could you offer an opinion of using almond flour as a substitute flour?

Thank you in advance.

Jerry
JerryAdministrator in reply to OilpainterUS

I've not tried and would only substitute some ground almonds for flour. Sorry thats the best I can do OilpainterUS

I have ground almond flour and almonds. I may make a small loaf and try it!

Thank you for the inspiration!

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