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Home baked gluten free seeded bread.

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Hi everyone,

I’ve been baking a lot of brown bread recently so today I baked this with gluten free bread flour and it’s risen really well and I’m looking forward to having some.

I love home baked bread as I know what’s in it I like to add seeds and added pumpkin and sunflower seeds today.

I expect a lot more people have been baking bread during the lockdown with the yeast and flour shortages so please share your home made lockdown creations.

Enjoy your evening and stay safe now folks 😊

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Zest profile image

Hi Hidden

Wow, that is a great loaf of freshly baked bread. Yum! I particularly like your addition of the pumpkin and sunflower seeds - scrumptious!

I bought some yeast the other day, so I might be trying some baking with it - my experience of baking using yeast is extremely minimal, but I'd like to try a loaf and see how it turns out.

Zest :-)

in reply to Zest

Thank you Zest I'm glad that there's yeast back in the shops it all went a bit crazy the sale of flour and yeast and toilet rolls LOL.

I love adding seeds and imagine that you would make amazing bread...😊

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Zest in reply to

Hi Hidden

I've got a packet of 'sprouted whole buckwheat organic flour' (which I got at a very good price due to it being close to its use by date) and I am wondering whether it would be good in a bread. It's gluten free, so I am wondering what you think, as I know you have quite a bit of experience with gluten free flour and bread-making. Any recipes you know of that I could use that flour for?

Zest :-)

in reply to Zest

Hi Zest the bread flour I use has buckwheat flour in it and I use buckwheat flour as a plain flour with cookies and it makes mean pancakes.

Here’s a recipe using chia seeds as a binder and it might be what you want:


And you’ll like the look of these:


Enjoy whatever you make. 😊

Hi Hidden

A fabulous looking loaf of bread, is it a Dove's Farm recipe? Just asking as my Coeliac friend is struggling with decent homemade GF bread.

The king of bread making and that's official.

Take care and stay safe.

Alicia 👑🤴

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Hi thanks Alicia, it’s Doves farm flour only I don’t add milk.


That’s the recipe using their brown bread flour. I love the brown bread mix.

And that’s very kind of you it’s perseverance really.

Have a lovely evening now. 😊😊

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Hi Jerry

Thank you,I will pass this on to my friend.

Honestly you make some lovely food and so good at bread, who said you can't have decent bread if you are GF.

Alicia 🙏🙏🌈🍞

Activity2004 profile image

This looks and sounds fantastic, Hidden !😀👍 I hope you enjoyed it!😀👍🌈

MintTeaMascara profile image

Hidden how did you get the seeds to stick to the top of it?

in reply to MintTeaMascara

I just put them on top before I bake and I just press them slightly into the top with a party brush and sometimes with a little olive oil. 😊

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MintTeaMascara in reply to

Thanks. I tried last time (just pressed them in) and they all fell off - think they needed some oil or water.

Yours looks amazing.

Cooper27 profile image

Your gluten free breads always look very good Jerry! I've never mastered the art unfortunately.

in reply to Cooper27

Thank you Cooper I like baking bread the most so I'm sorry it's perseverance. 😊

Ianc2 profile image

May I ask where you got your flour from? Dove farm only have 28kg bags at the moment.

My whole food shop sell 1Kg bags again now Ianc2 and they’ve plenty of all their range, no yeast yet though.

1839 profile image

Hi Jerry. I see it’s some months since your GF bread posts, so you may have tried additional recipes, I have been really struggling with finding good bread from shops or online. Can you let me have recipes for your favourites breads, including if you have made one a sourdough. I have only been GF for less than 12 months and really miss good bread. Thanks . Kevin

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