Not-So-Artisan Gluten-Free Bread

Not so GF Artisan Bread

Not-So-Artisan Gluten-Free Bread

Bread, Bread how we love you, when you are yummy. I am nicknaming this artisan bread “brain bread” – doesn’t it look like a brain? I am quite sure this is yummy when other people make it, just not me.  You can see a yummy picture of it here on the site I got the recipe from: . I did everything the recipe said to do.  And I am so disappointed.  My GF daughter said it was really good, but I thought it was gross. The recipe said it would only take 5 minutes, and that is true. When I started I was thinking, “oh yah we can have bread with soup for dinner now, if it only takes 5 minutes!” But no, we won’t be having this with dinner, soup, or anything else. Maybe if someone good at making GF bread makes it for us, then yes we will eat it. The only thing I can think of that I did wrong, is that instead of using their flour recipe I found Bob’s Red Mill 1 to 1 Flour, with all their same ingredients. The flour blend must have been in different portions.  GF flour is so tricky like that. But it can’t be just that.  My bread didn’t rise at all, and it didn’t turn a nice golden brown.  It was dry, and broke apart really easy. Frankly I am disappointed. This recipe must only be for those who are actually experienced, good GF bread makers, which is not me. If someone else tries this recipe and is successful, please let me know.

Kellieverified: So sorry I have to give this only 2 stars.


About Kellie & Alicia

I am Kellie. I am a mom of 4 daughters, a creative dance teacher and a pinner. I love to create my Pins and figure out how to make things work. This blog is all about testing out Pins and sharing what I learned in the processes. I am excited about this adventure and I hope you enjoy seeing the interesting stuff that is created. In my spare time I love water skiing, hiking, camping (“glamping” is better), traveling and taking my kids on new adventures. I also love serving in my community and do so with my church, the PTA, and with an organization called Utah Kids Foundation. I love finding new ways to do things and trying them out.
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