This recipe is adapted from my bread-makers manual. The texture is identical to store brought GF bread, which if you’ve never had before… it’s basically more of a cake texture than fluffy white tip top bread texture.
I use a Breville Big Loaf Bread Maker BB380 pictured below.
Give the pan a spray with non stick oil:
Always add wet ingredients first. In winter slightly heat your liquids so that they help the yeast perform at its peak 🙂
450 ml of milk, I used whole milk but any milk works (coconut/almond), even water will work with 3 Tbs of any milk powder added to it.
30 grams of raw organic coconut oil or 3 Tbs of any liquid vegetable oil you prefer
3 (60g ea) large whisked eggs
1 tsp of apple cider vinegar
1 cup (110 grams) of coconut flour
2 cups & 1.5 Tbs (356 grams) of edmonds plain GF flour
3 Tbs sugar
1 tsp salt
3 tsp breadmaker fast acting yeast
3 tsp mixed spice
3/4 c sultanas (make sure they’re not too dry as they’ll suck the moisture out of your bread, if you need to – soak these in a cup of boiled water for 10mins to rehydrate and add them to the pan last)
Settings on machine: 1 – Basic, and Crust – Medium
Recipe Batch Cost: $8.75 which is what you’ll pay for a 500g loaf of GF fruit bread in the store.
This recipe makes a 1kg loaf of bread!
Woo hoo! we just saved some money 🙂
Will add photos once it’s cooled/cut