Many people think that it’s difficult to make gluten free bread. In this online cookery course I show you exactly how easy it is to make a range of delicious, simple, nutritious yeasted and non-yeasted bread.
All the breads are gluten free and all but two can be made without dairy and eggs too (suitable for people who follow a vegan diet and/or who have coeliac/celiac disease).
What will I get when I buy this course?
You will get life-time access to the course along with an invitation to join a private Facebook group for help and support.
In the course I teach you how to make the following gluten free breads in easy to follow video lessons that you can watch as many times as you like:
Garlic & Herb Tear and Share Bread
Gluten Free Baguettes
Soft Gluten Free Burger Buns/Sandwich Rolls
Soft Gluten Free ‘Wholemeal’ Sandwich Loaf
Cheats Sourdough Loaf
Rosemary Soda Bread
Gluten Free Naan Bread
Chocolate Babka (sweet bread)
BONUS lesson on Gluten Free Pizza
In order to make these wholesome bakes, I also share the recipe and method for making my wholegrain gluten free flour blend (something that has until now been a secret) AND the recipe for my gluten free bread mix (available to buy in the UK). This means that where ever in the world you live you can make these recipes with success.
What will I need to follow the lessons?
You’ll need a computer, tablet or phone to view the lessons on plus a good internet connection for streaming video.
Is the course suitable for beginners?
We have designed the course to be suitable for both beginners and more experienced cooks. The video lessons are simple to follow and you can watch them as many times as you like.
What ingredients will I need to make gluten free bread?
Some of the recipes require my whole grain gluten free flour blend. I show you how to make that in the course.
If you want to make the blend you’ll need teff flour, sorghum flour, buckwheat flour, potato starch and tapioca starch. I have not tested the recipes with other flour blends.
In addition to my special flour blend you’ll need psyllium husk powder.
All the other ingredients will be found in a local store or health food shop.
What special equipment will I need to make gluten free bread?
For all by the chocolate babka recipe (where you’ll need a stand mixer) all you require is a large bowl and spoon for mixing the ingredients.
For cooking the breads you’ll need a good deep 2lb loaf tin, square brownie tin and baking trays. Ideally you’d have a baguette tray to make the baguettes in.
You’ll need a frying pan for cooking the naan bread and chapatis.
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