Can I use your flour in my bread machine?

Can I use your flour in my bread machine?

Yes! Any of our bread recipes can be converted for a breadmaker, as well as being used in breadmaker recipes that you’ll find online. Here are the methods we recommend for owners of breadmakers:

To convert a traditional gf bread machine recipe to a Better Batter recipe: Use the gf bread recipes in your bread machine manual but substitute the volume of all of the flours and the xanthan gum and any extenders (like gelatin) for our flour. For example: for a recipe calling for 1 c of rice flour + 1 1/2 c tapioca starch +2 1/2 tsp of xanthan gum, you’d use 2 1/2 c +2 1/2 tsp of Better Batter Flour. Continue to follow the recipe in the manual.

A simple method for making bread machine bread: Go online and download a regular bread machine recipe, or use the one in your manual. Double only the liquid called for. Leave all the other ingredients the same. Set the machine to the GF setting and Bake.

Converting our site recipes to the bread machine: Use our regular bread recipes on the site, using the ingredients, as written, putting them into your machine in the order the manufacturer suggests (wet then dry ingredients, or dry then wet). Don’t forget to use the GF setting!

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