Magic gluten-free-white bread - Better Batter Gluten Free Flour

Magic gluten-free-white bread

Magic White Bread Makes Two 8”X4” loaf pans Prep time 20 minutes – Cook time 30 minutes – Ready in 2 hours 30 minutes This recipe was converted from an Allergy recipe site. I […]

Make two loaves Servings
2 hours Minutes Prep
40 mins Minutes Cook

Magic White Bread
Makes Two 8”X4” loaf pans

Prep time 20 minutes – Cook time 30 minutes – Ready in 2 hours 30 minutes

This recipe was converted from an Allergy recipe site. I converted the recipe to gluten free. Everyone needs a great white bread recipe they can make for their family!





4 3/4 cups club soda this key or gluten free beer will work
1 tablespoons husk powder
¼ cup white sugar
1 cup  Arrowroot starch
3 packages active dry yeast
1 tablespoon apple cider vinegar
3 tablespoons oil
6 ½ cups (26 ounces) Better Batter gluten free flour
1 tablespoon baking power
1 tablespoon salt



In a bowl of a KitchenAid mixer, mix club soda, husk powder, sugar and yeast and apple cider vinegar and oil with together with a whisk let’s stand for about five minutes.


Meanwhile why your yeast mixture is blooming, gather all your dry ingredients together in a separate bowl place flour, baking powder and salt and whisk together.

Once yeast mixture is ready add in all your flour mixture to your yeast mixture and with a paddle attachment to your mixer start mixing on low speed for about one minute.

Once mixture is combined change the speed of your mixer to high-speed beat for about five minutes.

Gluten Free Magic white bread dough

While your bread is mixing prepare your loaf pans. Use two 8 by 4 inch loaf pans and spray with cooking spray or shortening. • Once batter is all mixed you will want to divide the mixture evenly with a rubber spatula into the pans

• Get a large bowl of warm water. With your wet hands, shape the loaves of breads by making channels around the dough. You will want to try to shape the loaf like you are forming a dome shape. Make sure your hands are wet every time you touch the dough – this is key! • Once the loaves are ready to be proofed you will want to make slashes on top of the each loaf

When proofing your breads I like to use the Microwave to rise my breads . This mean take a clean dish towel soak it with really hot water ringing out place in your microwave for about 3 to 5 minutes minutes once you see steam place your breads in the microwave And poof for about 30 to 40 minutes …

This gluten free bread when ready to go into the oven

• Proof bread for about 45 minutes to an hour 10 minutes before the breads are ready for the oven. • Preheat oven to 425° F. • Once bread is ready for the oven, get a large cup full of ice cubes place the two loaves of bread in to the middle of the oven and throw the ice cubes onto the oven floor and shut the oven door immediately. • Bake bread for about 45 minutes to an hour, checking the bread after an hour to make sure bread it reads about 210° F on any thermometer.

• Once the bread is out of the oven take them out of the pans and cool them on one side for about 1 hour and then on their other side – keep switching for about 4 hours before cutting





2 Responses

  1. Edenza

    I think step 1 of the recipe is missing. Even when I try a “view source” on the page, the first word is a lowercase “blooming” under the directions. I assume it’s about getting the yeast to bloom. I’d love to try the bread if it can get cleaned up.

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