When I went gluten-free (in 2012), the options were very limited and not very yummy 🙁

But now there are gluten-free options to replace everything that we could want.  A few years ago (compliments of Ms. Renee, Ms. Laura, and Ms. Birte 🙂 at the Waldorf-Inspired Mangrove School of Sarasota) I discovered what is still my favorite gluten-free bread recipe.

For those of you who also have to avoid yeast, I have made this recipe without it, and although it isn’t as fluffy, it is still great 🙂

You can make this recipe in the form of rolls, pizza crust, bread loaf, hamburger rolls, hot dog buns, or hearts, dinosaurs, rainbows and anything else you can think of 🙂

Here is what you will need:

1 tablespoon of yeast

1 teaspoon of maple syrup or honey

2 tablespoons of olive oil

1/2 cup of ground flax seed

1/4 cup of psyllium husks

1/4 cup of tapioca flour

2 and 1/4 cup of brown rice flour (or 1 cup of brown rice flour, 1 cup of sorghum, 1/4 cup of teff)

dash to a 1/4 teaspoon of salt

Here is what to do:

1. Dissolve into 2 cups of warm water (and do make sure it is WARM as hot water will kill off the yeast and cold water won’t properly activate the yeast)

2. Allow to sit for at least 30 minutes to activate yeast

3. Mix in olive oil, maple syrup (or honey), ground flax seed, and psyllium husks

4. Allow this mixture to sit a few minutes to absorb the water

5. In a separate mixing bowl (larger than the bowl that the liquid mixture is in ) combine tapioca flour and brown rice flour (and/or whatever other flour you choose) and salt

6. Slowly start pouring liquid mixture into powder mixture and knead as you go.  Continue pouring liquid mixture and kneading until you have a good chunk of workable dough

7. Create shape that you want and bake. Bake times will depend on what shape/s you make. Smaller rolls need less time than loaf.  It seems like it takes less than 30 minutes or no more than that long for whatever I have made. Keep an eye on it and take out when it reaches the perfect light brown or lighter if you don’t want as much crispiness 🙂

Add butter, olive or coconut oil, honey, cinnamon, and whatever else and ENJOY!

We have also done much experimenting adding different herbs, spices, seeds, and even crushed lavender flowers.  Other great adds are oats or fruit.  Have fun with it 🙂

Annie Botticelli

Annie Botticelli

Annie Botticelli is a Radical Self-Development Mentor, Founder/Teacher at Shine your Brilliance University and Astaria School of Practical Magic, Inspirational Speaker, YouTube Personality, Astrologer, Author, Blogger, Founder/Alchemist at Consciousness Blossoms (Organic Bath & Body Products), and Founder/Hostess at CozyBySweetStarlight.com and AstrologyKissedTravelBliss.com. You can see more of Annie’s blogs and offerings at www.AnnieHelpsYou.com

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