Sunday, 15 February 2015

Homemade Gluten Free Bread.

You all know I'm gluten free, which means anything yummy I can't have. If you've ever tried supermarket GF bread, you'll know that it's very cardboard like and really not very pleasant. So when Tower gave me the opportunity to bake my own bread at home, I jumped at the chance. 

The Tower Gluten Free Digital Break Maker* is so easy to use and bakes me a fresh GF loaf in less than 3 hours. It's really easy, all you need to do is pop all the ingredients in, select your programme and the machine does the rest for you. I don't need to do a thing other than eat the bread.

So far I've only tried a plain loaf, but as you can see there are numerous settings on the maker and I'm certainly going to be trying out a few more things. I'm going to try adding some fruit to my mix too and create a fruit loaf, which would be super yummy.

The break maker of course, does non-GF bread too, so it works perfectly for me and the hubby when we're both craving some fresh food. I would definitely recommend trying out a bread maker if you're GF, it's so simple and will save you so much money in the long run.

You can find the Tower bread maker here.

Katie xx 


  1. Looks tasty! I bake a lot as I'm Coeliac as well and the price of gluten free products in supermarkets is just insane. I actually made bread the other day with the Helen's bread mix and it turned out pretty well:)

  2. Oh I've always wanted to make my own bread and this sounds and looks amazing.

    Jackie | fashionxfairytale | bloglovin' |

  3. Do you think it makes a difference from supermarket taste? it looks absolutely delicious I want to eat some now haha xxx

    Blonde Of Carbs

  4. I love freshly made bred it smells sooooo good! x

  5. Looks so good mmmmmmmm!!


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