Easy Gluten Free Bread

READY IN: 20mins
Recipe by Jesus Freak

Super easy and fun to make. Don't get discouraged, it doesn't "golden brown" like real bread, but it tastes great! It won't really RISE, but the baking powder helps the best it can. Don't use all brown rice flour or the bread will be too mushy. Use a mixture of brown rice and white rice flour. You can add cheese or cinnamon and/or spices to make a "cinnamon" recipe. *Make in small batches because after a few days it gets crumbly. You can freeze the loaves after you bake them, then let them thaw (NOT IN THE FRIDGE!) and then you can heat it up and it's like you just baked it!* You may want to double or triple the recipe if you want to slice it up and use it for sandwiches or toast.

Top Review by racecar850

I love this recipe. Its easy and quick and very good. You can double it or leave it as is. I did change a couple of things. I use Bisquick Gluten Free and i don't add the sugar or salt and instead of a egg i use applesauce. I prefer Musselman's and i use 1 snack size per 1 egg. It's normally 1/4 cup applesauce per 1 egg. I also use alittle less than 1/8 cup of oil. I feel like recipes always want to much oil in them. And this recipe lets you add all kinds of things: raisins, mashed bananas, any type of fruit really. Chocolate chips, nuts, cinnamon, pumpkin. And as for the milk you can use almond milk, rice milk, coconut milk,etc. The bread doesn't brown on the top but I'm perfectly okay with that and it only takes 20 minutes. I keep in in the refrigerator in a container. Yummy! Thank you for your recipe.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Mix the dry ingredients, (**BEAT THE EGG BEFORE YOU ADD TO DRY**).
  2. Add wet ingredients to dry (here is where you could add cheese, cinnamon, or other extra ingredients). Batter should be the consistency of a muffin mix.
  3. Grease your pan VERY LIGHTLY.
  4. Put in small loaf pan (double or triple recipe to make a big loaf).
  5. Bake 15-20 minutes at 350°F.

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