If you're like me, finding a decent tasting loaf of gluten-free bread is about as easy as finding that good ol' needle in the haystack. After trying out SEVERAL gluten-free bread products, I eventually threw in the towel and began substituting gluten-free bagels for bread whenever I could.
After all, most gluten-free bread that you can buy in stores is frozen. By the time you finish the long process of defrosting, microwaving and toasting the bread, you finally go in to take a bite and...
POOF! It just disappears and crumbles in your hands!
You want to find a gluten-free loaf of bread that stays together AND tastes good, don't you?
I decided to try again to find a decent loaf of gluten-free bread and here's what I've discovered...
There are two types of gluten-free bread that not only taste pretty good, but also don't crumble in your hands and disappear before your very eyes. You should look for gluten-free breads made from either millet or quinoa.
Both millet and quinoa grains (quinoa isn't technically a grain, but it's close enough!) are highly nutricious, gluten-free and are non-acid forming, which makes them both soothing and easy to digest.
Typically, millet and quinoa are mixed with rice or tapioca flour in order to produce a heartier loaf that not only tastes great, but doesn't fall apart! At last, your search for a tasty loaf of gluten-free bread is over!
So from now on, check the ingredients to make sure that the gluten-free breads that you are purchasing have either millet or quinoa...you'll be surprised at the difference in taste and consistency!
Or, if you are feeling creative and adventurous and would like to bake your own loaf of gluten-free bread, I've posted a great recipe for you on my website. Click Here to take a look!