“King Arthur Flour Glutenfree Bread Mix” Trial
Bread and butter. Toast. Sandwiches. Some of my old favorites just came back to life! I’m now enjoying them once again, only now they’re gluten-free.
King Arthur Flour, one of the ingredients of choice for baking from my pre-celiac days, has now proven their exceptional quality once again. This time they’ve come up with a gluten-free bread mix that actually tastes good.
When I found out that it was available, I was really excited. But, I was afraid I’d be disappointed…I had been disappointed so many times by commercially prepared gluten-free bread mixes before…
…You know how they can be — soggy, mushy, crumbly, falling apart and strangely flavored.
So, when I discovered that King Arthur Flour had developed a gluten-free bread mix, I just had to try it.
Back in my pre-celiac days, I frequently baked large batches of bread, cookies and cakes made with King Arthur Flour for my family and myself.
But, after starting my gluten-free diet, I focused on other providers and lost track of King Arthur and his products until recently when my sister mentioned their new gluten-free line.
It sounded almost too good to be true, but my first trial of their gluten-free bread mix was a definite success.
The most amazing proof was that my husband, Al, who generally hates gluten-free breads, ate a whole piece of it!
Above is a picture of the first bologna sandwich that I made with bread baked using the new King Arthur glutenfree bread mix…it tasted soooo good!
Following are a few pictures I took when I made my first batch of King Arthur’s glutenfree bread. Be sure to read the package for complete instructions.
“King Arthur Flour Gluten-free Bread Mix” Trial
I got out everything I was going to need… the King Arthur Glutenfree Bread Mix, eggs, water and butter.
I put the yeast and dry ingredients in a large bowl.
I beat the “stuffing” out of it and spooned it into the pan.
I let it rise till it was ready, then I baked it. And, here’s what I got:
The King Arthur Flour Glutenfree Bread Mix package says, “Produced in a dedicated gluten-free, allergen-free* manufacturing facility. *free of the 8 most common food allergens.”
Their website adds more about how they do it:
They state that their mixes “are Certified Gluten-Free™ by the non-profit Gluten-Free Certification Organization (GFCO), a program of the Gluten Intolerance Group (GIG®). GFCO products are tested to be less than 10ppm (parts per million) gluten. This is stricter than even the FDA requirement of less than 20ppm gluten.”