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Reviewed: Apr. 27, 2010
These were fun and easy to make with my kids. I followed other reviewers' suggestions and used a Kitchen Aid mixer and 1 tsp vanilla extract in place of the lemon zest. Before cooking, we divided it into 4 bowls and folded in a few drops of food coloring. I didn't want to mix it too much and the result was beautiful colored stripes when we piped them through ziplock bags! This was a fun and easy project, as well as being a good gluten-free treat for my 2 year old with Celiac Disease. Thanks!
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Gluten-Free White Bread for Bread Machines

Reviewed: Apr. 16, 2010
This is a forgiving recipe that makes tasty bread! I make it in a breadmaker (on the regular dough setting), scoop it into a greased loaf pan and smooth the top with a wet spatula, put it in a cold oven and let it rise as the oven heats up to 350. I bake it for 45 minutes and it's perfect! We like whole grain bread, so I substitute 1 cup of brown rice flour and add 1/3 - 1/2 cup milled flax seeds. I haven't needed to add any extra flour this way and sometimes add a little more liquid to give it the consistency of a really thick batter. In place of the buttermilk, I've used regular milk, soy milk, or water all with good results, and when out of honey I have used white sugar, brown sugar and/or maple syrup, all with good results as well. Today I used tapioca starch instead of potato with no problem. Hence the "forgiving" nature of the recipe! I've tried a number of other GF bread recipes that have essentially been a waste of ingredients, but this is a good one. My 2 year-old, 3 year-old and husband agree!
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