Delicious & Nutritious: Allergen-Free Bread Recipe

Are you tired of the same bland gluten-free bread that you can find at the grocery store? Do you have dietary restrictions that make it hard to enjoy a regular slice of bread? Well, I have good news for you: this allergen-free and gluten-free bread recipe is going to be a game-changer for your taste buds.

Using a combination of potato starch, sorghum flour, xanthan gum, and other wholesome ingredients, we’ve created a delicious and easy-to-make bread that is free from all top 8 allergens. That’s right – this bread is gluten-free, dairy-free, egg-free, nut-free – and it’s even vegan!

Not only is this recipe great for those with a wide range of dietary needs, but it’s also perfect for anyone who just wants to make their own homemade bread. Using simple ingredients like honey, olive oil, and rice vinegar, this recipe produces a soft and fluffy loaf with a slight sweetness that pairs perfectly with any sandwich filling.

So what are you waiting for? Grab your mixing bowl and get ready to bake the best gluten-free and allergen-free bread you’ve ever tasted!

Why You’ll Love This Recipe

Allergen Free/Gluten Free Bread
Allergen Free/Gluten Free Bread

If you’re looking for a gluten-free and allergen-free bread recipe that doesn’t compromise on taste or texture, this is the recipe for you. Here are a few reasons why you’ll fall in love with this recipe:

Firstly, this bread recipe is free of gluten, dairy, eggs, and other common allergens. That means you can indulge in a delicious slice of bread, without having to worry about any potential allergic reactions.

Secondly, the recipe is incredibly easy to make. You don’t need any fancy gadgets or equipment – just a bowl and a wooden spoon will do. Plus, all the ingredients can be easily found at your local grocery store.

Thirdly, this bread recipe yields an incredibly soft and fluffy loaf. Unlike other gluten-free bread recipes that can be dense and dry, this recipe produces a bread that is moist and tender.

Lastly, this bread is versatile and can be used in a variety of ways. Whether you want to turn it into a sandwich bread, serve it alongside soup, or toast it with some avocado spread and eggs on top for breakfast, the possibilities are endless.

In summary, this gluten-free and allergen-free bread recipe offers all the flavor and texture of regular bread without the unwanted ingredients that can cause allergic reactions. It’s also incredibly easy to make and yields a deliciously soft and fluffy loaf that’s perfect for any occasion. What’s not to love?

Ingredient List

 Perfect for gluten-free and dairy-free diets
Perfect for gluten-free and dairy-free diets

Here are the ingredients for the best gluten-free bread recipe:

Dry Ingredients:

  • 2 cups {Gluten-Free Flour}
  • 1/2 cup {Sorghum Flour}
  • 3/4 cup White Rice Flour
  • 1/4 cup Tapioca Starch
  • 1/4 cup Potato Starch
  • 2 tsp Xanthan Gum
  • 1 tbsp Baking Powder
  • 1 tsp Salt
  • 4 tsp Brown Sugar

Wet Ingredients:

  • 1 Egg Beaters Egg Substitute (or preferred egg replacement)
  • 1 cup Warm Water (around 110ºF)
  • 1 tsp Rice Vinegar
  • 1/4 cup Olive Oil
  • 2 tbsp Honey

Yeast Mixture:

  • 1 tbsp Yeast
  • 1/4 cup Warm Water (around 110ºF)
  • 2 tsp Brown Sugar

Note: If you’re looking for an egg-free, dairy-free and vegan bread, I recommend you replace the Egg Beaters egg substitute with one mashed banana. It will also add a subtle sweetness to the bread.

The Recipe How-To

 Who says bread can't be allergen-free and delicious?
Who says bread can’t be allergen-free and delicious?

Now let’s dive into the recipe instructions for this deliciously allergen-free and gluten-free bread!

Preparation Time: 25 mins || Cook Time: 50 mins || Total Time: 1 hour 15 mins

Step 1: Activate Yeast

In a small bowl, dissolve 5 teaspoons of yeast and 1 teaspoon of honey in 1 cup warm water, ensuring the water is not too hot to avoid killing the yeast. Set aside for about 10 minutes to activate the yeast. The mixture should start to look foamy on top.

Step 2: Mix Wet Ingredients

In a large mixing bowl, combine 3 cups of gluten-free flour, 1 cup potato starch, 1 cup millet flour, 2 teaspoons baking powder, 2 teaspoons xanthan gum, and 1 teaspoon salt. Mix well.

In another mixing bowl, whisk together Egg Beaters egg substitute equivalent to two eggs, ¾ cup olive oil, and ½ cup warm water.

Step 3: Combine Wet and Dry Mixtures

Pour the wet mixture into the dry mixture, add the activated yeast mixture, 1 tablespoon of rice vinegar, and mix until everything is well combined. The dough should be soft to the touch, but not sticky or wet.

Step 4: Let it Rise

Place the dough into a greased loaf pan or baking dish. Cover with a towel and leave in a warm spot to rise for about an hour. The dough will double in size during this period.

Step 5: Bake in Preheated Oven

Preheat your oven to 375°F. Once the dough has risen fully, put it in the oven and bake for about 50-55 minutes or until done. You can check if it’s done by using a toothpick – stick it into the thickest part of the bread and if it comes out clean, your bread is done!

Step 6: Cool and Serve

Take the loaf pan out of the oven and let it cool on a wire rack for about 10-15 minutes. Once cooled, take the bread out of the loaf pan and let it cool down completely before slicing.

Congratulations! You now have a deliciously allergen-free and gluten-free homemade bread that you can enjoy with any meal or as a snack anytime!

Substitutions and Variations

 Say goodbye to bread cravings with this allergen-free option
Say goodbye to bread cravings with this allergen-free option

As a nutritionist and food blogger, I know that ingredient substitutions can be a lifesaver, especially when it comes to allergen-free and gluten-free cooking. Luckily, this recipe allows for several variations and substitutions to cater to your specific dietary needs and preferences.

For those who follow a vegan diet or cannot consume eggs, try substituting the Egg Beaters egg substitute with a flax or chia seed egg. To make one flax or chia seed egg, mix 1 tablespoon of either chia or flax seed meal with 3 tablespoons of water.

If you do not have sorghum flour on hand, you can easily substitute it for buckwheat flour or amaranth flour. Both provide great flavor and texture to your gluten-free bread. For those who cannot find xanthan gum, try using guar gum.

To add some extra nutritional value and flavor to your bread, consider adding 1/2 cup of grated carrots, zucchini, or sweet potato. Alternatively, for a sweeter twist on your free bread, add 1 mashed ripe banana to the mix.

If you’re looking for an artisan-style bread loaf with a crispy crust similar to a French baguette, replace the potato starch with tapioca starch and use brown rice flour instead of sorghum flour. This will give the bread a more chewy texture like sourdough bread.

No matter what substitutions you choose to make, remember to keep the ratio of dry and wet ingredients relatively consistent to ensure the best possible outcome of your recipe.

With these substitution options in mind, you can now make this free bread recipe your own and create a truly personalized experience that suits your unique dietary restrictions and taste preferences.

Serving and Pairing

 A bread loaf that's gluten-free, dairy-free, and worry-free
A bread loaf that’s gluten-free, dairy-free, and worry-free

This delicious allergen-free, gluten-free bread recipe is versatile enough to be enjoyed with a variety of dishes or simply by itself. The texture of this bread is soft and light, making it perfect for using as a base for sandwiches, or as toast with your morning coffee.

For breakfast, top your gluten-free bread with a smooth avocado spread or your favorite nut butter and fruit preserve. For lunch or dinner, try pairing it with soup or salad, such as a classic tomato soup, topped with croutons made from this delicious bread.

When craving comfort food or a hearty meal, use this bread to make savory French toast, a cheesy grilled cheese sandwich, or even pizza crust. The options are endless and will surely satisfy all your taste buds.

Plus, this bread pairs perfectly with both red and white wine types or even an ice-cold beer on a sunny day. So whether you use it as the centerpiece of your meal or as an accompaniment to your favorite snacks, this gluten-free bread recipe promises to be a crowd-pleaser for any occasion.

Make-Ahead, Storing and Reheating

 Satisfy your bread needs with this allergen-free recipe
Satisfy your bread needs with this allergen-free recipe

Now that you’ve mastered the recipe, let’s talk about how to make your bread last as long as possible. The great news is that this bread can last well for several days, and you can even prepare it ahead of time so that you don’t have to rush making it during mealtime.

To store your gluten-free and allergen-free bread, wrap it tightly in plastic wrap or aluminum foil and keep it at room temperature. This method should keep your bread fresh for up to 5-6 days.

If you need to store the gluten-free bread for a longer period, I’d recommend placing it in an airtight container instead of just wrapping it up. This will help prevent air from getting in, which can dry out the bread.

When you’re ready to eat your gluten-free bread again, you have some options for reheating it. I highly recommend reheating the bread in a toaster oven or toaster piled, which will help to maintain its crispy crust. If you don’t have a toaster oven or toaster piled, place the bread slice on a baking sheet and bake in the oven at 350°F for about 10 minutes or until warmed through.

Remember that because this is allergen-free bread and there are no preservatives added, stale slices could occur much faster than typical loaves with preservatives. Keep them away from humid spaces – including fridges – so they’ll stay fresh longer!

So don’t hesitate, give this delicious recipe a try and enjoy a freshly baked slice every time!

Tips for Perfect Results

 Bread that won't complicate your dietary needs
Bread that won’t complicate your dietary needs

Getting the perfect texture for gluten-free and allergen-free bread can be challenging. That’s why I’m here to provide you with a few tips that will make your gluten-free bread recipe easier and more successful.

– Measure the ingredients carefully: The key to any good recipe, especially gluten-free, is measuring out the ingredients properly. Use a kitchen scale if possible, or use the spoon and sweep method to measure flour.

– Activate the yeast: Make sure your yeast is fresh and activated, otherwise your bread won’t rise. To do this, dissolve yeast in warm water with a pinch of sugar or honey and let it sit for 5-10 minutes until it becomes frothy.

– Add xanthan gum: Xanthan gum is used to replace gluten by binding the ingredients together in gluten-free baking. Generally, you need about 1/2 teaspoon of xanthan gum per cup of gluten-free flour.

– Use a stand mixer with a paddle attachment: A stand mixer makes mixing bread dough much easier and faster than by hand. The paddle attachment works best compared to other attachments since it properly incorporates all ingredients evenly in the dough.

– Let it rise: Give your bread time to rise, usually about 45 minutes to an hour. Cover the container with plastic wrap and place in a warm, draft-free area. This helps activate the yeast so that your dough will rise nicely.

– Bake at the correct temperature: Preheat your oven before baking and ensure it’s at the correct temperature recommended in your recipe for perfect results.

Remember that gluten-free and allergen-free bread behaves differently from traditional wheat-based bread. So don’t expect to see similar results as well as texture. Be patient and give yourself time to master this recipe – Practice makes perfect!

With these tips you should have no problem making delicious gluten-free allergen-free bread that everyone can enjoy. What’s even better is it can be paired with an endless variety of foods or eaten on its own. Enjoy your masterpiece!


Now, let’s go over some frequently asked questions about this allergen-free and gluten-free bread recipe. These are common concerns that people have when making bread from scratch, especially free from gluten and other allergens. I hope that answering these questions can dispel any doubts or hesitations you may have and make your bread-making experience more enjoyable and fruitful.

What is the best gluten free flour substitute for bread flour?

Looking for an alternative for traditional bread flour to make a gluten-free version of your favorite bread recipe? Bob’s Red Mill Gluten Free All Purpose Baking Flour can be an excellent choice. It is highly versatile and designed to replace wheat flour in a range of baking recipes.

What replaces gluten in gluten-free bread?

Gluten-free alternatives to wheat flour have become widely available in the market. Rice and maize flours, when mixed with different types of starch such as potato, corn, or cassava, are the most commonly used substitutes for producing gluten-free bread. These ingredients are chosen for their affordability and abundance.

Is it cheaper to make your own gluten-free bread?

Creating homemade gluten-free bread can save you a substantial amount of money, with a reduction in expenses ranging from 35% to 50% compared to purchasing pre-made loaves from a store.

What is the best gluten free flour to use with yeast?

When it comes to making gluten-free bread that rises well, buckwheat flour is the way to go. This type of flour is free from gluten and has enough starch to produce soft, fluffy baked goods. Buckwheat flour is also a great source of protein, which helps in the rising process.

Bottom Line

In conclusion, this gluten-free and allergen-free bread recipe is a great addition to your baking repertoire. It is easy to make and uses simple ingredients available in most stores. Whether you have a gluten allergy, dairy intolerance or are vegan, this recipe caters to you. Moreover, it is high in protein, delicious and healthy, making it the perfect alternative to white bread.

With its soft texture, incredible flavor, and its adaptability to various recipes (sandwiches or toast), this bread recipe promises to delight your taste buds without triggering any allergies or intolerances.

Don’t let allergies or dietary restrictions stop you from enjoying the simple pleasures of life; instead, try out this easy gluten-free and allergen-free bread recipe today – your taste buds will thank you for it!

Allergen Free/Gluten Free Bread

Allergen Free/Gluten Free Bread Recipe

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Prep Time 50 mins
Cook Time 30 mins
Course Side Dish
Cuisine Fusion
Servings 1 loaf
Calories 1210.1 kcal


  • 1 cup sorghum flour
  • 1 cup potato starch
  • 1/2 cup millet flour
  • 2 teaspoons xanthan gum
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • 1 tablespoon yeast
  • 1 1/4 cups warm water
  • 3 tablespoons olive oil
  • 1 tablespoon honey
  • 1 tablespoon Egg Beaters egg substitute, whisked with 4t warm water (or 2 eggs beaten)
  • 1/2 teaspoon mild rice vinegar


  • 1.Mix 1t honey and warm water. Water should feel warm-to-hot to the touch but not burning.
  • 2. Add yeast and mix well. Let the mixture sit until it gets bubbly/frothy.
  • 3. Mix all dry ingredients together.
  • 4. When yeast liquid is frothy, add to dry ingredients.
  • 5. Add olive oil, 2t honey, cider vinegar and mixed egg replacer (or eggs) and beat until a smooth batter forms. Dough should be along the consistency of cookie dough, not like wheat bread dough.
  • 6. Scrape into a lightly oiled loaf pan and smooth with wet fingers or spatula.
  • 7. Loosely cover pan.
  • 8. Preheat over to 350 and put loaf pan on top of stove other other warm place to rise.
  • 9. Let rise 20 minutes for rapid rise yeast and 30ish minutes for regular yeast.
  • 10. Bake 35-45 minutes.
  • 11. Cool on wire rack.

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Serving: 716gCalories: 1210.1kcalCarbohydrates: 195.1gProtein: 20.6gFat: 42.9gSaturated Fat: 6gSodium: 2419.5mgFiber: 17gSugar: 23.1g
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