Against the Grain-Style Gluten Free Bread Recipes

Against the Grain-Style Gluten Free Bread Recipes

As you might imagine, these days I’m all about gluten free bread! It’s killing me that I can’t share with you any of the recipes, the know-how or the new methods that I’ve developed for Bakes Bread just yet! In the meantime, I shall content myself with recipes like these Against the Grain-style gluten free breads. Prepare yourself, though, since I’m fairly certain that I have only scratched the surface of what this combination of ingredients can do! In the meantime, make your weekend easy and enjoyable with some of the recipes below. Gluten free bread for all! Welcome to the early days of the revolution…

[If you’ve been reading this blog for a while, you know the drill with the clickable collage, but just in case—hover over each photo for the recipe title, then click the picture to open a new window with that post and the entire recipe]Against the Grain-Style Gluten Free Bread Recipes[pinit]

Here’s a 10¢ tour of these 4 fabulous gluten free bread recipes in the Against the Grain style (remember—all the links are above):

Soft Gluten Free Tapioca Wraps: These are the answer. The question is: what can I make that’s quick, easy and delicious to send in that gluten free lunchbox?

Gluten Free Pizza Shell: This magic dough comes together easily, rolls out easily, can be made ahead, then rolled out quickly when you get home from work and popped in a hot oven. Oh, and you can even freeze the dough, then defrost it in the refrigerator while you’re at work. Dinner is served!

Gluten Free Vermont Country Roll: For my dairy-free friends! You can enjoy the great taste of Against the Grain-style Brazilian cheese bread-like gluten free bread … without the cheese.

Gluten Free Original Roll: The roll that started it all. My family begs me to make these rolls to use as hamburger buns. You don’t even need to add a slice of cheese to make it an instant cheeseburger!



P.S. If you haven’t yet, come join the gluten free bread revolution by pre-ordering your copy of Gluten-Free on a Shoestring Bakes Bread! There are tons of reasons to pre-order, so don’t delay!

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  • Kim
    September 13, 2013 at 10:19 PM

    SQUEEEEEEEL!!!! Thank you! Against the Grain was one of my favorites when I lived in NH. Since moving to northern Indiana 2 years ago, I’ve not had them, save for begging my old store to a ‘mail order’ for the holidays. I can’t WAIT to try these out…I’m sure they will be wonderful, as all your recipes are. (At least the one’s I’ve tried.) I’ll be baking this weekend…wraps…oh, I’m a very happy girl!

  • Anneke
    September 13, 2013 at 9:44 PM

    Made the wraps for dinner tonight — delicious! Filled them with chicken, spinach, tomato and bacon. Kids gave them a thumbs up. I rolled the dice and used up the last of my Bob’s Red Mill tapioca, seemed to work okay, but I will go for the good stuff from now on. In less positive news, I blew out the motor of my 20 year old food processor during the spin after adding the cheese. I am going to be a sorry girl for awhile, waiting to replace that useful but annoying tool! I think I will miss it more than not having a washing machine, which is the appliance I am currently living without (new one comes Monday). At least the stand mixer is brand new, so I can still make bread!

    • Lynne R
      September 16, 2013 at 8:34 AM

      I blew out my food processor on this too :(

      • September 16, 2013 at 8:43 AM

        Most likely, Lynne, it just got overheated. Since you bring the milk to a simmer before mixing it with the flour, the dough is pretty hot. I have had my food processor slow to a crawl with these recipes but once I’ve let it sit until cool, it has worked again just fine.

  • Jennifer Sasse
    September 13, 2013 at 10:19 AM

    These recipes are awesome.
    And for those of you who have not bought any of the cookbooks yet – GO DO IT. Yesterday I made the “Devil’s Food Cake”, the white fluffy filling for the “Chocolate Sandwich cookies” to fill the middle of my cake, and then used the “Chocolate Ganache” recipe to top it all off (all from book one: Gluten-Free on a Shoestring by Nicole Hunn) OH MY HEAVENS!! It is the best cake combo, gluten free or not that I’ve ever had. You must buy these cookbooks if you want to be successful at a GF lifestyle – they have saved our lives!

    • September 13, 2013 at 6:59 PM

      Jennifer, you make me blush! I can’t thank you enough for your contribution to this site. You really help this feel like an actual community (something, despite all the rhetoric, I never really felt surrounding gluten free). Mwah!
      xoxo Nicole

      • Jennifer Sasse
        September 15, 2013 at 10:38 PM

        You are so welcome! thank you for your kind words!

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