Basic White Bread
Perfect for sandwiches or toast, this bread is easy to make and tastes great! Nobody'll know it's gluten-free!
Average Rating:
2 / 5, 1 votes

Servings: 1 Slice
Prep Time: Minutes
Bake/Cook Time: 60-75 Minutes Minutes


542 grams (4 Cups)

Authentic Foods Steve’s GF Bread Flour Blend

7 grams (1 Packet)


568 grams (2.5 Cups)

Water, warm

36 grams (3 TBSP)

Vegetable Oil


  1. Combine Authentic Foods Steve's GF Flour Blend and yeast in mixer bowl.
  2. With mixer running with dough hook attachment gradually add liquids to dry mix. Scrape down bottom and sides and allow to mix on medium speed until smooth dough is formed.
  3. Shape the dough on a lightly floured surface (we recommend Superfine White Rice Flour) to fit a 9x5 bread pan.
  4. Place the dough in bread pan and allow it to proof for 60-75 minutes, until it’s doubled to tripled in size.
  5. Brush the top of the dough lightly with vegetable oil bake in pre-heated convection oven at 350F for approximately 80 minutes.


Reviewed on 5/26/2022 by Lori
I don't usually review things, but this may help others since there are no other reviews for this recipe. I followed this recipe exactly but it didn't turn out well. I let it rise over 90 minutes in a warm place but it only doubled in size (it never rose any higher after 60 minutes). I baked it for almost 2 hours, but the inside stayed gummy. I was checking it every 10 minutes or so after 75 minutes of baking but the moisture remained inside. I used an instant thermometer, and it never rose above about 207. The bread had a decent texture (crumb), but was VERY moist, like a wet sponge. We have to toast it to eat it, which is yummy, but would like a normal, dry bread. I believe the recipe is wrong; the Portugese bread recipe has ingredients similar to this (liquid/flour proportion) but has the oven temp at 400*. Next time, I'll try the 400* and add some sugar to help the rise and see if that helps.

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