Light and Fluffy Gluten Free Bread Recipe

This gluten free bread recipe makes a light and fluffy loaf that is delicious!

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A reader recently let me know that she had tried my gluten free dinner roll recipe as bread and she loved it.  After she left the comment I realized that I had never shared the bread version with you. I can’t believe I have never shared the bread version because I make it all the time. The reader was not the only one that loves that recipe as bread. My family loves it that way too.

I recently made this bread and was able to get a few pictures before my family devoured the loaf. It really is that good. A loaf does not last long at our house.

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See how light and fluffy that is? It really is delicious. And not only that it is easy to make.

Light and Fluffy Gluten Free Bread-

This gluten free bread recipe is simply my gluten free roll recipe made into a loaf of bread. I love the basic dough I use for my gluten free rolls and I know some of you do as well. After posting my roll recipe I did a follow up post on gluten free brands and if they matter. For this recipe I used all Bob’s Red Mill brand products and it has turned out great every time.

If you are missing bread this gluten free bread is a must make. I have made this so many times over the last year. It is one of my favorite gluten free doughs to work with and works great for bread, rolls, monkey bread, and even pizza. It is a great gluten free dough.

Light and Fluffly Gluten Free Bread


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  1. What size loaf pan?

  2. Our new favorite!! Thanks.

  3. Can you use arrowroot starch in place of potato starch I can’t have it.

  4. I am trying your roll recipe today, but this is good to know that I can also use it for a bread recipe! I have been gluten free for a year now, and have yet to fall in love with any bread recipes. Yours looks amazing, and I can’t wait to have a yummy fluffy roll tonight! Yay!!

  5. Diana Myers says:

    Any idea on a flour I can sub for the brown rice? Coconut?

  6. I love your website. I am rather new to gluten free cooking. I have been cooking loaf bread . What size loaf pan do you use ? Do you ever have issues with bread being doughy. If so , do you have a remedy? Thank you

  7. I also am in search of good hamburger bun recipe. Thank you so much.

  8. Can this bread be made in a bread machine?

  9. I’m having trouble with my loaf contracting once I take it out of the oven. It isn’t deflating but the sides are literally being sucked in. any ideas? Other than that this is my fav bread recipe!

  10. Oh my goodness! My girlfriend and I are super excited to try this out. We have plans for a loaf of bread and a couple batches of pizza dough. With that, we have a question. When making the pizza dough, do we also need to let that rise or can we go from mixing to making pizza?
    Thank you for taking the time to not only post your recipes but also reading our message! Thank you.

    • For pizza I let the dough rise in the bowl after making it for about 1 hr. Than I press it out for pizza. I bake the crust for 6-7 minutes, top it with toppings, than bake 6-8 more minutes. So yes, I let it rise, but before I press it out into pizza. I hope you enjoy it!

      • Thank you, Lynn.

        We made the batches that I mentioned earlier. They turned out amazing!
        They sure are sticky! We weren’t sure we had done it right because of that but in the end it was awesome.

        Our only mistake was using a whole batch of dough for each pizza! hahah Whoops.

  11. This is the best gluten-free bread I have tried making! Do you have a gluten-free cinnamon raisin bread recipe? I tried one that came with my bread machine and it was virtually flavorless.

    • No I don’t, but adapting this would be a great idea! I may try to adapt this one and see how it works. I am thinking you could easily add in cinnamon and raisins to this and have it work fine. I am glad you enjoyed the recipe.

  12. Lynne, could I substitute a gluten free flour blend that has Xanthum In it for the last 5 ingredients and then follow the remainder of the recipe?

    • I have not tried it, so I am not 100%. The problem will be the xantham gum. This recipe has quite a bit more than most blends would. I would say you could try it, but you would need to add in some extra xantham gum as well.

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