Gluten free bread mix
– Hot buttered toast and jam used to be one of my favorite breakfasts, but my current dietary requirements have put paid to them! I’ve searched far and wide for good gluten free bread and my current favorite is Sukrin bread mix with sunflower and pumpkin seeds. It’s nutty and dense, contains only one gram of carbohydrates per slice, and makes great toast. And best of all, it comes as a mix for you to make at home. It’s like magic! The wonderful smell of baking bread, without the measuring, mixing, kneading, and rising. Just mix with water, pour into the perfectly-sized (provided) loaf pan, and bake for 70 minutes. You can also use the same mix to make bread rolls, or tortilla-sized wraps. The bread is also available in the UK on the Sukrin site where you can find more recipes and uses
I buy the mixes in packs of five online from SukrinUSA.com but they also sell the packages individually. When I make the loaf, I cut it into slices, and separate each slice with a piece of parchment or greaseproof paper. Then I seal the loaf in a plastic bag, and pop it into the freezer; when I’m ready for a treat, I can easily pull out a single slice. Completely yummy. What could be easier or better?