Kimmi's Gluten Free Flour Buttermilk Bread Recipe

"All sorrows are less with bread." -Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra

If you're like me, you LOVE bread. Honestly, I don't really love bread. What I LOVE is butter and since the two go together like peas and carrots, I LOVE bread by default. The sad news is that bread doesn't really love me. Until now! And only if I don't go gangbusters on the entire loaf. I can't really eat it on a daily basis but I sure do enjoy and slice or sammich now and again. Thank goodness this gluten free loaf freezes beautifully and it's a gift even your wheat chowing friends will love! 

Remember to follow our Tips to make this turn out fantastically delicious! 

Buttermilk Bread Recipe
4 cups Kimmi's Gluten Free Flour
1 teaspoon baking powder
1 teaspoon unrefined salt
3 tablespoons ground psyllium husk
3 tablespoons coconut or unrefined sugar
1 cup warm, filtered water
1 tablespoon yeast
1 cup milk, preferably raw
1/2 cup buttermilk, preferably raw
2 farm fresh eggs, beaten
2 tablespoons butter, melted

 #4. Wet patted dough.

#4. Wet patted dough.

 This is the dough after about a half hour of rise time. 

This is the dough after about a half hour of rise time. 

  1. Stir warm water, yeast & sugar together & set aside to proof. 
  2. Prepare 4x8 bread pan liberally with high quality olive oil.
  3. Mix remaining ingredients together & stir in yeast mixture. Dough should be more on the wet side. 
  4. Pour into prepared pan & pat down edges with WET fingers to aid in rising. Don't skimp on the wet here. 
  5. Cover with light tea towel & set aside to rise about 1/2 inch below the lip of the pan (about 1 hour). Yes, it takes awhile for the rice flours to absorb and start to work their magic. May need to add foil collar as well. 
  6. Preheat oven to 400 or 375 if using glass. Bake bread 30 minutes & then cover loosely with foil to prevent burning. Bake 25-30 minutes more. 
  7. Remove from oven & let rest for about 10 minutes. Release from pan & cool completely before slicing. Slicing warm bread may cause it to collapse. 
  8. Store tightly wrapped in a fridge up to two weeks. Toasts & freezes beautifully!