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Gluten-Free Bread and Pizza Mix - 6 Pack

  • Gluten-Free Bread and Pizza Mix - 6 Pack
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Stock up and save with our value set of 6 mixes! More mixes in your pantry means homemade baked goods are always within easy reach.

Years in the making, our gluten-free bread looks and slices like a wheat flour loaf, without any grittiness or aftertaste.

King Arthur Flour is honored and excited to have been selected as the Best Gluten-Free Bread Mix in the About.com Gluten-Free Readers' Choice Awards!

What you get
  • We're glad to be able to offer what one reader called "real bread" to folks following a gluten-free diet.
  • The best gluten-free bread and pizza crust you'll ever bake, in 6 easy to use mixes. Each 18-ounce mix makes a standard 8½" x 4½" sandwich loaf, or 2 12-16-slice pizzas.
  • Just beat in butter or oil, 3 eggs, and milk; yeast packet is included. Spoon into pan, let rise, bake, and enjoy.
Dietary information

Certified Gluten-Free™ by the non-profit Gluten-Free Certification Organization (GFCO), a program of the Gluten Intolerance Group (GIG®).

Kosher.

Test kitchen tips
  • For best texture and volume, we strongly suggest you use an electric hand mixer or electric stand mixer to make this mix. Please read our mixing tips located on the back of the box.
  • To make this bread in your Zojirushi bread machine, read these tips.
  • To make pizza crust using this mix, follow the directions on the nutritional information panel available through the link below right.

Twists on the Mix

Think outside the box! Our bakers have come up with creative, inspiring ways to use this mix as a base for other delicious baked goods: Try:

More information

Create gluten-free pizza crust using this mix by following the directions on the box.

Egg Replacement Tips: We recommend using the flax egg replacer . We tried a commercial egg replacer, but found the flax gel worked the best, plus you get the added benefit of flax. The commercial egg replacer in our starch-based recipe was slightly more dense. Use finely ground golden flax if you want a mild flavor, brown for a more "whole grain" taste.