Simply No Knead’s FREELAC-Gluten Wheat Yeast & Lactose Free Bread Mix is a versatile mix than can be used for a variety of gluten free treats.

  • 700gm & 500gm Loaf and Grain Loaf, Fruit Loaf, Pizza & Rolls
  • Batter
  • French Stick
  • Jam Doughnuts
  • Pan Fried Romano Pepper Bread
  • Pineapple Fruit Cake
  • Roulade
  • Savoury Pin Wheels
  • Shortbread
  • Vanilla Slice
  • Pancakes, Pikelets & Crepes and Cannelloni & Lasagne
  • Focaccia
  • Hot Cross Buns
  • Light Vanilla Sponge
  • Party Pies
  • Rough Puff Pastry
  • Savoury Onion Tart
  • Short Crust Pastry
  • Sausage Rolls
  • Bread Machine

For making Gluten Free Bread in a bread machine we use and recommend our FREELAC – Gluten Yeast Wheat & Lactose Free Bread Mix.

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Made fresh you will enjoy the best gluten free bread available to you. If you are not coeliac but have a wheat or fructose intolerance we can assist you with alternatives such as Spelt Flour or Kamut flour. Contact us for more information or visit our website.

FREELAC
Gluten Wheat Yeast & Lactose Free Loaf Mix

PRODUCT INFORMATION

INGREDIENTS:

Maize starch, dextrose, baking powder, soya flour (6%)
Thickener(1422 Maize) Salt
Vegetable Gums (410-Locust Bean, 415-Xanthan, 466-Sodium Carboxymethycellulose)

NUTRITION INFORMATION Per 100 Grams
Energy 1470kj
Fat 0.5g
Protein 3.5g
Carbohydrate – total 82.0g
Sugars 17.1g
Total Dietary Fibre 4.7g
Sodium 1080mg
Potassium 140mg
Gluten None detected

 

FREELAC

GLUTEN FREE BREAD IN A BREAD MACHINE

RECIPE 1

INGREDIENTS:

500GRAMS Simply No Knead FREELAC
2 Teaspoons Simply No Knead Yeast (if tolerated)
3 TABLESPOONS Kaipseed Mix(optional)
420ml Warm water.

METHOD

  1. Place the FREELAC, Kaipseed(gluten free grains) and yeast into the bread machine and stir thoroughly, then add the warm water.
  2. Set the machine onto the “RAPID BAKE” cycle and press start.
  3. After the machine has begun mixing, use a Baker’s Buddie or plastic scraper to scrape down the excess mix on the sides of the tin. This will ensure a thorough mixing.

The loaf will feel very heavy when removed from the pan but if sliced thinly will make a fine textured bread which keeps moist. For those of you who can tolerate yeast, this addition will give you a taller loaf of bread. If you wish to freeze the bread or to add moisture back into the bread, place a slice into the microwave for approximately 10 seconds.

RECIPE 2

Ingredients:

700gm Simply No Knead Freelac
2 ½ Teaspoons Simply No Knead Yeast(if tolerated)
580ml Warm water
1 Tablespoon Cold Pressed Oil