We would probably all bake our own bread if it was quick, easy & delicious. Well here is one of my favourite gluten free & yeast free bread mixes that doesn’t need a bread maker! The Sukrin Sunflower & Pumpkin Seed Bread Mix!
I tried this bread mix from Sukrin for the first time back in 2013. Whilst I was interning in London, somebody I worked with recommended I try it as it. I then tried it at The Allergy & Free From Show 2013 and loved it. I’ve baked it a few times since; it really is a delicious change from my regular gluten free white bread.
Not only is it gluten free, it is also egg free, sugar free, yeast free & soya free. I know that many folk have issues with yeast in bread mixes so this is a delicious solution. It is also a really high fibre bread with each slice on average containing 6.4g of fibre. Oh & for those of you who care about carbs.. there is only 1 carb per slice!
I enjoy the taste of a bread that is full of seeds, it just seems to have that little added extra. It makes the bread incredibly enjoyable just on its own with a little butter.
Another great thing about this bread mix is that it is ridiculously simple to use. No bread maker required… this was perfect for me, because I am not currently in my own kitchen with my Zero Gluten Baker. All I needed to make this bread in addition to the bread mix was an oven & 250ml of water… they even provide the tin that you cook the bread in! It’s as simple as shouting GLUTEN FREE! Place the bread mix into a bowl, mix in the water. Pour into the tin provided, and cook for 1 hour 20 minutes until the crust is golden.
The bread is by no means a full size loaf that you would use for a full sized sandwich. You could, but personally for me it is my absolute favourite to have alongside some boiled eggs as soldiers or with some soup. I really doubt you will find anything nicer. Oh & it is also amazing with some lovely cheddar on top of it, you’ve got to try it!
I actually bought this Sukrin Bread Mix a little while ago now when it was sold in my local Tesco. I don’t think it is anymore BUT there are plenty of places that do stock Sukrin. Click here to find out where your closest stockist is.. just type in your post code. Or you can buy directly from the Sukrin website.
Please let me know if you have tried this gluten free bread mix from Sukrin before. What did you think of it? What is your favourite free from bread to have with boiled eggs & soup? Let me know by leaving a comment below, or on Facebook/Twitter.
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