There is no substitute when it comes to freshly baked breads, especially large baguettes. Luckily, you don’t have to go without any longer! This recipe for gluten free baguettes is just what you have been searching for!
This recipe uses one bag of our All-Purpose Bread Mix and makes 2 nutrient dense baguettes!
To create the perfect gluten free baguettes you will need:
If desired, add an additional 2 tbsp of oil or melted butter for a more tender (and higher fat) loaf.
When preparing the dough for gluten free baguettes, add all the measured ingredients, except for the boiling water and mix well.
Add boiling water and mix well until the dough is smooth and even. The mix can be done by hand, in a stand mixer, or a food processor. When in doubt, mix longer it will not damage the dough.
Immediately shape by splitting the mixed dough into 2 equal parts. Line your standard loaf or baguette pans with parchment and shape the dough into “logs” the length of your pans.
At this point, the dough is ready to rest. Cover your nutrient dense baguettes and let rise for a min of 2 hrs and max of 4 hrs (4hrs, will bring dough to 0 sugars).
Bake in preheated oven at 335℉ (315℉ convection) for 1 hour and 40 minutes (shorter time may result in a disappointing wet collapsed loaf). It is very important that you DO NOT OPEN OVEN during the first 1.5 hours.
Note: Some bakers are experiencing hollow loaves when trying to make “large” loaves. We are currently recommending that loaves and baguettes use an even half batch rather than the previous 1lb 4oz size. (This is a work in progress. Please send any feedback!)
Once cooled you can use your freshly baked gluten free baguettes for a variety of meals. Some of our favorites are for giant shareable sandwiches and as slices with butter!
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