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Fresh Gluten Free Artisan Bread – Baked At Home!

February 2nd, 2013 at Sat, 2nd, 2013 at 8:05 pm by Lisa - Gluten Free Foodie
You know that amazing aroma when you walk into a bakery? 
That intoxicating wafting aroma of fresh baked artisan bread breezes across your face...

Well! my Gluten Free Foodies friends, you too can have this in your home!
Fresh baked Gluten Free Artisan bread that will keep your family hovering around the kitchen and neighbors coming over to find out when the get a slice! 

Trust me you will not believe your eyes or your tastebuds with - 
Luce's Gluten Free Artisan Bread Mix that you bake at home.
It is so delicious even non GF people will love it!  

It is so easy all you need is warm water, a few minutes to mix and spread on the parchment paper and slide into the bag.  Everything but the water is included you don't need to add a thing!
No kneading or rising!

I made this bread so that it had a low rise like panini bread so that I could make  Gluten Free panini sandwiches.  It turned out perfect.  The only problem is that we ate half the loaf because I also made some homemade marinara sauce.  We started dipping it in and we were elevated to utter bread bliss! 

You can quote me on this ... "Charles Luce is a Genius!"

Charles Luce and his super easy - Luce's Gluten Free Artisan Bread Mixes are available in Sourdough and Italian.  During the holidays he also offers a Holiday Spice.  I know that he is only offering Holiday Spice while supplies last.  Everyone of his mixes that I have made and devoured have been such a joy to make and eat.  I highly suggest making 2 loaves at a time and ordering your mixes by the dozen.  This is so easy to make you will make it all the time! 

The bread is also perfect to dip into some Extra Virgin Olive Oil, served with soups, salads.
You can actually make rolls out of the mixes as well! 
I have used the GF Holiday Spice Mix to make 
Apple Rum Charlotte - GF,
French Toast and Bread Pudding.

Luce's Gluten Free Artisan Bread Mixes are - 
Gluten Free
Egg Free
Dairy Free
Nut Free
Soy Free

All of the breads come out fresh and warm from the oven with a 
crusty crust, chewy air holes and flavorful!


Read about Charles on his site and be sure to sign up for his newsletter so that you can find out about new products and news. 

No matter how you slice it, spread it or dip it you too can be in 
Gluten Free Bread Bliss when you bake some fresh

Please tell Charles that you heard about is amazing GF Artisan bread from 
Gluten Free Foodies! 

I gotta' go the oven timer is about to go off! 
Yay! It's bread bliss time! 




Salud!
Lisa 

Learning to live Gluten Free is a challenge. Gathering with like minded people while exchanging ideas, life experiences and gluten free food is more interesting! So I created, Gluten Free Foodies, to support people with Celiac Disease, Gluten Intolerant and other Food Sensitive people by gathering at events and celebrating the foods that we can eat! Do you have a Gluten Free question you want the answer to? Feel free to send me an email at glutenfreefoodies@gmail.com Original blog - GlutenFreeFoodies.co After all, didn't Erma Bombeck once say ... "I am not a glutton, I am an explorer of food."

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