Recipe: gluten free sun dried tomato loaf in bread maker

Consider today a precursor to my long promised Morphy Richards’ bread maker review to be published tomorrow.

I’ve missed many of my favourite blog events lately. To my joy, this month’s Fresh From the Oven hosted by Michelle at Utterly Scrummy Food for Families was for a favourite savoury bread and I already had the required loaf sitting in front of me!

For some reason, gluten free bread is invisible to my husband and Ted. Happily meaning I get to eat all of it by myself.

It keeps for up to a week in the fridge and tastes fantastic refreshed in the toaster then slathered with butter.

Here follows, therefore, a bread maker recipe. I’ve no idea how this would work without said bread maker or in other models so you’ll have to experiment and let me know!

Sun-dried tomato antipasti is required although I soaked 50g dried ones in olive oil for 6 hours which worked fine.

Gluten free sun-dried tomato loaf

Makes 1.5lb loaf

3 eggs
284ml buttermilk (standard carton size in UK)
5 tbsp milk
2 tsp lemon juice
1.5 tbsp honey
50g antipasti sun-dried tomatoes
1 tbsp oil from the antipasti
1 tsp salt
3 and 1/4 cups gluten free flour blend (I used Dove’s Farm)
1 tbsp yeast

This method is based on the Morphy Richards’ premium bread maker, quantities of ingredients and order of mixing may vary for other manufacturers.

Add all the ingredients to the baking tin in the order shown. Select gluten free programme, select size of loaf, select “toastedness” level for crust, select advance cooking time if desired, select “start” and wait however long – 2hrs 35 mins in this case. Bingo!


    • Sarah, Maison Cupcake says

      Yep, those are Jamie knives… which are familiar friends in various posts now!

  1. Katescakesandbakes says

    That does indeed look yummy- and talking of Jamie Oliver and his stuff, we’ve just been to the ‘Foodies Festival’ where Jamie @ Home had a stall and I coveted every single item on sale. I had to dragged away kicking and screaming otherwise I’d have been several hundred pounds poorer…. I consoled myself by spending a small fortune at a nearby chocolate stand instead! It worked!

  2. says

    Your bread looks delicious and I am a fan of sun dried tomatoes:) Love the sound of it heated in the toaster and slathered with butter – YUM!

  3. says

    Gluten free breads really have to be toasted but they do benefit from the addition of moist flavours eg pesto,sun dried tomatoes or even dates.Though you wouldn’t really eat it unless you had to.Unfortunately I do:(

    • Sarah, Maison Cupcake says

      Yes possibly I offset the health benefits by overdoing the butter and mayonnaise with this type of bread….