1. Kim says:

    I want to make sure I am following this recipe correctly. My son is egg free and I have just bought Anna’s yeast free bread mix. Your recipe calls for grape seed oil water and baking powder, but in the instructions you talk about a can of carbonated water. Can you please clarify? I don’t know what you mean when you mention a can of carbonated water. I’ve only seen sparkling water or club soda in bottles.

    Thanks for the clarification.

    • admin says:

      Hi Kim,

      Yes you need carbonated water which is also known as sparkling water, not club soda. The carbonation from the water will help to make the bread rise when combined with baking soda. Feel free to use any high heat oil you prefer. Coconut oil, safflower oil, sunflower oils are all high heat oils versus olive oil which is a lower heat oil. Meaning it should not be heated above 300 degrees, where the other oils range from 450 degrees and higher. I hope this helps answer your question. Keep me posted and good luck!

  2. Peggy says:

    How much liquid are you using? My bottle of Perrier Sparkling Water is 11.15 fl oz. Is that enough liquid? Is the 1/2 cup water just plain water, or part of the can of sparkling water? Can we use regular baking powder if we are not corn intolerant? I’m really hoping this recipe works! I’ve tried using the flax seed…just too gummy.

    • admin says:

      Hi Peggy,

      I am using the same amount of liquid that is recommended on the package. It will total one can of sparkling water and yours should be enough. The 1/2 cup of water is sparkling water. And yes, you can use regular baking powder since you are not corn intolerant. I played w flaxseeds as well and it came out too gummy as well, I think because it has chia seeds in it too.. I did have some success using psyllium husk powder, but I tried it again and it didn’t turn out. Such a science project isn’t it?

  3. Cindy says:

    For the applesauce replacement is that for one egg or will that cover both eggs. Cause I also think the flax makes it a bit gummy as well. Always up for trying new things.

    • admin says:

      Hi Cindy,

      Yes that applesauce is for one egg only, so you will have to double it and add the baking soda as well. You can try and use sparkling water as well to even make it rise more. There is something about the bubbly water that helps give it the fluff we crave and like! keep me posted!

  4. Cindy says:

    Sorry one more question. You use sparkling water instead of regular water? Just curious.
    Thanks again Cindy

  5. Sheila says:

    Followed your recipe and the loaf came out great! Didn’t crumble or fall apart when I sliced it thin, wasn’t gooey, and was the softest GF bread I’ve tried. I can eat is as bread and don’t have to toast it like so many many others. Thanks!

  6. Kendra says:

    I can use this receipe for their maple pancake/muffin mix? When I make pancakes from their mix, they come out gummy.

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