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Honey and Oat Gluten-Free Bread


Soft, fluffy, and perfectly sliceable gluten-free sandwich bread with a rich flavor from oat flour and honey.

Honey and Oat Gluten Free Bread recipe by Barefeet In The Kitchen

Gluten Free Oat Bread

After a few months of making and very much enjoying soft and fluffy gluten free sandwich bread, I realized I missed the deeper flavors that are typical in whole wheat sandwich bread.

So, I started playing with that recipe. (The original is closer in flavor to a traditional light wheat or white sandwich bread.)

Gluten Free Honey Oat Bread

I’ve made this recipe at least five times now and I am very excited to finally share it. This bread is perfect for sandwiches, toast, or as a snack on its own.

Try a slice toasted slathered with restaurant-style whipped butter, whipped strawberry butter, or vanilla bean whipped honey butter.

Add a smear of peach jam or apple butter for a treat that you won’t soon forget.

Honey and Oat Gluten Free Sandwich Bread - get the recipe at barefeetinthekitchen.com

If you enjoy step-by-step photos, there are a whole lot of photos included with the original Gluten-Free Sandwich Bread post. This dough appears the same in each stage and those photos can be used for reference.

For a few more great gluten-free recipes to try, check out these Gluten Free Flour Tortillas, the Sour Cream Banana Bread, this Hershey’s Chocolate Cake, and the Best Gluten-Free White Cake.

This Homemade Nut and Seed Paleo Bread from Cotter Crunch looks like a terrific option for toast too.

Gluten Free Bread

If you are not in need of Gluten-Free recipes, check out a few of our favorite whole wheat bread recipes:

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Servings: 12 – 16 slices

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  • Place the flours, starch, yeast, salt and xanthan gum in a mixing bowl, or the bowl of your stand mixer. Warm the butter and honey in a glass bowl or cup until the butter is melted. Whisk or stir it together and set aside.

  •  Using an electric mixer (hand mixer, or stand), gradually beat the warm milk into the dry ingredients. The mixture will be crumbly at first, but once all the milk is added, it’ll come together. Add the melted butter and honey to the mixing bowl and beat until thoroughly blended.

  • Add the eggs, one at a time. Beat the mixture till each egg is thoroughly integrated before adding the next one. Once you’ve added all the eggs, beat the mixture at high speed for 3 minutes. This adds air to the thick batter, which helps take the place of the missing gluten as far as structure is concerned.

  • At the end of 3 minutes, the batter will look like thick, heavy buttercream icing: smooth and silky. The dough will also be very sticky, and feel a bit gritty if you rub some between your fingers. Leave the batter right in the mixing bowl and cover the bowl with a light cloth or plastic wrap.

  • Let the thick batter rise for 60-90 minutes. This batter won’t double in size, but it’ll definitely puff up. Gently stir the batter down. Scrape it into a lightly greased 8 1/2” x 4 1/2” loaf pan. 

  • Use your wet fingers, or a wet spatula or bowl scraper, to smooth the top, eliminating any “wrinkles.” The smoother your loaf is before you put it into the oven, the smoother it’ll be once it’s baked. 

  • Lightly sprinkle the top of the loaf with oats and press lightly into the loaf. Loosely cover the pan and let the dough rise till it barely crowns over the rim of the pan. 45 – 60 minutes, as much as 90. Towards the end of the rising time, preheat the oven to 350°F.

  • Bake the bread for 25 minutes, until golden brown. Remove it from the oven, and turn it out of the pan onto a rack. Lightly brush with melted butter to help keep the crust soft, being careful not to brush off the sprinkling of oats. Slice when completely cool. Enjoy!

{originally published 10/16/12 – recipe notes and photos updated 4/15/22}

Honey & Oat Gluten-Free Bread



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