Gluten Free Bread Maker White Bread; Gluten Free, Dairy Free, Soy Free, Nut Free Recipe

There’s nothing better than the smell of a loaf of bread baking while homemade strawberry jam is cooking on the stove.  A few years ago, before I was gluten free, this was an easy feat. I have about 200 recipes for bread maker white bread.  I’m ok with store bought gluten free bread most of the time, but occasionally I just can’t stop thinking about the taste of a slice of bread  just out of the bread maker, slathered in grass fed butter and homemade jam.  It’s the best taste in the world! This bread recipe is gluten free, dairy free, soy free, and nut free. I found this 3 years ago when I went gluten free. I’m not sure where, so unfortunately I can’t give credit but to whoever created it – thanks! It’s great! It also makes a killer gluten free french toast!

The order in which you pour in the ingredients will vary based on the type of bread maker you use.  Now, I’m not a fan of having a million kitchen gadgets to store; however, I would recommend buying a bread maker (even if you only use it a few times a year).  You can buy one similar to mine by clicking on my affiliate link here Breadman Programmable Bread Maker. If you haven’t read it, here’s my affiliate disclosure

 Gf, DF, SF, NF, Bread Maker White Bread; gluten free, dairy free, soy free nut free recipe

Bread Maker White Bread Recipe; Gluten Free, Soy Free, Dairy Free, Nut Free Recipe


2 cups rice flour

1/2 cup potato starch

1/2 cup tapioca flour

2 1/2 tsp xanthan gum

1/2 cup room temperature coconut milk (or other dairy free milk)

1 tsp vinegar

3 room temperature eggs

1 1/2 tsp salt

3 tbsp sugar

1 2/3 cups warm water

1 1/2 tsp dry yeast

4 tbsp melted butter (or butter substitute)

Direcions: These will vary based on your machine’s directions. My machine requires that ingredients are placed in the machine in this order: Liquid, fat, dry, yeast.  Also, make sure that your eggs are actually room temperature – if they’re not, your bread will be flat and not good!

Here’s the order I put everything in the machine by ingredient:

– Combine the water and vinegar and dump into the bread maker pan (liquid)

– Beat the eggs with the milk and add to the pan (liquid)

– Add the melted butter (fat)

– Mix flour, tapioca starch, potato starch, xanthan gum, salt, and sugar in a bowl and dump into the bread maker pan (dry)

– Add the yeast on top (yeast)

Use the white bread setting at a medium crust. Now relax and let the bread maker do all of the work!

Gf, DF, SF, NF, Bread Maker White Bread; gluten free, dairy free, soy free nut free recipe

All of my recipes are gluten free, soy free, dairy free, and nut free, meaning that they are peanut free, cashew free, tree nut free, walnut free, pecan free, and almond free.  They are also free of a lot of other grains and legumes because I’m intolerant to them, along with gluten.  My recipes are amaranth free, barley free, chick pea free, buckwheat free, fava bean free, flax free, garbanzo free, oat free, rye free, sorghum free, spelt free, and teff free.  If there are easy substitutions to make the recipe egg free I try to include them. My recipes are dairy free – I personally am intolerant to whey and therefore can eat butter. Most recipes can be made completely dairy free with a butter substitute. Feel free to leave any changes you’ve made in the comments for others to see!


  1. My husband has many food restrictions, and commercial breads, even if GF and DF, have ingredients that he can’t tolerate (e.g. inulin).
    We tried this bread recipe and it came out great… Light, fluffy and tasty. We have a Cuisinart bread machine with a GF setting, and having that option does make a difference. We used the Earth Balance Soy Free margarine in lieu of butter.
    Also, the bread is light enough that I tried a little experiment. I took a slice without the crust and rolled it very flat with a rolling pin, then quickly cooked the flattened piece in a pan with heated oil. It came out like a crispy crepe. I added some margarine, sugar and lemon on it for a taste that my husband has been craving for a while.
    I’m planning to add other ingredients for variety, e.g. olives and some herbs, etc…
    Thank you!

    • I’m so happy that you like the recipe! I love it too! I don’t have a gf setting. I was thinking in investing in a new breadmaker and I’ll have to make sure that it has one. I miss crispy creme! I’ll have to try frying a piece next time I make it! I was actually experimenting yesterday with my new apple fritter pancake recipe – trying to make some donut holes for when we go to the pumpkin patch on Thursday! Thanks for your feedback! I would love to hear more about your experiments and if it’s ok with you post them on the site for others to see!


  2. Hi, my wife has been told she has more intolerances than we knew existed!
    Thought this would be a great bread recipe for her until…the eggs.
    As were quite new to this is there anything I could replace the eggs with in this recipe?

    • Hi Mark, I’ve been there believe me! She’s not alone! There are a lot of substitutes for eggs that work in a lot of the recipes I have on my blog; however, I’ve never tried it in this recipe. I reached out the a friend of mine (the friend I actually mentioned in this post) to see if she has ever made this egg free – she does a lot more egg free baking than I do. Is your wife intolerant to a lot of different grains? I’m gluten free and a lot of gluten free grains free too 🙂 I do know of a few breads that are egg free but they use a lot of different gluten free grain flours. I’ll hopefully hear back from my friend shortly too and will let you know what she says. Thanks!

      • Hi Mark, I’m sorry it’s taken me some time to get back to you. Unfortunately my friend doesn’t have experience with this particular recipe; however, she did say that she has the most luck with breads using the EnerG Egg replacer. Have you been able to try anything out?

  3. Teresa Colvin says:

    I am glad I found your site. I have liked you on FB so maybe I can keep up with what is new. I’ll have to try this bread recipe. I have been diagnosed with a thyroid condition and there are some articles out there about the effect of gluten on the thyroid and of course Soy. Soy is one of the top 8 allergens in our food and can also effect thyroid health. I’ll have to try some of your other recipes as well.

  4. Mary Jane Norris-Duquette says:

    Would this fit in a 1-1 and a half pound bread maker?
    Can you use brown rice?

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