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Wednesday, 14 September 2016

Gluten Free Date And Rosemary Mini Bread Loaves...


Gluten Free Date and Rosemary Mini Bread Loaves...

(Dairy + Gluten Free)

These individual subtly sweet loaves make a great mid-morning treat with a cup of tea. Delicately flavoured with honey, rosemary and nuggets of sweet dates, these taste delicious straight out of the oven or once cooled. Go on, pop the kettle on!

Serves: 5 mini loaves

Prep Time: 35 mins (includes proving)

Cooking Time: 45 mins


Gluten Free Date And Rosemary Mini Bread Loaves:

What you need:
  • 340g Delicious Alchemy Brown Bread Mix
  • 1 sprig of rosemary, finely chopped
  • 12 dates, roughly chopped
  • 1 dessertspoon honey
  • 2½ tbsp / 20ml sunflower oil
  • 350ml of tepid water

TipThis mix cooks from cold and there is no need to pre-heat the oven!


What you do:

Step 1

Place the bread mix in a bowl, followed by the rosemary, dates, honey, oil and water then mix together. A food mixer is best because the batter becomes very thick and heavy during mixing. Turn your mixer to slow-medium speed and beat for 2½ minutes. Scrape down the sides and base of the bowl and mix for a further 2½ minutes.

Step 2
Transfer the dough to the mini loaf tins. It will be thick, so press down well and fill each loaf case to just below the rim. Run a spatula around the edge of the loaf tins which will help to get an even rise. Cover the loaf tins with lightly oiled cling film and leave to prove in a warm place for 20 mins. It won’t rise much, that bit happens later.

Step 3
Place the loaves in the centre of the cold oven. Then turn to 220°C or 200°C for fan-assisted ovens, and bake for 40-45 minutes. They should be dark golden brown on top when done. Remove from the oven and place on a cooling rack. Eat on day of baking or freeze for later.

*Recipe and recipe photography by Delicious Alchemy. No Payment was received*

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19 comments

  1. Yum! And some leftovers for breakfast! Sounds just about right!

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  2. What a great recipe, they look super cute, I do love mini loaves. I bet they taste wondeful.

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  3. This looks like such an easy to follow recipe, it looks lovely x

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  4. that looks like a simple but delicious recipe

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  5. This looks amazing and also easy to make. Love it!

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  6. Wow, well this looks and I bet tastes amazing. Ever since seeing GBBO though I know how hard it must be to make bread but it doesn't mean I won't be giving this a go - definitely up to the challenge. Thanks for the easy to follow instructions :)

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    1. Thanks Alina, I love watching GBBO. I know it is not just me who fails sometimes :)

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  7. I love bread and that one looks so spongy! Great alternative for celiacs x

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  8. I love making bread but I love eating flavoured bread more. I n ed to get back in the kitchen I think and so some cooking great recipe and a good one to get me up and tunning again thanks x

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    1. Aww, thank you. I love them smell of freshly baked bread, also a slice of warm bread of butter :)

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  9. This sounds lovely, I can not eat bread since having my gallbladder removed so I probably should try gluten free things xx

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  10. These sound delicious, I'm going to be sharing this with my mother in law as she has a gluten free diet

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