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Gluten Free Brown Rice Millet Bread

1 loaf

This 32 oz loaf is made of a blend of gluten free grains that combine to make a soft textured loaf that is nutty and lightly sweet.

water, our own milled brown rice flour, millet flour, eggs, canola oil, tapioca starch, sweet rice flour, oat flour, corn starch, brown sugar, ground flax seed, molasses, salt, xanthan, yeast, apple cider vinegar
Storage Tips

Keep refrigerated and enjoy within a couple days. If you don't anticipate eating it within that timeframe, slice and freeze the slices in a plastic bag. Remove the slices as you need them, defrost or toast and enjoy!

Vermont Gluten Free, Montpelier, VT

Vermont Gluten Free mills their own rice flour to ensure freshest flavor, and then uses it in their own flour blend.
Excellent as a breakfast toast or use for sandwiches.

Makes good toast
September 16, 2023 by

We don't usually buy gluten free, so we were pleasantly surprised by how yummy this bread was. It has really changed our thinking about gluten free (since we had a past experience with an awful gluten free English muffin that no one liked). It toasts up with a little crispy outside with a softly dense inside. It is a little bit more crumbly than regular bread, but fills you up more than regular white bread. Overall, we thoroughly enjoyed this bread.

April 12, 2020 by

We have been eating gluten free since 2006 as we have 2 members with celiac disease and have tried many gluten free breads. This one is a winner. This bread makes delicious toast, holds together well and has a pleasing taste. I'm ordering it again. Yum!

June 26, 2016 by

I was pleasantly surprised by this bread! Very good, especially when toasted with butter :) It does fall apart a bit easily, so caution in the toaster. But nice texture, a bit of sweetness and helped me to forget that I can't have regular bread! Thanks!!

June 18, 2016 by

Pricey but dense and delicious for the gluten-free eater who misses bread! Since it's unsliced, you can slice it for toast or sandwiches or you can cut some thick slices from which to make croutons for salads. It also crumbles nicely if you need to make bread crumbs for a recipe.