Baking Amaranth Yeast-Free Bread

Aren't we all fed up of buying broken, crumbled or dry GF bread in our local supermarkets? I for one am tired of it and of the constant disappointment. Which is why years ago, I converted to corn and rice cakes as my alternative to bread.
The other day, I discovered a recipe for Amaranth yeast-free bread and was amazed. 
So here it is, please let me know how you get on.
Search for snacks and sandwiches ideas on my blog to perfectly compliment your freshly baked Amaranth bread. Enjoy it! x

    3 1/3 cups of amaranth flour
    1 cup plus 2tbsp arrowroot powder
    3tsp baking soda
    ¾tsp vitamin C powder (optional)
    ½tsp of salt
    ¼cups of applesauce
    2tbsp of olive oil
    1½ cups of water

How to:

Combine flour, arrowroot, baking soda, vitamin C and salt in a large bowl.
Mix applesauce, oil and water.
Stir into dry ingredients until just blended.
Pour into greased 8 X 4 loaf pan.
Bake at 350 for 40 minutes. Turn out immediately and cool on a wire rack.

Number of Servings: 14

Happy Baking! x

Interesting Fact: Amaranth’s protein content is about 13 percent, or 26 grams per cup, which is much higher than for most other grains. To compare, a cup of long-grain white rice has just 13 grams of protein.

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