that is what/corn/dairy/egg/soy free????<br><br>
I have been experimenting with recipes and my bread machine with some pretty horrible results. One loaf was so hard it actually dented when dropped on the floor.
Don't bother w/ the bread machine for gluten free breads.<br><br>
I have doubled this recipe and baked in a loaf pan. It makes a small loaf, but it's good and holds together fairly well. <a href="http://www.epicurious.com/recipes/recipe_views/views/232993" target="_blank">http://www.epicurious.com/recipes/re...s/views/232993</a><br><br>
Have you checked out kidswithfoodallergies.org? THey probably have more/better recipes. I haven't tried very hard to find a good recipe, but I do know bread machines aren't worth the bother for gluten free bread, since there's so much to clean when you don't need to knead the bread, so why bother?
Laura at glutenchallenge.com has reviewed several breadmixes that fit your requirements.<br><br>
she swears by her breadmachine for the gluten evolution breads. I have made a loaf and it was VERY good! We had toasted ham sandwiches with homemade tomato soup (made with coconut milk). My husband and I were in heaven!!!! The kids liked it too but they never had the real deal so they did not get it like we did.