Bake-in-a-bag Method

Full instructions for making delicious bread from Luce's Gluten-Free Artisan Bread Mixes using complete packages that include baking bags

See below for EZ Bake, stovetop flat bread, convection oven or high altitude instructions


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The EZ Bake Method

The easiest bread you'll ever bake. Full instructions, with photos.

1. Gather ingredients and tools

  • Big Bag of flour blend
  • Measuring cups
  • A large, sturdy bowl
  • A stirring spoon or spatula
  • Optional: a stand mixer with paddle blade
  • 2. Mix the dough:

    Measure 1 1/2 cups of flour blend into the bowl.
    Add 1 cup plus 1 TBLS warm water.
    Stir until all the flour is wet.

    Set dough aside to rest for 5 minutes. After this rest, beat dough vigorously for 50 strokes.

    Using Mile High Pancake Mix

    Mile High Pancake Mix can be used to make pancakes, waffles, crepes, biscuits, cakes and cupcakes.

    Pancakes: put 3/4 cup Mile High Pancake Mix in a medium bowl. In a separate, small bowl, mix 1 large egg, 2 TBLS cooking oil or melted butter and 1/2 cup milk and stir well. Add milk/egg/oil mixture to pancake mix and stir until all ingredients are wet. Let stand 5 minutes, then stir again until a consistent batter forms. Some lumps will remain.
    If a thinner batter is desired, add more milk. If a thicker batter is desired, add more flour mix.

    Baking in a Convection Oven

    Convection - or Fan - ovens can reduce bake time.

    DO NOT USE THE BAKING BAG. Do not use the dusting flour. You will need cooking oil spray.


    Start the oven before mixing the dough. Set oven to "Fan" or "Convection Bake". Set temperature to 400 F.

    Mix the dough as you normally would. Place a support sheet or a piece of parchment on a cookie sheet. Turn out the dough onto the support sheet or parchment. Shape the dough into a loaf or divide into two to four sections, making rolls.