Honey oatmeal Bread For Him

May 9, 2016

This is bread I make for my husband and it is Gluten Free but it has ingredient I should not eat. Which is why it says “For Him” in the Title.It is also taste tested by my husband. I made this bread with gluten all the time before I knew I had celiac. I started making bread at age 10. This is my first attempt at making it Gluten Free. I make my husband sandwich bread regularly but I wanted to make him something a little different and special. I will share the sandwich bread soon.


1 cup gluten free oats

¼ cup flax

1 tbsp chia seed

2 cups boiling water

½ cut honey

½ tsp salt

¼ cup oil or butter

¾ cup milk


let sit 45 minuts

3 eggs

1 tbsp yeast

¼ cup warm water

2 cup cornstarch

1 ¼ cup namesta flour blend


rise 1 hour


40-50 min


In a mixer or large bowl add in oats, flax, chia seeds, honey, salt, oil or butter, milk and boiling water. Mix and let lit for about 45 minutes.

Once the time has passed (and your in the middle of doing something else) add in the eggs, and yeast in the warm water.

Mix gently till mostly blended in.

Then add in your flours slowly as you mix.  

(If your can't get namesta flour you may be able to use rice flour instead but I haven't tried it.)

This will not look like normal gluten bread it should be like a cake batter. Yeah for no kneading!

Once its all mixed pour in to greased bread pans and let rise for 1 hr in a warn oven.

A note on bread pans and cooking Gluten Free bread:

Gluten Free bread is often temperamental and cooks much different the traditional gluten bread.

Place your oven rack on the lowest position possible.

If it is higher your bread cooks too fast on top and is raw in the middle.

The darker metal bread loaf pans are much better for Gluten Free bread.



I use USA Pan which have a lid included:



If you don't have a fancy bread pan be sure to cover the top of your pan with aluminum foil and grease it so the top of you loaf doesn't come off with it.


Also namesta flour is:




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