iHerb Customer Reviews
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Posted by Reviewer2006780 on Apr 21, 2011
My son is PDD-NOS and absolutely loves this mix, I also use it for pancakes, I just add the sodium bicarbonate (baking soda) and it makes great pancakes.
Bob's Red Mill, Gluten-free Cinnamon Raisin Bread Mix
Posted by Reviewer3222101 on May 25, 2011
This is one of the best G-F mixes I have tried. I did add an extra egg, a few more chopped raisins and extra cinnamon, however, this addition is not essential. Note: I baked this in my Zojirushi bread machine under the "homemade" mode -" 1 rise" at 50 minute and "bake" at 60 minutes AFTER mixing the dough in a separate mixer to make sure all the ingredients were thoroughly combined and then placing it into the the bread machine with the above settings.
Posted by Reviewer2032049 on Nov 08, 2011
I am celiac, and love this bread mix that I found, especially after not having had bread for a couple of years. I use it as my desert.
no no no
Posted by Reviewer2218574 on Mar 05, 2012
This tastes lovely but very heavy. This made me feel so un well, worse than eating normal bread, it has hidden ingredients or could be the cornstarch.
Haven't baked it yet.
Posted by Reviewer2446553 on Dec 17, 2012
Cannot rate without tasting it.
Excellent, not sweet
Posted by LantauMama on Jan 25, 2015
I love that this is not sweet (only the raisins make it sweet). I add extra cinnamon and ground vanilla beans when I mix it. Perfect with butter or even coconut butter as a treat! Big hit with everyone!
Posted by 4893225540453007918 on Mar 26, 2015
This was a very good loaf of bread. Excellent actually. I will definately buy this again.
Posted by Reviewer2568559 on Apr 30, 2015
Tasty and not sweet bread for those of us who are gluten intolerant. I baked some up and we consumed it pronto!
We really like
Posted by Reviewer1988306 on Mar 26, 2012
We really like this bread! There have been a few times when the bread gets crumbly, or it appears that the raisins swell inside the slice of bread, and the bread gets hard. I don't know if this is because my family doesn't want to wait until it cools completely. My family likes it sliced warm out of the oven and drizzed with some vanilla frosting, and it's similar a homemade sweet roll. The times bread gets hard, I cut up the bread, add egg mixture and make bread pudding after letting it sit in the refrigerator overnight, of course, adding vanilla frosting and serving warm.
Not too sweet, but got grainy quickly
Posted by Reviewer2665571 on Oct 27, 2011
The mix and bread itself was not too sweet, but it got grainy and hard within a day of sitting in a plastic baggie. If I make this again, it will be for an event where it will be eaten the same day as made.