Read what our test kitchens have to say about Sisters Three Gluten Free White Bread Mix.
"Better than gluten bread! I've never baked any bread that raised this high. Easy to slice also."
"Smelled amazing, light fluffy with crusty outside, very much like good gluten bread. Better than most bread I have tried, my whole non-GF family loved it - not toasted."
Clifton Park, NY
"Overall, a wonderful bread. Entire family, including glutenoids loved it. I like the fact that the additional ingredients are staple items, always on hand. Nothing exotic to add."
"Best I've had since GF 7 years. Taste and texture very close to gluten breads I have made for 40 years. No other GF breads measure up in taste, fold ability or mouth feel. The look and feel, how it sliced (did not crumble or smash when cut) are like gluten. It closely resembles, homemade from scratch, gluten breads."
"The bread looked and smelled wonderful. It was so light and squishy. I could not believe it raised as much as it did without collapsing. The taste is great, no "off" taste like a lot of breads. Don't do anything to change the flavor- it is right on! You girls did a great job, unlike many GF breads it didn't need to be toasted or buttered to be palatable. I love the name!"
Eagle River, AK
"Package directions were easy to follow. Normally I would use my Kitchen Aid but I was in the process of moving and things were packed. I was so excited to try the bread I just mixed by hand. It was fairliy easy as far as mixing goes with a heavy wooden spoon. Up until the mixing my thoughts were this is like every other bread, I have tried.Then I started mixing and the smell was overwhelming, it smelled like bread. I mixed more and it started to get elastic like I remember bread doing (not as elastic but more so than bread I have tried in the past three years)sorry this is long but I have to tell you the smell was so good I started nibbling, I licked the spoon and I didn't scrape the bowl clean because I wanted what was on the sides of it. I had a hard time getting the dough in the pan because it was so yummy. I have never experienced this with any other bread dough.
"I baked it in the late afternoon and placed it covered on the counter till morning. The kitchen smelled so good the whole family kept coming down to see what I was making. It was a long night. Simply put it was the best I have ever tried. I put your bread through all my tests.
1. Day one: I toasted it in the toaster and it was awesome. Had to acturally have two pieces.
2. Usually, the crust on the bread is always left behind; your bread was so good that even the end crust pieces were good.
3. Day two: I had grilled cheese sandwich (oh my, something I have missed for three years) it passed the test in consistency and yumminess.
4. Day three: We made gravy and served it over the bread (something else we have missed).
5. Day four: We made peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. After 4 days I was surprised that it was still as good as day one. Usually most gluten free bread goes hard, stale or moldy and yours was still standing.
6. Day five: I had toast again just because it was so good and it has been too long since I had good toast."
"Over all opinion, it's the best bread I have ever eaten, gluten free or not gluten free. I really liked it. Seriously, it was awesome. I have never been so impressed or excited about a gluten free product and I can think of so much more I can do with it like french toast and rolls and french bread loaves and sub sandwiches. Not only did our family love it but someone who eats gluten daily loved it, that says a lot for your bread. I put your bread through all kinds of tests, toaster, meal, let it sit for days ( meant do do it longer just to see how long it would last- but it was so good) made sandwiches and it passed every test I put it through. I can't say this enough it was amazing."
"I just loved it for making buns. I've been looking and trying just about everything, trying to bake a bun that didn't fall apart when eaten, this fit's the bill."