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This breadmix can be used in many ways – bread (either in bread-machine or hand mixing and oven baked), pikelets, pancakes, and used in lasagne dishes, cannelloni, as a batter for coating fish or chicken, pizza base and cakes and muffins.

For best results, oven baking is recommended, however a good loaf can be attained using a bread-machine. Simply use your “Yeast Free” or “Cake” programme

The Panasonic models 206 and 250 machines require the use of several programmes to use this mix.    

Choose the “Pizza” programme and allow to mix for 12 minutes. Switch off the machine and programme to “Bake” at which point the clock shows 30 minutes. With the timer button, increase the time to one hour and then press start. The length of baking time can be shortened simply by pressing the Stop button. Remove the pan, allow the bread to cool slightly before attempting to shake it out of the pan.


All About Bread Amaizing Bread is gluten free, lactose free and yeast free. It is an extremely versatile mix and an excellent base for pancakes, muffins, pizza base, fruit cake. (recipes on this site)

Amaizing Bread contains Maize, Dextrose, Baking Powder, Soya Flour, Thickener (Maize based), Salt, Vegetable Gums.

420ml warm water
500g Amaizing Bread Mix

Beat in electric mixer for one minute on low speed. Scrape down. Continue to beat on medium speed for 3 minutes. Pour mixture into greased black bread tin. Place in a warm spot until risen 3/4 up the tin.
Bake at 210c for 30 minutes


All About Bread Maize & Rice Bread-Mix is a bread mix with excellent rising characteristics for a well textured and pleasant tasting loaf. Unlike most other gluten free bread mixes, this one has no difficulty in rising above the loaf pan in a machine towards the lid to provide a full volume gluten free loaf.

Maize & Rice Breadmix contains Maize starch, Rice Flour, Non Fat Milk Solids, Vegetable Gum, Oil, Salt, Soy Flour and Sugar.

300ml warm water,
400g Maize & Rice Breadmix
1 teaspoon of Instant yeast

Beat in an electric mixer for one minute on low speed. Continue to beat on medium speed for 3 minutes. Pour the mixture into a greased 680g black bread tin. Place in a warm spot until risen 3/4 up the tin. Bake at 210c for 30 minutes


For most breadmachines use
350ml water
500g All About Bread Amaizing Bread Mix.

Follow the instructions printed on the label. Pour measured water into the pan. Place pan into your machine leaving the lid open until you have finished adding ingredients. Select the Yeast free (Cake) Programme and press start. While the paddle is mixing the water, simply spoon your measured amount of breadmix into the water. Allow the paddle to mix the ingredients to a smooth batter. It may be necessary to use a plastic scraper to ensure all dry ingredients are mixed in.

It may take several loaves to adjust the amount of water to suit your particular machine, and the finished texture of the loaf you prefer. Adding or deducting a little water will achieve this. For best results the mix should be batter-like in consistency

Variations: Seeds, grains and herbs can be added during the mixing time

Sundried Tomato & Onion concentrate - 2-3 teaspoons
Herb & Garlic mix – 2 teaspoons
Cheese & Herb concentrate – 2-4 teaspoons according to taste
BBQ spice (a chilli base spice) – 1-2 teaspoons
Capscicum & Onion mix – 2 teaspoons
Cape seed mix and many other additives can be successfully used.


375g   Amaizing Breadmix :
375ml water.

Using an electric mixer pour water into mixer and gradually add measured breadmix.  Mix on medium for 3-4 minutes. Mixture should be smooth and batter-like. Pour mixture into a greased 680g black bread tin. Sprinkle with sesame or poppy seeds. Place in a warm place and allow to rise for 30 minutes. Bake at 200ºC electric for 30 minutes. 180ºC Electric Fan forced.  190ºC Gas, 170º Gas Fan forced.


To make one small fruit loaf use small Farmhouse loaf pan.

Mix 350g  Amaizing bread mix
270 ml warm water
1 tablespoon sugar (to taste)
½-1 cup Bakers fruit or fruit medley
½-1 tsp Cinnamon or Mixed spice (optional)

Mix dry ingredients together in electric mixing bowl. Gradually add warm water to batter-like consistency. Mix on medium  for 3-4 minutes. Pour mixture into loaf pan. Allow to rise for 30 minutes. Bake at 200ºC Electric for 30 minutes.


Follow quantities shown on label of Amaizing Bread Mix. Use either muffin tins, pie tins or crumpet rings. Oil pans prior to use. Pour or spoon mixture into tins. Allow mixture to rise prior to baking. Bake at above temperatures for 20-25 minutes.


Use a French Stick tin (available from All About Bread, Greenwood). Oil each channel. Pour half the Amaizing Bread Mix batter into one channel, and the remainder into the second channel  not allowing the batter to come right to the ends. If necessary place foil around the ends. Sprinkle with sesame seeds. Allow to rise for 30 minutes. Bake at same temperature and times for Bread Rolls


Use a Cob (Boston bun)  8” black round tin.  (mixture makes 2)


Make up 350g Amaizing breadmix into a batter with
250ml water and 1 tablespoon oil using electric mixer
Mix for 3-4 minutes.
Oil the cob tin.
Pour half the mixture into the tin. Allow to rise for 30 minutes in warm place. Bake in a pre-heated oven for 10 minutes. Remove from oven. Spread with tomato paste and preferred pizza toppings. Bake for a further 20 minutes. The remaining batter can be used for rolls, or a second pizza.


This is a basic muffin recipe using the All About Bread Amaizing Bread Mix. Amaizing Bread Mix is gluten free, yeast free and lactose free. You can tailor the recipe to suit yourself. If using bananas or pumpkin you will probably not need any extra liquid so delete the milk. When using coconut, soak the coconut in the liquid for 10 minutes.

Orange and coconut muffins are delicious – add grated orange rind and use orange juice.
Chocolate muffins: add 1 tablespoon cocoa and an extra 20ml liquid. Add ½ cup choc bits after mixing.
For savoury muffins delete the sugar, vanilla and coconut.

350g Amaizing Bread Mix
2 eggs  
¼ cup sugar 
½ tsp vanilla
1 tbls coconut (optional)
1 cup milk to desired consistency (use allowable liquids:
soy milk, nut milk, orange juice)
Mix all ingredients together until just combined. Drop into greased muffin pan. Bake at 200° for 15-20 minutes. Allow to stand five minutes before turning out onto wire cooling rack.


The Amaizing thing about this breadmix is its use for many other baked goodies. The basic recipe can be adapted to make pikelets, pancakes and crepes. The pancakes can be used as substitute lasagne sheets and cannelloni tubes. If eggs are excluded from your diet, egg substitute can be used.


150g Amaizing bread mix
1 egg
200ml milk or milk substitute.
Small amount of sugar to taste (optional)

Using Electric mixer or mixing wand blend all ingredients until smooth. Adjust consistency if a little too wet or dry. Heat frying pan or electric fry pan. Grease pan with a little butter or margarine. Drop spoonfuls into pan. Allow to cook until bubbles appear on surface and is golden brown and then flip and repeat on other side.


(Note: Same ingredients as for pikelets but a little more liquid is added to achieve a thinner batter.)

150g Amaizing bread mix
1 egg
225  ml milk or milk substitute.
Small amount of sugar to taste (optional)

Heat and grease pan. Pour ½ cup batter into pan. Allow to cook on first side. Flip and cook on other side. Pancakes can be used for sweet or savoury fillings or spreads.


Crepes are pancakes made very thin crepe like texture.
(Note: Same ingredients as for pancakes but a little more liquid is added to achieve a thinner batter.)

150g Amaizing bread mix
1 egg
250  ml milk or milk substitute.
Small amount of sugar to taste (optional)

Heat and grease pan. Pour ½ cup batter into pan. Allow to cook on first side. Flip and cook on other side. Pour mixture into greased pan and swirl pan to spread batter out very thin


The amount of ALL ABOUT BREAD Amaizing breadmix will vary for the quantity of food to be coated.

Start with an amount to 200-350g mix with sufficient warm water to make the batter coating. Mix for 3-4 minutes. Allow mixture to stand for 10 minutes. You will soon get to know how much you need to make  for several fish fillets or chicken breast. Heat oil in frypan and cook until meat is cooked through and batter golden brown.


Using ALL ABOUT BREAD Amaizing Bread mix

Choose a round casserole dish. This Lasagne can be made in individual lasagne dishes and frozen for that one person in the family who requires special meals. Make up a quantity of pancakes in a size to fit the round casserole. Previously made frozen pancakes are ideal. Make lasagne sauce – either meat sauce or spinach and ricotta or vegetable sauce (your usual sauce (gluten free or course)

Assemble the lasagne with a layer of sauce, then a pancake, repeat with layers of sauce and pancakes. Cover with a cheese or white sauce and bake in moderate oven for 25-30 minutes until cooked. Allow to stand 5 minutes before serving. Can be frozen.


Using ALL ABOUT BREAD Amaizing Breadmix make a quantity of pancakes smaller than usual. These discs will form the tubes. Spread out the cooked pancakes and spread a little of your gluten free filling along one side. Roll up into a tube and place in greased square dish. Repeat with filling and rolling,  placing each tube side by side in dish. Cover with favourite sauce and bake in moderate oven for 20-25 minutes. Allow to stand 5 minutes prior to serving. Can be frozen.


400g Amaizing Gluten free breadmix
150g margarine
125ml cold water

Rub margarine into breadmix until it resembles breadcrumbs. Do not overmix. Add water to mix until a dough is formed. Chill in refrigerator for 2-3 hours. Roll out to approx 5mm thick using breadmix as a dusting flour. Cut out discs and place filling in centre. Dampen edges and fold over. Place on greased baking tray. Bake at 200ºc for 15-20 minutes.

Or -  line a fluted pie tin.Add filling and cover with a sheet of thinly rolled out pastry

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Dietary bread mixes, and other products, are available for home baking including gluten free, yeast free, wheat free, lactose free.

Easy to follow instructions are provided on each bag

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