Crusty Bread Mix


Simply Wize Crusty Bread Mix produces bread of excellent quality, flavour and appearance, and is 100% gluten free.  Made from the finest blend of baking ingredients, this bread mix has the same texture as conventional dough with the same delicious taste.

As we all know, there is nothing more satisfying or rewarding, than the aroma of freshly baked bread.


Step by Step Instructions Baking Simply Wize Gluten Free Bread::Baking Simply Wize Gluten Free Bread with Sue Shepherd

Maize Flour, Rice Starch, Tapioca Starch, Soy Protein, Egg White, Sugar, Iodised Salt, Stabilizers,(461,464,407), Dextrose, Emulsifier (472(e)), Guar Gum (412), Stabilizer (466)

Allergy Advice
Contains Soy, Egg White

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+5 #40 Courtney 2013-03-21 08:04
This bread is amazing. I use it with my Breville Ikon 800. First batch made this morning and its already gone !!!. Beautiful as a sandwich or as toast. Please can you make it larger sizes so we can buy it in bulk. Many thanks from a GF family xox
+1 #39 Leah 2013-02-19 14:52
My bf is coeliac and he gave up on bread until we found thus bread mix!
+1 #38 Gabby 2013-01-05 01:32
:lol: :roll: I make the crusty loaf in the bread maker for my husband. I use the French Loaf setting and although a small loaf, still delicious and crusty. Very hard to tell from real bread.

I also, like Fiona, make a stuffed cobb loaf - sensational. I just shape the dough on a flat tray.

Any tips for bread maker use would be very helpful.
+2 #37 Shannon Sheedy 2012-11-19 02:03
Simply Wize crusty bread my favourite GF bread by far! I add linseeds & chia seeds, then slice and freeze it in sandwich bags each time I make a loaf... fantastic to have healthy fresh bread every day! This also stops the non-coeliac members of our family eating the whole loaf in a day (because they love it too!). Thank you :lol:
+1 #36 Pamela Punter 2012-08-26 07:34
Thank-you for your "Crusty Bread"..........I gave up trying to find a nice gluten free bread as they all tasted so bland and dry. My husband bought a packet this morning so I thought I'll give it a try. I mixed it up in my thermomix and left it to rise then flattened it out and rolled it up, so easy....and the result..........lovely !!! even my husband was impressed..........I now can eat vegemite and cheese slices on bread instead of on corn cakes !!!!
-1 #35 sandy 2012-08-08 01:07
Hi - I am checking out your website to maybe get some other recipes for your breadmix. Like can it be used as foccasia, pizza base, or will the recipe still work if you add ingredients to it ie fruit loaf. It would also be good to have some alternative recipes on the box.
0 #34 Katalin 2012-06-20 12:44
Let me continue the line of Thankyous. Your breadmix has changed my quality of life! I just couldn't pallet the other bread mixes and rather didn’t eat any, and the lack of grains causing all sorts of other digestion issues. I use your breadmix in my breadmaker but with 2 packets at a time, producing a slightly different crust but still just as tasty product. Here in Darwin only Woolies is selling your product and wondering what it would take to get into Coles, as sometimes Woolies run out (though I’ve learned to have a bit of a stock at home).
+1 #33 Fiona 2012-06-17 14:15
I recently made this bread mix into a cobb loaf, using a round cake pan, and once cooked, hollowed it out and filled it with a savoury cream cheese mixture, then heated it and the torn up bread centre pieces for a few minutes. It crisped up perfectly and tasted and smelled sooo good! My coeliac daughter was impressed, and it is now on our favourite food list! Thankyou for a wonderful and versatile bread mix :-)
0 #32 Rachel 2012-06-10 05:00
Inspired by David's use of a break maker above. I mixed the packet as per the usual instructions (using the dough hooks on my beaters) and put it in my Breville bread machine (the one that has the gluten free setting). It came out a little lighter coloured than I expected on the mid-colour setting but was cooked. It's a fairly wide pan so it was a short loaf.
+4 #31 Jo 2012-05-16 23:13
I agree with the previous comments. This is the only GFbread we have tried that actually tastes like bread! I too would like to be able to buy it in larger quantities as the small loaf just doesn't last long enough. Thank you so much for creating this product.

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Thank you for your wonderful bread mix. It is the first time I have had a sandwhich in years.

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