If you love baking gluten free bread, dinner, and cinnamon rolls, you will want to try Authentic Foods Steve’s Gluten-Free Bread Flour Blend. It makes your bread taste like the real thing! I pulled all of my best yeast recipes using this blend so that you can find them all in one handy place.

A collection of four baked goods made with Steve's GF Bread Blend.

If you want to go straight to the recipes, use this Table of Contents here to Jump to the recipes.

Why I believe this is the best flour blend for gluten-free bread:

  1. This gluten-free flour blend is gluten-free, dairy-free, nut-free, and soy-free. Note this blend does have salt included.
  2. I believe Steve’s GF Bread Blend is the best gluten-free flour for bread. You can intricately braid, shape, and have fun with the dough you make. It is like working with true dough!
  3. The gluten free bread dough rises beautifully, and you get the fluffiest, real-tasting bread and rolls, ever!
  4. If you have missed bread that tastes like real, this is the flour blend you need to try.

Note, sometimes Amazon sells out of this flour. If it is sold out when you want to order it, you can usually find it on Vitacost and Authentic Foods websites as well.

The back of a bag of Steve's GF Bread Blend.
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Authentic Foods Steve’s Gluten-Free Bread Blend Ingredients:

As you can see from the back of the package, Steve’s gluten-free flour blend uses some unique ingredients. These special ingredients allow you to make the most intricate breads, elaborate weaves for challah, and perfectly shaped cinnamon rolls.

Steve’s Gluten Free Bread Blend is gum-free, so the ingredients have no xanthan or guar gum. It uses vegetable fiber and psyllium husk as a binder to hold the bread together.

Baking Tips Using Steve’s Gluten-Free Bread Blend:

  • You use less of this flour blend in recipes compared to other gluten free flour blends. Although this brand is more expensive than others, it often works out comparably to other custom flour blend brands.
  • With gluten-free yeast recipes, you only get ONE good rise from gluten free dough. It is very important to shape your bread before you rise the dough.
  • Do not add xanthan or guar gum to the recipe. You do not need it.
  • You can use a stand mixer to mix the dough or mix it by hand in a bowl. I recommend using a paddle or bread hook attachment.
  • Use measuring cups or a digital scale to measure your flour. If using measuring cups, do not pack the flour in the cup.
  • This flour rises very well, so leave room for the dough to double in size.
  • Do NOT use this flour blend in a bread machine; it will not work.

I also have some great Gluten-Free Bread Troubleshooting Tips if you want to learn more about baking gluten free bread.

Gluten-Free Cinnamon Roll Recipes:

A photo of spreading the icing over the cinnamon rolls.
Gluten Free Cinnamon Rolls
Sandi Gaertner
You are going to love these light springy gluten free cinnamon rolls! They are full of flavor and are even better with the cream cheese icing on top!
Make GF Cinnamon Rolls
A tray of baked gluten free cinnamon rolls with icing.
Gluten free orange rolls rolled like cinnamon rolls.
The Best Gluten Free Orange Rolls
Sandi Gaertner
These are absolutely delicious gluten free orange rolls. They can be shaped like cinnamon rolls or bunny rolls for Easter.
Make GF Orange Rolls
Gluten free orange rolls rolled like cinnamon rolls.
A gluten free gingerbread cinnamon roll on a small white plate. A bite is taken out.
Gluten Free Gingerbread Cinnamon Rolls
Sandi Gaertner
One bite, and you will be hooked on these fluffy gluten free gingerbread cinnamon rolls! They are full of holiday flavors!
Make GF Gingerbread Cinnamon Rolls
Baked gluten free gingerbread cinnamon rolls with icing.
Baked lemon rolls topped with lemonade icing in a pan.
Gluten Free Lemon Rolls
Sandi Gaertner
How to make fluffy gluten free lemon sweet sticky rolls.
Make GF Lemon Rolls
Baked lemon rolls topped with lemonade icing in a pan.
Baked apple cinnamon rolls in a 9x13 pan.
Fluffy Gluten-Free Apple Cinnamon Rolls
Sandi Gaertner
Delicious gluten free apple cinnamon rolls with lots of apples and brown sugar swirled throughout.
Make GF Apple Cinnamon Rolls
A baking pan filled with apple cinnamon rolls. Three are frosted.
A peanut butter glazed cinnamon roll on a plate next to a plaid napkin.
Gluten Free Peanut Butter Cinnamon Rolls
Sandi Gaertner
How to make gluten free peanut butter glazed cinnamon rolls.
Make GF Peanut Butter Rolls
a close up of a peanut butter glazed cinnamon roll on a small white plate
A close up of the baked gluten free cranberry rolls topped with glaze.
Homemade Gluten Free Cranberry Rolls
Sandi Gaertner
This is a great recipe to make gluten free cranberry cinnamon rolls. They are perfect for the fall and winter holidays.
Make GF Cranberry Rolls
A close up of the baked gluten free cranberry rolls topped with glaze.
Baked gluten free pumpkin cinnamon rolls.
Gluten Free Pumpkin Cinnamon Rolls
Sandi Gaertner
Fluffy homemade gluten free pumpkin cinnamon rolls that are perfect for fall! Topped with a cinnamon icing.
Make GF Pumpkin Cinnamon Rolls
Baked gluten free pumpkin cinnamon rolls.

Gluten-Free Bread Recipes:

A loaf of gluten free Hawaiian bread with the ends sliced off so you can see the inside crumb.
Fluffy Sweet Gluten Free Hawaiian Bread
Sandi Gaertner
An incredibly easy to make gluten free Hawaiian bread that has all of the Hawaiian flavors you love.
Check out this recipe
A loaf of gluten free Hawaiian bread with the ends sliced off so you can see the inside crumb.
Slices of gluten free challah on a cutting board.
The Best Gluten Free Challah
Sandi Gaertner
This incredible gluten free challah is soft and springy like regular challah, and a bonus, this challah dough is easy to handle and braid!!
Make GF Challah
The top view of a sliced gluten free challah on a cutting board.
A sliced loaf of gluten free cinnamon raisin bread on a cutting board.
The Best Gluten Free Cinnamon Raisin Bread
Sandi Gaertner
This soft sweet gluten free cinnamon raisin bread is
Make GF Cinnamon Raisin Bread
A sliced loaf of gluten free cinnamon raisin bread on a cutting board.
Pulling a section of bread off the loaf.
Gluten Free Monkey Bread
Sandi Gaertner
Fluffy, delicious homemade Gluten Free Monkey Bread.
Make GF Monkey Bread
Monkey bread on a white plate. It is topped with glaze.
Sliced gf brioche on a cutting board.
Easy Gluten Free Brioche Recipe
Sandi Gaertner
This gluten free brioche recipe is an absolutely incredible yeast bread to make. If you are looking for a light fluffy gluten free brioche loaf, this is the bread recipe you need to make next!
Make GF Brioche
A stack of four slices of brioche on a plate.
A close up of a slice of stollen so you can see the almond paste in the middle.
Gluten Free Stollen
Sandi Gaertner
A delicious German Gluten Free Stollen Bread filled with almond paste, soaked fruit, and nuts.
Make GF Stollen
Sliced stollen on a wooden cutting board.
Two baked loaves of gluten free panettone bread on a rack.
Gluten Free Panettone
Sandi Gaertner
A light and fluffy gluten free panettone for the holidays. This gluten free Christmas bread is an Italian cake-like loaf that is absolutely delicious.
Make GF Panettone Bread
Two baked loaves of gluten free panettone bread on a rack.
A slice of gluten free poppy seed roll on a plate.
Czech Gluten Free Poppy Seed Roll
Sandi Gaertner
A delicious sweet bread that has layers of swirled poppy seed paste baked in. This is a traditional Czech pastry.
Make GF Poppy Roll Bread
The top view of a sliced poppy seed cake.

Gluten-Free Dinner Rolls:

A plate filled with baked garlic knots.
Gluten Free Garlic Knots
Sandi Gaertner
These delicious fluffy homemade gluten free garlic knots make an incredible roll to serve with any meal. They are easy to make too!
Make GF Garlic Knots
A plate filled with baked garlic knots.
A pan filled with baked honey rolls.
Fluffy Gluten Free Milk Honey Rolls
Sandi Gaertner
These amazing pillowy soft gluten free honey rolls are perfect as a side or as slider rolls!
Make GF Honey Rolls
A pan filled with baked honey rolls.

Gluten-Free Buns and Bagels:

Gluten free hamburger buns on a baking sheet.
Easy Gluten Free Hamburger Buns
Sandi Gaertner
A fluffy soft homemade gluten free hamburger buns recipe.
Make GF Burger Buns
Gluten free hamburger buns on a baking sheet.
Baked hot dog buns cooling on a rack.
Easy Gluten Free Hot Dog Buns Recipe
Sandi Gaertner
This is an incredible recipe for fluffy gluten free hot dog buns.
Make GF Hot Dog Buns
Baked hot dog buns cooling on a rack.
A wicker basket full of gluten free bagels.
Gluten Free Bagels
Sandi Gaertner
Delicious homemade gluten free bagels that can be made with either a sourdough starter or dry yeast.
Make GF Bagels
A stack of three gluten free cinnamon raisin bagels made with Steve's gluten free bread flour blend.
The Best Gluten Free Cinnamon Raisin Bagels
Sandi Gaertner
Learn how to make the most incredible gluten free cinnamon raisin bagels from scratch. I tested three gluten free flour blends so you know which work!
Make GF Cinnamon Raisin Bagels
A gluten free cinnamon raisin bagel sliced in half on a small white plate.
A bunch of gluten free soft pretzels cooling on a black wire rack.
Gluten Free Soft Pretzels
Sandi Gaertner
Delicious gluten free soft pretzels that are slightly crisp on the outside and soft and chewy on the inside!
Make GF Soft Pretzels
A bunch of gluten free soft pretzels cooling on a black wire rack.

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2 Comments

  1. Hi Sandy,
    I used the Steve’s Bread Flour in your Easy Oat Sandwich Bread recipe and noticed that I had to add more water. I had to add almost a cup more water to the recipe. It is rising now, so I’ll come back to let you know how it turned out. Do you know how much less of the Steve’s blend I would need on your bread recipes?
    Thanks, Nancy

    1. Hi Nancy, Yes, that blend does need a lot more water than standard 1:1 blends. I haven’t tested that flour blend in my oat bread recipe, so I am excited to hear how it turns out. You did the right thing adding more water.