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12 Key Dairy-Free Bread Recipes made from Your Pantry

1 tsp baking soda 2 Tbs sugar, mixed with 1/2 tsp cinnamon (set aside) In a medium bowl, combine flour, baking soda, cinnamon and salt. In a mixing bowl, add butter and sugars. To make the delicious banana bread, you must mix the ingredients together before you pour it into a lined cake tin. Afterwards, you should have the perfect, easy to make banana bread. When people cut out dairy, their minds tend to go toward cheese, milk, and yogurt alternatives.


That's right, you can use your non-perishables to make the naturally dairy-free bread recipes below – and avoid the store! 12 Essential Dairy-Free Bread Recipes from Your Pantry All of the dairy-free bread recipes that follow can be made egg-free, nut-free, peanut-free, soy-free, sesame-free, and vegan. I've included a few gluten-free options. Quick Tip: Some of my dairy-free bread recipes call for dairy-free milk beverage. The Benefits of Baking Your Own Dairy-Free Bread At home, you don't need dough conditioners, preservatives, dairy, soy, nuts, or anything else you might want to avoid.


As mentioned, you can bake all of the recipes below straight from your pantry! You might think it's complicated, but the first thing we taught my niece how to bake was whole wheat bread. It's great for batch baking and freezing. I often bake mini loaves, individually wrap them, and just let a loaf thaw as we need. One of the most enjoyable, rewarding, and calming things to me is baking bread.

Nothing beats making a sandwich or toast with thickly-sliced homemade bread. You can add or omit spices, toss in favorites like chocolate chips or dried blueberries, and use whatever liquid sweetener you have on hand. A good gluten-free flour blend that's made for baking should also substitute well in this recipe. I've actually got a few pantry options for this type of bread! My favorite is the Healthy Pumpkin Bread pictured. But for a more indulgent version, try my Popular Moist Vegan Pumpkin Bread. If you need gluten-free and top allergen-free, you'll love my Perfect Pumpkin Bread for All. All three recipes are straight from the pantry! It doesn't require any rising time, and it works great as toast, dinner bread, and even sandwiches. It's just a little more rustic and fragile than yeast bread. Most soda bread recipes call for eggs and buttermilk, but this one is vegan! It's a brown bread, but you can use all-purpose flour, if needed. This time-tested classic is a naturally dairy-free quick bread and minimal ingredients. This is one of our most popular recipes here on Go Dairy Free. I often use an egg in this recipe, but the egg-free and vegan options also work well. This is a speedy, no-rise dairy-free bread recipe. I usually bake a full batch, and individually wrap and freeze any that we can't eat within a couple of days. When you need some savory bread bites, bake up these dinner rolls. They also work great for making sliders or sandwiches, and taste delicious with your favorite spread. This is a big batch recipe, so you can freeze some for later. These are my favorite biscuits in the world, dairy-free or not. The original recipe is in Go Dairy Free, but I have a couple of variations online. Try my Gluten-Free Dairy-Free Cream Biscuits (with All-Purpose Option) or my Whole Wheat Dairy-Free Biscuits Recipe. And yes, these really are pantry recipes – no buttery spread or other dairy alternatives required! It's a natural pantry recipe that pretty much uses flour, water, oil, and a little salt. I use the recipe in Go Dairy Free most often, but we do have a few recipes posted online. Try this Basic Pizza Dough Recipe, Big Batch Pizza Dough (with pantry sauce recipe), or Whole Wheat Pizza Dough. This is another naturally dairy-free bread recipe – as long as you don't top it with cheese! Dairy-Free Bread Machine / Bread Maker Recipes All of the following recipes are dairy-free and vegan, made for bread machines, AND can be made solely from pantry ingredients.