Healtheries Gluten Free Bread Mix

  • Enjoy healthy homemade, moist and delicious bread, rolls or pizza bases warm out of your oven with Bread Mix
  • A safe & nutritious bread mix tested to be Gluten free, enriched with B Vitamins, and is also a source of fibre
  • Quick & easy ‘ready to go’ bread mix; just add water, yeast & oil to make 2 delicious loaves
  • Available in 1kg pack

Healtheries Gluten Free Bread Mix

Product Overview

Why use Healtheries Gluten Free Bread Mix?

Are you tired of gluten free breads that resemble a brick and crumble in your fingers? In just a few easy steps you can open your own oven door to a range of fresh and delicious homemade breads.

Healtheries Gluten Free Bread Mix is free of gluten and has been enriched with B Vitamins Folic Acid and Thiamin for a healthy boost. This mix provides a source of fibre, which can help to keep you regular. It is also low in sugar.

So do you want pizza for dinner or soft bread rolls for lunch? It’s as easy as adding water, yeast and a splash of oil and letting your bread maker or oven do the rest!

Great for

  • Making homemade bread in either the oven or breadmaker (using the recipes provided) 
  • Quick and simple home-made bread, rolls or pizza bases 
  • Coeliacs, gluten intolerants and anyone following a gluten free diet 

Allergen Information

  • Gluten Free

Directions for Use

Directions for Use

  • Click on the link below to view the Gluten Free White Loaf Recipe or visit the Recipes section of the Healtheries website for further gluten free recipes.
  • So your last taste will be as good as the first, store this product in a cool dry place.

Bread Making Handy Hints

  • For best results we recommend weighing the bread mix.
  • Allow the yeast to soften and dissolve in water for a few moments before adding other ingredients. This will help the loaf to rise.
  • This product is dairy free, however, the texture and flavour of gluten free breads generally improves if you add extra protein. You can use an egg as part of the liquid content- just whisk an egg and add in water to the required volume. You can also add milk as part of the liquid measure. Grated cheese (1/2 cup) is another way to add protein & improve the texture.
  • Adding extra sugar or honey gives a lighter textured loaf: Try adding 1 tsp to the yeast & water mixture at the start. For the oven baked recipe, however, this reduces the raising and baking times, so please check!
  • Oil (or melted butter) in the recipe softens the breads crust.
  • If you add extra salt , don't let it come in contact with the yeast as this will deactivate it.
  • Gluten free breads tend to dry out quicker than other breads so can be frozen and thawed if not consumed within 1 or 2 days.



Rice Flour, Maize Starch, Tapioca Starch, Sugar, Vegetable Gum (Guar), Salt, Vitamins (Thiamin and Folic Acid)

Nutrition Information

Servings per package: 2 loaves of white bread

Serving size: 2 slices of bread

Average Quantity

Per Serving

Per 100 g Serving

2360kJ (564Cal)

1340kJ (319Cal)


glutenNil detected Nil detected
Fat, Total


- saturated


Carbohydrate, Total


- sugars


Dietary Fibre





1.4mg (127% RDI*)

Folic Acid 353mcg (177% RDI*)200mcg

*Recommended Dietary Intake (RDI).

Made in New Zeland from imported and local ingredients.