Easy to make Gluten-Free, Leaven-Free Communion Bread

“Because there is one bread, we who are many are one body, for we all partake of the one bread.”  (1 Corinthians 10:17 ESV)

There are several believers in our church fellowship that are gluten-free. So, a few nights ago my husband asked me to find a gluten-free bread recipe to prepare for this Sunday’s communion service. He not only wanted the bread to be gluten-free for our GF brothers and sisters, but he also wanted it to be a one-loaf, leaven-free bread that all of the believers in the church could have. The following is a link to the GFJules’ Gluten-Free Pita or Naan Bread recipe that I found. This recipe is EXTREMELY EASY to prepare, tastes great (not that it matters a whole lot), and best of all it is gluten-free, leaven-free, and easy to make as one loaf.


FYI: I didn’t have any of the recommended GF flour on hand, so I used what I had. And, instead of making five mini-loafs, I made one loaf. In order to do this and not have any issues with the bread, I greased the parchment paper and spread the dough out with a greased pie roller (much like I would have if I was making a pie crust). I then baked it for ten minutes at 425 degrees on convection bake, flipped it, and gave it four minutes more on the other side. Baking this bread takes like twenty minutes from start to finish. If you have a need for a gluten-free, leaven-free, one-loaf type of communion bread- this recipe is perfect. Thanks to GF Jules- your bread is just what I was looking for.

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