Sukrin Mixes

Our delicious Free-From mixes are gluten-free, sugar-free and low-carb. Really simple to make, use as they are or as a base to make hundreds of great tasting recipes. Now everyone can enjoy bread and cake without compromising on taste.

 
 
 
 
 

Free-From Bread Mix

Sukrin Bread Mix: low-carb, free-from bread mix made with oats, sesame and almond flour

 
 
 

Free From Bread
220g

 

About Sukrin Free-From Bread Mix

Made with delicious oat, sesame and almond flour

  • No gluten, sugar, wheat, yeast or soya
  • Low-carb - 2g per slice
  • Great taste and texture
  • High-fibre - 18%
  • Just add water, No proofing or kneading required
  • 15% pure protein
  • Great for special diets

Sukrin Free-From Bread Mix is a delicious gluten-free bread with only 2 grams of carbs per slice and no compromise on taste or texture. Developed by our team of nutritionists in Norway, our wheat, soy and yeast free bread is made from a wholesome blend of oat, sesame and almond flours. The ingredients for our wonderful low-carb bread are carefully blended and packed under the strictest conditions to ensure our mix remains gluten-free. Sukrin Gluten-Free bread mix contains no artificial colours, additives or preservatives, and is made with non-GMO ingredients..



How to use

Really easy to make, all you need to do is add water, stir and bake, no proofing or kneading required. The water can also be replaced with milk, yoghurt or creme fraiche if preferred. With it’s great taste and texture, our bread is delicious on it’s own, and makes great toast. Use Sukrin Low-Carb Bread mix as a base for numerous recipes, easily make your own gluten-free low-carb pizza base, muffins, burger and hot dog buns, scones and focaccia, or add Sukrin Gold and dried fruit and nuts for a delicious sweet version. Sukrin Free-From bread makes great tortilla wraps, simply add more liquid to the mix, roll out between two pieces of parchment paper and bake for 10 minutes at 200c, GM 8.



How to make

  • Preheat your oven to 170ºC (Gas Mark 3)
  • Put the Bread Mix into a bowl and add the amount of water (or milk) specified on the pack.
  • Mix well and leave the mix to rest for four minutes to thicken.
  • Spoon into the tray included, or directly on a baking tray lined with parchment, smoothing into a loaf shape with your spoon.
  • Place in the oven and bake for 65-70 minutes until golden. Remove from tin or tray and allow your loaf to cool completely on a rack.

The bread is best kept in a bag in the refrigerator, where it will last for 4 to 5 days. May also be sliced and frozen.



Lifestyle

Incredibly low in carbs, our bread is perfect for those who choose to follow a low-carb lifestyle, or simply want to live a little healthier. Whilst having only 2 gram of carbs per 30g slice, which is 1/10th of the carbs in wholemeal bread, it contains 15% pure protein, and 18% dietary fibre. Sukrin bread is perfect for replacing regular bread, with few health benefits, with a bread that´s delicious and exceedingly nutritious!!



Health Conditions and dietary requirements

Our Free-From bread is very helpful for people on special diets. Low in carbs, Sukrin bread is perfect for anyone who has been advised to follow a low-carb lifestyle, such as those with diabetes. Sukrin bread is a low-GI food, and has minimal effect on blood sugar. It´s also high in dietary fibre which is beneficial to the digestive system. As well as being gluten-free, and suitable for coeliacs, our bread, unlike many other dietary breads available, contains no yeast and so is also suitable for Candida sufferers.

About the ingredients

FAQ

Frequently asked questions about Sukrin Free from Bread

Is the nutritional information for baked bread?

The nutritional information is for bread cooked according to the instructions on the pack.



What size loaf does one pack make?

A 220g pack made according to the instructions makes a 600g loaf.



The GDA information on the pack shows a moderate amount of salt in the bread mix. Why is there this amount of salt?

The GDA (Guideline Daily Amount) by law includes not only a tiny amount of mineral salt, added to enhance flavour, but must also include the salts that occur naturally in the raising agents.



The bread does not contain flour - so what is it made from?

Sukrin bread is made not from traditional flours, but a unique high quality mix of sesame, almond and oat flours, healthy psyllium and pea fibres, mineral salt, some raising agents and a touch of Sukrin sweetness. Our bread contains no artificial additives, colours or preservatives. All our products are made with non-GMO ingredients.



What is Sukrin?

Sukrin Zero Carb Zero Calorie Natural Sweetener is purely made from the natural polyol erythritol derived from GM-Free corn starch. It contains no artificial colours, additives or preservatives, and is naturally gluten-free. Sukrin Sweeteners are non-glycemic.

Can I make Sukrin bread in a bread machine?

Sukrin bread mix is so easy to make that there really is no need to use as bread machine. However if you do, simply use a ´bake` setting, one that doesn´t have a kneading or proving stage, referring to Manufacturers manual.



The bread doesn`t contain yeast. What makes it rise?

The raising agents in our bread mix are Sodium Bicarbonate, and Disodium Phosphate.

Sodium Bicarbonate (NaHCO3) commonly called baking soda is a natural substance used in the human body within the bloodstream to regulate pH as a counterbalance to acid build up, which is critical to life. It affects the pH of cells and tissues, balances cell voltage, and increases CO2 which helps with oxygenation. It is also used as a raising agent in cooking.

Disodium Phosphate is often used to add texture to gluten-free goods. Phosphates (there are 7 types; disodium phosphate is one of those) are used in medicine to treat high calcium levels in the blood, low phosphorous levels, and calcium-based kidney stones.

Phosphorous occurs naturally in animal-based foods (meat, milk, eggs, fish), nuts, and legumes, and is used in the body, along with calcium, to add structure and strength to our bones and teeth.



How long does the bread last?

Sukrin bread, well wrapped, will last in the fridge for up to 5 days, or can be frozen..



Does Sukrin bread freeze?

Sukrin bread freezes really well. Just slice, freeze and defrost by popping in the toaster.



Can I toast Sukrin bread?

Sukrin bread is delicious toasted.



Can I use Sukrin Bread Mix as a base for other bread recipes?

Absolutely! Sukrin Bread mix makes the perfect base for hundreds of bread based recipes, from pizza to wraps, from burger buns to focaccia!



Can I bake the bread in a tin?

You can bake Sukrin Free-From bread very successfully in a small loaf tin, if not using the one provided with the pack be sure to grease and line it or use a silicone form.



Does Sukrin bread contain any allergens?

Sukrin Free-From bread contains sesame, almond and egg.



What are the net carbs of Sukrin bread?

´Net Carbs´ are the total carb content of a product, less the dietary fibre and sugar alcohol if present, as these are carbs that have minimal effect on the blood sugar. The ´net carb´ total is used by lots of people who follow a low carb lifestyle.

The total carb content per 100g of Sukrin bread is only 3.9g, minus dietary fibre content of 7.5g means that Sukrin Low Carb bread has an incredible net carb total of ZERO!



Is Sukrin bread suitable for diabetics?

With 2g carbohydrate per slice (30g), and net carbs of zero, our bread is a perfect addition to your diabetic healthy eating plan.



Is Sukrin bread suitable for vegans and vegetarians?

Sukrin bread is suitable for vegetarians, but not for vegans as it contains egg powder.



Is Sukrin bread suitable for the Atkins diet?

With 2g carbohydrate per slice (30g), and net carbs of zero, our bread is a perfect addition to your Atkins healthy eating plan.



Is Sukrin bread suitable if I am lactose intolerant?

Sukrin Free-From Bread contains no lactose.