Bread – Wheat Gluten Free, Dairy Free, Egg Free, Corn Free

Does anyone know of a bread made without gluten, dairy, corn or eggs? I have Celiac and just found out that I am also allergic to corn, dairy and eggs! HELP!!!

I must admit that at first I thought this might be near impossible. But a little digging turned up a couple of options.

Ener G Foods makes several types of bread. Their Tapioca Loaf is free from gluten, wheat, casein, dairy, egg, soy, nut, and corn.

Ingredients listed on their website are:
Filtered Water, Rice Flour, Tapioca Starch, High Oleic Safflower Oil, Pear Juice Concentrate, Bamboo Fiber, Yeast, Methylcellulose, Guar Gum, Orange Citrus Fiber, Salt, Calcium Phosphate, Sugar Cane Fiber, Baking Powder (Glucono Delta Lactone & Calcium Carbonate). Enriched with Thiamin (Vitamin B1), Riboflavin Vitamin B2),Niacin, Iron ,Folic acid and Vitamin D.

Enjoy Life Foods makes a bagel that might work for you. They do not list their facility as being corn free, but it is free from peanuts, tree nuts, egg, wheat, dairy, soy, fish and shellfish.

Ingredients listed on their website are:
Water; Brown and White Rice Flours; Tapioca Flour; Expeller-Pressed Vegetable Oil (Safflower Oil and/or Sunflower Oil); Honey; Grape, Apple and Pear Juice Concentrates; Natural Rice Dextrin; Rice Protein; Amaranth Flour; Ground Flaxseed; Xanthan Gum; Yeast; Salt

Enjoy Life products can be found through online stores and in grocery stores nationwide.

Ener G products can be bought through their website: http://www.ener-g.com

COMMENTS

WORDPRESS: 34
  • comment-avatar

    In addition to the Ener-G bread you mentionned, Miss Roben’s has a mix that can be made allergen-free:
    http://www.learningtoeatallergyfree.com/2010/02/eighth-wonder-of-world-miss-robens-soft.html

    Also – if you want something off-the-shelf Food for Life makes a millet bread and also a rice bread (free of eggs, wheat, milk, soy…). These can be found in the frozen food section.

  • comment-avatar

    Thanks Colette for the suggestions. I didn’t suggest the Miss Roben’s mix since it called for egg. I’m glad to hear you were able to make it well with an egg substitute!

    I forgot to mention that there are also multiple from scratch recipes that can be found that are free of the above allergens…if one has the time to make bread from scratch. :)

  • comment-avatar
    Sally Weber 7 years

    Breads from Anna are great mixes!! http://www.breadsfromanna.com

  • comment-avatar

    Thanks Sally! I love that this website has recipe ideas for the mixes and recommends alternatives for egg–like flaxseed.

  • comment-avatar
    Brightmoon008 5 years

    From Main Post:
    “Enjoy Life Foods makes a bagel that might work for you. They do not list their facility as being corn free, but it is free from peanuts, tree nuts, egg, wheat, dairy, soy, fish and shellfish.

    Ingredients listed on their website are:
    Water; Brown and White Rice Flours; Tapioca Flour; Expeller-Pressed Vegetable Oil (Safflower Oil and/or Sunflower Oil); Honey; Grape, Apple and Pear Juice Concentrates; Natural Rice Dextrin; Rice Protein; Amaranth Flour; Ground Flaxseed; Xanthan Gum; Yeast; Salt

    Enjoy Life products can be found through online stores and in grocery stores nationwide.

    Ener G products can be bought through their website: http://www.ener-g.com

    Xanthan Gum is listed on the corn allergy website as not being safe for corn allergies. Guar gum is ok…Xanthan is not.

  • comment-avatar

    Thanks Brightmoon008 for commenting and letting us know about xanthan gum and corn.

  • comment-avatar
    Cheryl 5 years

    I was just curious which bread ended up working for you? My daughter is 15 months old and is allergic to eggs, milk, peanuts and corn. The corn allergy has been very difficult! Thank you!

  • comment-avatar

    Hi Cheryl, thanks for stopping by. If corn is an issue – you might want to try making your own bread. Brightmoon 008 suggested that xanthan gum is not safe for some with corn allergies. You might want to ck with your allergist about that. If he/she okays it – then Enjoy Life Foods might be right for you. I hope that helps!

  • comment-avatar
    Sue Calhoun 5 years

    I may have Chrohn’s disease and need some advice on recipes. I am lactose intolerant and wheat goes through my system very quickly. I am missing enzymes that would aid the digestion. Do you have any suggestions?

    Sue

  • comment-avatar
    Lisa Petersen 5 years

    If you have to make your own bread, Ener G makes an egg replacer that contains no corn ingredients, that acts as an emulsifier. Add ground flaxseed for a binder – blend I TBSP in 1.5 ounces warm water (subtracted from your total water content).

  • comment-avatar

    Sue – I am working on finding an answer to your question.

    Lisa – thanks for the great tips. Flaxseed does work well for a binder and is super healthy for you too! :)

  • comment-avatar
    erin 5 years

    Chebe brand makes dry mixes that are dairy, corn, rice, potato, wheat/gluten, soy, gmo, yeast, peanut and tree nut free! It is made from tapioca. you can use egg substitutes, in addition to water or milk subtitute and an oil that you tolerate.
    http://www.chebe.com/

  • comment-avatar

    Erin – thanks so much for stopping by and sharing!

  • comment-avatar
    Jessica 5 years

    I have always had an egg allergy, but I just found out that I also have corn, wheat, peanut and dairy allergies as well. All of this information has been very helpful! Thank you!

  • comment-avatar
    Antoinette Simpson 5 years

    what can cook for my 1 year old daughter that does not have Wheat, Peanuts,Soy,Egg White, and Dairy in it

  • comment-avatar

    Antoinette – Multiple food allergies can be a challenge – especially when dealing with young eaters.

    Fortunately there are numerous cookbooks out there that deal with wheat, peanut, soy, egg and dairy allergies.

    Following is a link to our cookbook page:
    http://www.bestallergysites.com/food-allergy-cookbook-list/

    And here is a link to a book that deals with your above allergies:
    http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1587613484/ref=as_li_qf_sp_asin_il?ie=UTF8&tag=besallsit-20&linkCode=as2&camp=217145&creative=399369&creativeASIN=1587613484

    I sincerely hope this helps! Thanks for stopping by!

  • comment-avatar
    Pat 5 years

    When I turned 70 I found out I have allergys to dairy, wheat, soy, egg whites and pecans..thanks I hope all of your info will help me out..thanks..

  • comment-avatar

    Thanks Pat for stopping by and commenting. I hope our website help you out too!

  • comment-avatar
    Pea 4 years

    In regards to the TapIoca loaf @Ener G foods I believe someone mentioned that the bread does not contain corn. Which is incorrect it does contain corn the ingredients states that they use baking power and baking powder contains cornstarch just a heads up. :)

  • comment-avatar
    Editor 4 years

    Pea, thank you so much for stopping by to comment and share! I appreciate the info on the Tapioca Loaf.

  • comment-avatar
    Alice 4 years

    Used to buy the Ener-G bread for my son with similar allergies. I didn’t think it was very good and resembled cardboard but he didn’t know any better. Then, I discovered the Vegan Oat Bread from Outside the BreadBox (a gluten-free bakery out of Colorado). When you get it fresh, it’s soft and feels and tastes way better. They make deliveries to my local gluten free store. You might want to check to see if they deliver to a store near you. I have an ongoing order for this, one loaf every 2 weeks. This is what I pack for him for school. Wheat, dairy, egg and corn free.

  • comment-avatar
    Editor 4 years

    Thanks Alice for sharing. I think any fresh bread, but especially gluten free, tastes better freshly baked.

  • comment-avatar
    Charity Dawson 4 years

    I have a 10 year old son that is allergic to corn, wheat, dairy products, peaches, blueberries and latex. I am having a rough time feeding him as he is always hungry and I am thinking that I am finding him foods that are clear of the products listed and come to find out I am doing more harm then good. We go back to the Dr. on Monday to have him tested for Celiac disease.

  • comment-avatar
    Editor 4 years

    Charity,

    Thanks for stopping by and commenting. I’m so sorry to hear you are having such a tough time. Best of luck at the Dr. Keep us updated on what you find out.

  • comment-avatar
    Liam Edwards 4 years

    Hi there i love the gluten free breads, i just had a question for all your gluten free guys our there eating this, do you guys get a small wave of depression after eating these breads? I notice it especially with this one brand ” Odi” gluten free breads, it lasts a few days its really crummy.. I suppose I have an allergy to something in the bread the recipes. I can eat regular gluten and not get depressed at all, its just the gluten free stuff with some products

  • comment-avatar
    Angel 4 years

    Hi just found out my 5 year old son is allergic to eggs,milk,corn,chicken,beef and coconut!So overwhelmed!I wish I had a list of what he could eat!I have found some cereal he can have so that’s a plus!I wish we could go out to eat without him just eating French fries!I feel like I’m stuck in a life where I’ll have to make everything he eats!And he’ll be starting Kindergarden next year!!!He’ll defiantly have a packed lunch everyday!The corn is so limiting!!!

  • comment-avatar
    Rachel 4 years

    Thanks so much for posting the comments. I have two that have allergies and intolerances. In order to keep my son safe (egg, potato, soy, dairy, citrus, peanut) I have to modify my daughters gluten free foods. I had gotten into a habit of using Burgan white for her school lunch – which now has egg.. I had forgotten about using flaxseed as a binder. I will be trying a loaf today in our specially for GF breadmaker. And yes, without egg to make it soft, warm is better.

  • comment-avatar

    Thanks for stopping by Rachel. Hope the flax works out for you!

  • comment-avatar

    Angel – so sorry to hear that you are dealing with so many allergies! We’re hoping to add a corn section to our site soon. Stay tuned and best of luck!

  • comment-avatar
    patty 1 year

    My daughter is allergic to Egg, Peanut, Dairy, Soy and Rice. Any suggestions for safe bread products?

  • comment-avatar

    Hi Patty,
    You might be able to find something from Silver Hills Bakery: http://www.silverhillsbakery.ca/ That’s one of our favorite bread brands in our home (we avoid peanut, tree nuts, dairy, eggs, gluten). Please send an update if you find another brand

  • comment-avatar
    Carol 9 months

    Grandson is allergic to wheat,wht potato, rice, soy, cows milk, eggs & corn flour to name a few. Am looking for a bread recipe that doesn’t taste like cardboard. Help please

  • comment-avatar

    Amazing! Its really amazing post, I have got much clear idea regarding from this piece of writing.

  • comment-avatar

    Excellent website. Lots of useful information here.
    thank you in your effort!

  • DISQUS: 0