This gluten free Irish soda bread is a healthy snack or breakfast for St. Patrick’s Day. Nobody will miss the wheat in this delicious bread!
Irish soda bread is a delicious tradition in many families. All four of my grandparents immigrated to the U.S. from Ireland, so I’ve had my share of soda bread over the years.
There’s the dry, savory version full of caraway seeds, and then there’s the slightly sweet variety dotted with raisins or nuts. I’m partial to the sweeter version, so that’s how I make mine.
My family loves this light, gluten free Irish soda bread fresh out of the oven. The flavor and texture aren’t far off from whole wheat Irish soda bread, so this is a great version to serve to a mixed-diet group. The gluten-free people will appreciate this delicious bread, and the gluten eaters won’t miss the wheat.
As with most homemade bread, this tastes best the day it’s made. If it doesn’t get gobbled up right away, you can store it in an airtight container for a couple days. It makes great toast after it starts to get stale. Top it with butter or jam for a delicious snack.
Gluten Free Irish Soda Bread Price Breakdown
This recipe costs $4.21 to make, or $.35 per slice. Try this gluten free Irish soda bread for a healthy, delicious snack for St. Patrick’s Day.