Gluten free bread fresh from the oven
Do you want to experience that aroma every day without having to leave the house? Then you will love our prebaked bread. There are now four different varieties: with the popular Ciabattine, the new hearty Ciabattine rustiche, the practical Mini baguette and the French-style Baguette you can definitely find the ideal bread to suit your taste.
The "new generation of bread" from the master baker
Our modern, somewhat hectic lifestyles mean that we have less and less time, even for shopping for fresh food such as bread. That is why supermarkets and corner shops are offering more and more bread varieties that keep for longer or only need to be baked for a short amount of time at home. Prebaked goods are becoming increasingly more popular and count for a growing proportion of market profits. Prebaked bread has an obvious advantage: it can be bought in large quantities because it keeps for longer than normal bread and then baked to perfection at home — oven-warm fresh crusty bread on the table whenever you like. This advantage makes our prebaked bread varieties perfectly suited to coeliac sufferers who do not want to go through life without enjoying fresh bread.
Three new prebaked breads from Schär
The master bakers at Schär have expanded their range of prebaked bread specialities to include three new gluten-free varieties for you: Brown Ciabatta Rolls is a hearty version of the popular White Ciabatta Rolls, with a multi-grain dough rich in healthy ingredients and fibre. The Baguette, in contrast, has a characteristically French taste and is ready to eat in just several minutes. That is exactly how long it also takes to bake the Panini Rolls. All three bread varieties retain their fresh taste for hours after being taken out of the oven.
Tips from the master baker
To enjoy fresh bread daily in small amounts, you don't have to waste lots of energy by always turning on the oven. Toaster ovens, mini ovens, toasters or sandwich grills, or microwaves with baking functions help save time and electricity when baking prebaked delicacies. If you can't eat all of it at once, that's no problem; just freeze the baked bread and then thaw it again later to enjoy fresh.