Hi Joyce! So you only have GF millet and tapioca …

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Hi Joyce! So you only have GF millet and tapioca flour… it might work. Please note that I personally haven’t tried it. Do you have the rest of the ingredients? If you do the psyllium husk will help to bind the ingredients together for sure. And the GF baking powder will also help to lighten the bread a bit being that it’s a yeast-free recipe. If you do decide to try it, please let us know how it turns out.

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Hi! Do you have a basic white or rapid setting on your bread machine? That might work better as you only need to mix and baking this recipe. Or us a dough setting and mix the ingredients for 5 minutes then reset your bread machine to bake for 1:10 up to 1:20 minutes. If it’s still too wet decrease the liquids in the recipe. I have many new bread machine recipes in my new cookbook and a few are without yeast. I also have this recipe that could work for your mom: https://www.freshisreal.com/easy-to-make-low-carb-flaxseed-bread-machine-recipe/ Simply leave out the pinch of yeast. Let me know if you have more questions. Chantal


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