Do you have a favorite gluten-free flour mixture you turn to for your gluten-free baking?
Previously I shared the pros and cons of using flour mixes over choosing to combine your own individual gluten-free flours to fit your baking needs.
Luckily there are many choices on the market to use in your own kitchen.
Start with the outcome you’re looking for – cookie, muffin, bread, cake – as each blend can produce a different result.
Check out the pros and cons list from my previous post, Which Gluten-Free Flour SHOULD You Use? to help determine which flour blend to try.
In the meantime, here are MORE gluten-free baking flour blends you can try out, shared by family, friends, and clients. (I have not yet tried all of these myself.)
You can find many of these in your local grocery store or online.
More gluten-free flour blends to try
Better Batter All Purpose GF Flour: rice flour, brown rice flour, tapioca starch, potato starch, potato flour, xanthan gum, pectin
GF Jules All Purpose GF Flour: Modified tapioca starches, potato starch, corn starch, white rice flour, corn flour, xanthan gum
Krusteaz All Purpose GF Flour: whole grain sorghum flour, brown rice flour, whole grain millet flour, rice flour (2% or less of food starch-modified, whole grain quinoa flour, xanthan gum)
Grandpas Kitchen Flour Non-GMO: white rice flour, potato starch, corn starch, tapioca flour, xanthan gum, brown rice flour, sorghum flour
Authentic Foods Multi-Blend GF Flour: Non-GMO: brown rice flour, sweet rice flour, tapioca starch, corn starch, potato starch, xanthan gum
Presidents Choice GF Flour: (Product from Canada) tapioca starch, modified pot starch, corn flour, modified cellulose, xanthan gum
Robin Hood All Purpose GF Flour: (Product from Canada) rice flour, potato starch, pea fiber, tapioca starch, xanthan gum
Caputo Fioreglut GF Flour: (Product from Italy) Gluten-Free Wheat Starch, Dextrose, Corn Starch, Buckwheat Flour, Rice Starch, Vegetable Fibers, Guar, Flavorings.
Overall there are many blends you can try out in your kitchen without having to buy all of the individual gluten-free flours before you understand which ones you like best.
Truthfully, I prefer to make my own blend with individual flours as my family has multiple allergies and intolerances. This is just an easier and safer bet that works for us.
We do bake a lot so always have different gluten-free flours on hand. Never a problem with wasting!
When traveling, picking up a gluten-free flour blend is the perfect way to have the flours you need, without carrying all the flours along when away from home.
Whether you prefer to use individual gluten-free flours or blends that are already prepared – we are in a good place with an abundance to use in our gluten-free baking. Win-win for sure!
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