The BEST simple gluten free flour recipe
Look no further, this is just the easiest and best gluten free flour recipe. It works cup for cup in most recipes, tastes delicious (thanks to no garbanzo bean flour), and only takes four ingredients. It is the simplest gluten free flour blend that is so much cheaper than buying a premade flour blend!
When you think of gluten-free baking, do you think the word simple?
Is that the word that comes to mind?
Or is it more like “overwhelming,” “complicated,” “flippin-disastrous”?
I’ve been in the place of wanting to throw in the towel with gluten-free baking.
But, you guys, this gluten free flour blend is simple.
Gluten free baking has become simple.
If you’re stuck in a place of overwhelm, put down all the other complicated mixes and blends. This is the only all-purpose gluten-free flour recipe you need.
Here are three reasons why this is the best gluten-free flour recipe:
1. It’s simple (wait, did I already say that?).
2. It’s inexpensive (like, waaaaaaay cheaper than buying pre-made blends).
3. It only takes 4 Ingredients.
You can dump all of these flours into a large container, shake it up, and you’re done! One recipe lasts my family of six 2-3 weeks depending on how many baked goods I make.
Cup for cup gluten free flour
Here are the types of regular recipes where you can replace all-purpose or whole wheat flour cup for cup with this gluten-free blend and have great results:
DO NOT use it cup for cup in these recipes
This gluten-free flour does not work cup for cup in bread or pastry recipes. These rely on gluten to make traditional recipes work, which isn’t present in this blend (obviously).
Things that won’t work are:
- Yeast breads
- Doughnuts (I know it’s a yeast bread, but worth repeating)
- Pizza dough (again, worth repeating!)
Yeast breads are still possible with this flour, though!
You’ll just need to follow a gluten-free specific recipe like these ones:
Where to buy the ingredients you need
I purchase my flours in bulk from Azure Standard. This is the most cost-effective way. They’re high quality and cheaper than nearly every other place.
This recipe makes 9 cups of homemade gluten free flour for cheap. The total cost of this recipe is about $4.82.
Mine technically costs less than this because I buy brown rice flour in a 25 pound bag, and the starches in five pound bags, so they’re even cheaper.
Yours may cost a little bit more if you aren’t able to purchase in bulk.
- Mix all ingredients together in a large container and shake well to fully combine
- You can also whisk ingredients together in a large bowl and then transfer to a large container
- Store in an air-tight container in a dry place
It doesn’t have to be complicated.
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