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Amount Per Serving
- Certified Gluten-Free
- Certified Kosher
- Made By Hand
- Made in USA
- Sourced Direct From Farmers
- Cholesterol Free
- Dairy Free
- Dye and Color Additive Free
- Low Fat
- No Added Sugar or Sweeteners
- No Artificial Ingredients
- No Trans Fats
- Preservative Free
- SLS Free
- Sugar Free
Reviews For Tapioca Flour
Based on 29 Reviews
A must have when trying all the fancy Paleo recipes
- Raven Carey
Great AIP flour
I love this as a part of an Autoimmune Paleo Protocol flour replacement mix. If you are AIP- buy this, arrowroot, green banana flour, and fine milled coconut flour and your pantry is set. Thrives price is very competitive too.
- Ashley Johnson
Great for making flour
I used this to make a homemade gluten free flour mixture for baking. I learned the hard way that this is not in itself a replacement for flour! But mixed with other flours like rice/oat/arrowroot it works great
- Anna Ligas
I love this! It's smooth, the taste is mild so you can use it in anything, and it's economical! I love almond flour/meal, but it can be so expensive, so in cloud bread or breaded recipes, this is my new go-to! I'm slowly but surely bringing my husband over to the Paleo side of life, and he can't taste anything lingering when I use this, and it doesn't make things goopy like arrowroot does when used as a thickener for gravies/sauces, etc.
Works well in all my gluten free recipes.
Haven't used, yet. Looking for easy recipes.
Best price and a must have for a GF or Paleo lifestyle. Thank you Thrive!!!
Can'f go wrong with Bob's Red Mill products
Another staple I always have for gluten free baking.
Bob's brand is always good!
I LOVE this tapioca flour! Thanks to Thrive, I can now get it for 1/3 of what local stores were charging!
I don't know what others use this for, but we coat chicken nuggets and cook in coconut oil for delicious chicken nuggets.
Works well in place of Cornstarch! I am buying again!
Excellent for gluten-free baking
Tapioca flour is great for replicating the chewy nature of gluten. It's the only flour I've found that can make a perfect gluten-free gravy and perfect homemade alfredo sauce. I use it in combination with coconut flour to make my favorite pizza crust and cinnamon rolls. I always keep it on hand anytime I need something to have that flexible element.
Bob's Red Mill Tapioca Flour
I've switched over using Tapioca flour in place of Arrowroot...just seems to work so much better. The price for this is EXCELLENT...I can purchase 3 bags for the price of one at the grocery store...THANKS for fast shipment and excellent products
Not too many uses for it.
I am not a cooking expert so I have not found many uses for this tapioca flour as of yet. So far, I have mixed it with my gluten free flour to satisfy my paleo diet.
It took a few errors to come up with the right consistency. It was harder to absorb and in turn took longer to cook. But it did turn out to be a great tasting bread. Now, I have to find more recipes to make better use of this flour.
- O. Guzman
My secret ingredient!
Probably not so secret, but I love it regardless! My boyfriend has a gluten allergy and ever since we started dating, I've been looking for ways to cook gluten-free versions of his favorite foods. The big ones are pizza and meat buns. I recently added tapioca flour to my gluten-free flour mixture (potato starch, rice flour, and seasonings) and he was so pleased with the results! It's the closest I've ever gotten to tasting like the real thing. I'm not really exactly sure how or why the tapioca flour does what it does to the dough, but it definitely went in the right direction. Compared to previous batches, it was flakier on the outside and softer/doughier on the inside, and didn't interfere as much with the flavors in the pizza or the meat buns. It's not a huge part of the flour ratio so this 20oz bag is perfect, and a great price.
I love backing and have been using regular gluten flower my entire life. My father was advised to cut gluten from his diet a few years back which brought my baking to a halt. He can't eat my food anymore!
Now I use this flour in-place of conventional backing flower and now he can eat again! This flower is gluten-free and I am happy! The only negative factor I have found is that the bag is hard to reseal. I wish they could add some kind of Velcro or fastener to keep the product fresher longer.
- AJ Parker
My household is completely dependent on Bob's Red Mill Tapioca Flour! We use it for just about everything. I have a gluten-free child and I follow a Paleo lifestyle so this flour is great for us, and not to mention delicious! It adds a great taste to my baking goods and it also makes for a nice crispy crust for gluten-free pizzas!
- D. Diaz
Great for Baking
This is my go-to flour now for paleo baked goods; i've been using this alot to make pao de queijo (brazilian cheese bread), and so far Thrive is where i've found the best price, which is important since I go through it quickly.
Great for gravy
The description for this says it is a replacement for wheat flour, but I haven't had any luck using it alone. It works well combined with other GF flours.
It does work well with gravy and gives it an interesting sweet taste. I really like it as a thickener in pudding!
- Jeff Cotten
Great gluten-free flour
Tapioca is one of many replacement flours for those of us who can't have gluten. This flour can be great mixed with some other GF flour or used alone in some recipes.
It in great in use with deserts because of its mild sweet flavor.
Bob's Red Mill makes great products for everyone and it's really cool that you can get a great deal on them here at Thrive Market.
- Selly B.
No GMOs here
When you use corn starch you risk the chance of ingesting GMOs. Nobody wants that. If GMOs were OK for you then there wouldn't be so many countries banning them.
Tapioca flour is the perfect thickening replacement to corn starch and wheat flour. It also adds a nice little sweet taste to your gravy and soup!
I honestly hadn't heard of Tapioca Flour until my bread recipe called for it. I went on a hunt at my local grocery store and health food markets to no avail. When I found it online, it was just way too expensive. On a whim, I decided to see if Thrive had it, and they definitely just saved my plans for the holiday get-together!
It worked out really well in my recipe. You definitely get a lot of the flour in one bag, so I'd be able to make a lot of bread with this. Great value for the money!
Great for gluten-free baking
I love that Thrive Market carries tapioca flour, and at an excellent price. You can't beat the cost, and since it's from Bob's Red Mill you know it's good stuff.
I like to add this to my gluten-free baking mix for many things. I make s nice crispy crust for pies and even for pizza. It browns beautifully. It also helps make my cupcake fluffy and springy!
- Selene Bollen
Terrific Gluten-Free Flour!
Due to my celiac disease, I need to avoid gluten. Like many others, I can satisfy my "wheat" cravings with gluten free flours. There are many different types and brands of GF flour, but I like this Bob's Red Mill the most.
This tapioca flour is one of many I like to use when backing. Cookies, cakes, brownies and so much more comes out just as light and airy as the gluten filled verities. I sometimes use it as part of a GF flour mix.
- Mercedes Gordon
Solid Flour, Lots of Uses
Most of Bob's products are really good and natural, so they fit most diet plans. I'm not following any particular diet, but I do like to eat as healthy as possible, and I want my kids to cut sugar and oils as much as possible.
I use tapioca flour to substitute for normal white flour if I'm making cookies or cake. Most times, I mix the tapioca flour with wheat flour, especially if I'm making chocolate chip molasses cookies, where I cut 2/3 of the sugar. The flour does take some getting used to as it doesn't react the way standard white flour does, but it doesn't take long to get it right.
- Idina Woods
Paleo friendly and gluten free, lots of trial and error
I'm on a gluten free, Paleo diet, so this tapioca flour is right up my alley. The price is decent for the amount you get, so no complaints on that end. But if you're not some kind of cooking expert, it's a lot of mistakes with this flour.
It doesn't have the same consistency and texture as wheat flour, so I've have a lot of failures in my baking trying to figure out how much water to use. It doesn't soak up water the same way, so you kind of have to experiment before you get it right. But when you do, it works really well.
- Ilene Wotan
Gluten Free Flour!
I'm on a gluten-free diet, and the flour I need is never available at my local grocer. I don't have a Whole Foods near me, either, so I had to do research online, and I started reading about Bob's Red Mill products. The tapioca flour was a good price, and I do a lot of baking, so I bought a pack.
Love, love, love this flour! It's perfect for most all the stuff I like to bake, and it's healthy. If you dip your finger in the flour, you'll notice it has this slight sweetness, which makes fresh bread and muffins taste wonderful, even when I cut the sugar in half like I do for all my baking.
- Irene W.
Bob's does it again
I've tried a bunch of Bob's Red Mill products, and always found them to be healthy and great. I decided to buy tapioca flour because I developed an allergy to wheat products, and I couldn't use wheat flour in my baking anymore.
The flour is outstanding, and can be substituted whenever you would use wheat flour a part of your recipe. I've used it to bake bread and pastries, and I've also used in sauces and soups to make them heavier and. And the price here is almost half what I've seen on other sites, which is awesome.
- Ian Wagner
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