Gluten Free All-Purpose Baking Flour is a blend of garbanzo bean flour, potato starch, whole grain white sorghum flour, tapioca flour and fava bean flour. It’s just the thing for those sensitive to gluten. Our Gluten Free All-Purpose Baking Flour can replace wheat flour in a variety of recipes with the addition of xanthan gum or guar gum.One serving of 34 grams contains 3.5 grams of whole grains and 10% of the recommended daily serving of fiber. This flour can be made into delicious homemade baked goods such as cakes, cookies, breads, and...
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Bob's Red Mill
Bob’s Red Mill is on a mission to prove that not all grains are created equal. Their line offers an array of whole grain products that retain the nutrient content of unprocessed grains, while sticking with the old school way of milling. But while there are many endearing aspects of this family company (Bob and his wife Charlee being one of them), it is the brand’s desire to place the integrity of...
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Serving Size: 1/4 cup (34g)
Servings Per Container:36
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Manufactured in a facility that also uses tree nuts and soy.
54 Members have left reviews!
Posted by Elizabeth from SARTELL, Minnesota
Love Bob's Red Mill flours! Great for baking. Plus a great price on Thrive!
will purchase again
Posted by Alena from AURORA, Colorado
Tested it in gluten-free baking. Works good.
Posted by Hilary from Snohomish, Washington
Posted by Verna from HOPEWELL JUNCTION, New York
On hand at all times... now will order from thrive again...
Gl free flour
Posted by deeanna from Los Lunas, New Mexico
Great for cakes
Works just as well
Posted by Padini from New York, New York
This is the best GF flour ive used— to directly substitute in most cases and in some cases with some oat flour or coconut flour to get a bit more texture and I like that it comes out soft when baked.
Exactly what I needed for my baking needs
Posted by Wanda from BEDFORD, New Hampshire
I've been looking for something like this that I can bake w/and still have low calories. When this went on sale I had to try it and am glad I did. I 1st used it to make TAIYAKI (FISH SHAPED PANCAKES) and it was a HIT