For anyone interested in making their own gluten free flour, or learning more about all the variations, Cinde’s flour chart is a must have!
- Cinde Little writes the Everyday Gluten Free Gourmet food blog and teaches cooking classes in Calgary, Alberta. She became interested in gluten free cooking in 2009 after a friend was diagnosed with celiac disease. Food restrictions are real and learning to accommodate them is an important skill. As a passionate home cook, Cinde encourages everyone to just get in the kitchen and cook! Learn more about Cinde …
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Why 11 gluten free flour recipes?
I simply started noticing there were recipes with two and three and four ingredients. As I compared them I learned more and kept coming back to look at the differences. People at my classes found the information helpful so I shared what I had.
At my cooking classes, and on social media, I share a table I made demonstrating the variety of gluten free flour combinations people cook with. But that table doesn’t have recipes and people are always asking me for the recipes. Now, I’ve finally done a thorough search and I pulled them all together here.
Gluten free baking is a journey. Simply start where you are and keep baking.
Cinde’s ‘How to Use Gluten-Free Flour’ Series
- How to Use Oat Flour
- Gluten Free Whole Oats vs Quick Oats
- Gluten Free Baking By Weight
- How to Use Rice Flour in Gluten Free Baking
- How To Use Starch in Gluten Free Baking
- How To Use Corn Flour, Cornmeal and Masa Harina
- How To Use Almond Flour and Quinoa Flour
- How To Use Chickpea Flour
- How To Use Millet Flour and Sorghum Flour
- How To Use Teff Flour
- How To Use Buckwheat Flour
- How To Use Coconut Flour
- How To Use Binders in Gluten-Free Baking