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Gluten-Free Flour Mix Recipe

This Gluten Free Flour Mix Recipe is a pantry staple.

This Gluten-Free Flour Mix Recipe is a great DIY to keep in your recipe box and pantry.  This homemade mix is such a money saver.  Why buy baking mix when you can make your own?  Store in your pantry so you can prepare all of your gluten free baked goods with ease.  I hope you enjoy gluten free baking with it as much as I do.  Simply make a batch and keep it on hand for all your baking needs.

I use it cup for cup in recipes as a substitute for regular flour in recipes.  I like to keep this mix on hand to dust my counter when I am baking, to coat meats when breading them and to use as a thickening agent in gravy or sauces.  By adding xantham gum I am able to create the gluten effect in baking.  I use about a teaspoon of xantham gum per cup of flour when baking.

It is perfect to use in this Gluten Free Banana Bread.  You don’t even have to be Gluten Free to enjoy it!  I like to mix this up and store it in Mason Jars.  This is a great way to keep it airtight and ready for use in baking.  Just simply label as Gluten Free Flour Mix on the top of the jar and you will be ready for baking.   I hope you enjoy this Homemade Recipe for Gluten Free Baking Mix.

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Gluten-Free Flour Mix Recipe

This Gluten Free Flour Mix Recipe is a pantry staple. 
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  • 2 cups white rice flour
  • 2/3 cup potato flour
  • 1/3 cup tapioca flour


  • In a small bowl, combine all ingredients.
  • Store in an airtight container in a cool dry place for up to 1 year.
Author: Shelley@StockpilingMoms

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  1. This combination of gf flours was first introduced in 1990 by Bette Hagman in her breakthrough cookbook back when very few even understood what gluten-free was. Her first cookbook with this all-purpose flour recipe is called “The Gluten-Free Gourmet: Living Well Without Wheat”. She has written many more since then. I have nothing to do with Bette Hagman, except that she was a life-saver to me when I was diagnosed with Celiac Disease in 1995. This was so unknown then and her cookbooks were my best friends.

    This flour combination works okay as a flour substitute in many recipes, but you will need to add xanthan gum with it. I also add a heaping teaspoon or 2 of baking powder to any gluten free flour mix. It’ just fluffs things up so nicely. Bette Hagman’s recipes, especially bread, all use about a teaspoon of xanthan gum per cup or so of flour to help hold it together. Eighteen years later, I still go back and use her cookbooks for some gluten-free items to make. Look them up, you won’t be disappointed.

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