My daughter used to eat gluten free. She is a pastry chef, and made her dad a birthday cake using this as the base one year. He said it was the best cake he’d ever had!! But we were unable to buy it after that!! So glad we found it with you!
Have been using it to make chocolate chips cookies with smarties for my gals lunch box to school!
Make about 26 cookies with 4.5cm in diameter.
1/3 cup sugar includes brown sugar 50%
1 teaspoon vanilla paste
1 cup gluten free flour
1/4 cup cocoa powder
About 1 cup chocolate chips/ smarties
Cover with aluminium foil.
Bake for 16mins at 190 degrees Celsius
This is absolutely great for an all purpose flour substitute for anyone who has Celiac's or is sensitive to gluten. I'm highly gluten intolerant, and this is perfect for baking any gluten-free goods. It does not have xanthan gum in it, so you will need to purchase that separately, if required. Highly recommend.
My first try making a gluten free bread. I used bread machine with a gluten free setting. But my bread machine was not functioning quite well, the mixing process is abit messed up. I thought it would’ve failed that I needed to throw the whole thing but surprisingly it turned out okay! The texture is a bit like pancake I like it. Nothing to complaint as I can finally eat bread without gluten! And I followed the bread machine recipe on Arthur flour website. Love king Arthur mixes, their cookies mix is very good too!
A very good cookies mix! I like the taste, it’s non dairy but has the buttery taste, I’ve always crave for butter cookies but can’t enjoy them due to dairy intolerance. I substituted coconut oil for the recipe, the results might not be good looking as I’ve literally no experience in baking goods. But the taste is great!
Happy with my purchase
I mixed this with sorghum flour, psyllium powder and some corn starch and made this delicious bread! Texture and taste are both surprisingly good 😊 will try and bake some muffins nxt!
Just shocked how fluffy it is, light, and very easy to prepare, I made it with sugar free hazelnut chocolate tastier and healthier alternative than Nutella, it’s available in IHerb as well. Both are highly recommended, plz like if you found my comment useful
This makes a great loaf of bread for snacking or to serve with dinner. But it does NOT produce a bread that can be used for sandwiches. It's just too crumbly. I've used this product at least a half dozen times and the result is pretty consistent. The bread tends to be heavy, even if you use extra yeast. But it is really delicious. It's the best gluten-free bread product I've found so far and I've probably tried a dozen or so different ones.
I make pancakes with this it tastes exactly like wheat pancakes I personally prefer European style (thin) pancakes and when I dilute it to my liking a lot of gluten free mixes break and I can’t flip them but this works great. Tried the thick American style as well and it came out nice and fluffy :) just wish it was a bit more affordable.