Tag Archives: Gluten-Free flour mixes

Bob Red Mill’s Gluten-Free 1-to-1 Baking Flour Gets the Cupcake Test

This week, I’m reporting on what happened when I gave Bob’s Red Mill Gluten-Free 1-to-1 Baking Flour my cupcake test.

Pamela’s All Purpose Gluten-Free Artisan Blend Gets the Cupcake Test

I wish I could go to a supermarket and buy a bag of gluten-free flour mix that’s really a no-fail, no-compromise alternative to wheat flour. I try to have an open mind, but truth be told, I haven’t found one that really does what I expect a product named “gluten-free cup-for-cup all purpose flour” or “gluten-free all-purpose 1-to-1 flour” to do (see two of my previous tests on Thomas Keller’s Cup-4-Cup and Nameste Perfect Flour Blend). What do I expect? […]

Nameste “Perfect Flour Blend” Gets the Cupcake Test

I have to admit I took notice when Nameste started selling their gluten-free “Perfect Flour Blend” flour blend at Costco in five pound bags for around $10 (although it is $11.69 for a 3 pound page on the Nameste website). What a great price for a gluten-free flour – if it really worked they way they said it did. They promoted it as a cup for cup blend on the bag and on their website. Could it really be as […]

What Do the Flours in Your Gluten-Free Mixes Weigh?

  Here we are in the dog days of summer and I’ve been thinking about baking. In the past year, I’ve received more than the usual number of inquiries asking me how much the gluten-free flours that  I use in my gluten-free flour mixes actually weigh. And so I’m finally going to put the weights, along with an explanation, here as a blog post for anyone who’s interested (I had already posted most of them in a less detailed response […]