DIY: Gluten Free AP Flour

I started making my own gluten-free cup-for-cup flour in an effort to save money and due to the fact that I was never 100% satisfied with the taste and texture of store bought blends. I typically purchase all the ingredients from Sprouts or Whole Foods, although Sprouts is fairly cheaper and runs about $35 total for the ingredients, yielding 4 quarts of flour!

This blend can be used in any recipe as a cup-for-cup (1:1) substitute for regular AP flour. I use this recipe for both baking and savory (with a small tweak). I promise your creations will have great flavor, texture, and no one will know they are gluten-free!

I hope you enjoy and let me know how it goes for you. I will begin sharing other gluten-free recipes and will reference back to this flour blend as it is my go to.


Recipe for Baking (cookies, pie, cake, etc.):

1 Cup White Rice Flour

1 Cup Oat Flour

1 Cup Coconut Flour

1 Cup Tapioca Flour (aka Tapioca Starch)

1/4 Cup Cornstarch

3 1/2 teaspoons Xantham Gum

How to Mix: Wisk all ingredients together and store in an air tight container


Recipe for Savory (bread, dough, dredging, etc.):

1 Cup White Rice Flour

1 Cup Oat Flour

1 Cup Cornmeal or Almond Flour depending on your recipe and the desired texture

1 Cup Tapioca Flour (aka Tapioca Starch)

1/4 Cup Cornstarch

3 1/2 teaspoons Xantham Gum

How to Mix: Wisk all ingredients together and store in an air tight container

Happy Baking!!

One Comment Add yours

  1. Stefani says:

    I have tasted your gluten free baked goods and I cannot tell they are gluten free at all.

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