When it comes to cooking (and especially baking) gluten-free, flour is critical. Obviously. But how do you know that flour you bought at Whole Foods is really the right one to make your cookies soft and delicious AND your pancakes light and fluffy?
Take the guesswork out of shopping and try KC the G-Free Foodie‘s recipe for an all-purpose gluten-free flour that you can use in just about any recipe – like you would use all-purpose flour. It’s crazy how easy this is to pull together, and KC’s got a few tips and tricks for making your gluten-free flour the best it can be. Check out the video and then go make some yourself!
All-Purpose Gluten-Free Flour Blend:
Here’s what you’ll need:
-1 cup whole grain or nut flour (remember – you want nut flour, NOT MEAL)
-1/2 cup rice flour (sweet rice flour is best)
-1/2 cup taioca flour (or tapioca starch
-1/4 cup potato starch (NOT THE SAME as potato flour)
Here’s what to do:
Mix all flour together and put into a food processor. Blend the flour for 8-10 minutes and store in an airtight container for later use. The rest is all up to you!
Do you make your own gluten-free flour? Tell us your tips and tricks in the comments below!