Pamela’s Products Gluten Free Artisan Flour Blend, 4 Pound

By | December 24, 2014

The artisan flour blend is a multi-purpose flour blend that can be used in most recipes cup for cup. Make great tasting cookies, cupcakes, muffins, bread, cake and more. Pamela’s Products top selling wheat-free and gluten-free baking mixes have been selling for nearly 25 years and have become a pantry staple. Pamela’s baking mixes are known for their great taste, simple ingredients, ease of use and versatility.

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  • 100% free of wheat, gluten, dairy, soy and corn 10 gram of whole grains per serving kosher made without leavening or sugar low fat and low sodium certified gluten-free by GFCO

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3 Comments

Khaduja TS on 12/25/2014 at 00:11.

I may not go back to using AP flour in any of my cookies again. Every year during the holiday season I make cookies for family, friend, and various parties. With the growing population of people who are gluten intolerant I decided to attempt making some of my most popular recipies GF so that no-one was restricted from enjoying the cookies. I had tried several “make your own” blends of GF flour and none of them worked well in making a cookie with the same flavor or texture as my AP flour versions. So I was a little skeptical when I bought this,…

MN Mom on 12/25/2014 at 00:25.

Great for Cookies I have to say I am a little surprised by some of the reviews. Anyone who’s experimented with GF flours should realize that there is no true cup for cup replacement. Depending on what you are baking some tweaking is necessary. This flour has the best taste of the many flour blends that I’ve tried. No one can tell the difference when it comes to cookies. I follow my usual cookie recipe and then add 1 heaping tsp. of Xanthum Gum. It gives it that little bit extra that is needed. I also use…

Chuck on 12/25/2014 at 00:37.

Quite good Probably Pamela put out this product in response to the recent-ish “artisanal gluten free baking” books. The main differences between this product and Pamela’s bread mix are: 1. No added salt; and 2. Guar gum is the binder (not xanthan gum).I made a pie crust with this, using my old pre-GF recipe, and got a very good result, although the crust was softer, more cookie like than a wheat pie crust. In any case, my (non-GF) guests were entirely pleased with the result. It made good…

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