Make Your Own Gluten-Free Flour Mix
Here’s a recipe from our new cookbook that shows you how to make your own mix.
Most food companies like ours hold these flour ratios close to their brand secrets but to stay true to our core values - we are sharing it out to you!
We measure by weight, as in grams & ounces, not volume so make sure to use a kitchen scale when following along.
Our approach to a wholesome gluten-free mix includes this breakdown:
40% whole-grain fiber
20% fiber/beneficial starch
Try some of these flours
40% Plant Protein:
- coconut flour x 140 gram = 56 grams
40% Complex Carb:
- Whole grain brown rice flour x 140 gram = 56 grams
20% Fiber/Beneficial Starch:
Ancestral Taro Powder x 140 gram = 28 grams
=Total 140 grams or @ 1 cup
Weighing you flours will not only save you money but it will create a consistent end product.
Place sifter in a large bowl and rest on a kitchen scale.
Zero out the scale to make sure you aren’t weighing the sifter and the bowl. We want to only measure the specific flour.
Pick from the flours to make your own mix. You could make a high-protein, or a high-fiber blend or make several mixes for different recipes. Make sure you zero out the scale after each flour addition.
Sift flours to remove lumps then add to an airtight container.
Add natural flavors such as cacao. Fun fact: Hawaii is the only state in the United States that commercially grows Cacao.