How to Make Gluten Free Baking Flour Mix

How to Make Gluten Free Baking Flour Mix by @BlenderBabes

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GLUTEN FREE BAKING FLOUR MIX RECIPE
There is no need to buy an expensive gluten free baking mix or flour when you own a Vitamix or Blendtec blender! Another cost saving feature is both blenders act as a professional grain mill, so you can easily make your OWN inexpensive gluten free flour. Many gluten-free items have a long list of ingredients, however this baking mix recipe requires only 4 and makes 6.5 cups of flour. Keep this baking mix on hand (store in the freezer) so that you can whip up gluten free pankcakes or waffles anytime. Be sure to join our community for more healthy blender recipes. 


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Gluten-Free Baking Mix
 
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Recipe type: Grinding, Flour
Serves: 26
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Add white rice to jar and secure lid.
  2. For Blendtec: Use Speed 9 and run full cycle.
  3. For Vitamix: Best to use their special dry goods jar. Select VARIABLE speed 1. Turn on machine and quickly increase speed to Variable 8. Grind for 1.5 minutes.
  4. Add white rice flour to large bowl or zip top bag.
  5. Add oats to jar and secure lid.
  6. For Blendtec: Use Speed 7, run cycle for 20 seconds, press any button to STOP.
  7. For Vitamix: Best to use their special dry goods jar. Select VARIABLE speed 1. Turn on machine and quickly increase speed to Variable 6. Grind for 30 seconds.
  8. Add oat flour to white rice flour.
  9. Add the starches to the bowl or bag and incorporate all ingredients.
  10. Store gluten free flour mix in the refrigerator or freezer and let it come to room temperature before use.
Nutrition Information
Serving size: 1/4 cup Calories: 160 Fat: 0 Carbohydrates: 36g Sodium: 5g Fiber: 2g Protein: 3g

HEALTH BENEFITS & FUN FACTS 
The health benefits of oats are countless. Oats are a health benefit rich superfood! Millions of healthy Americans enjoy the health benefits of oats in steaming bowls of all natural rolled oats for breakfast, but they may not realize it’s not just delicious, all natural healthy oats are one of the best breakfasts you can possibly eat. Oats are a great source of vitamins and minerals, including magnesium, selenium, manganese and phosphorous. Oats are also a good source of vitamin B1, dietary fiber and protein, so it’s the ideal food to start the day with. Researchers also found that diets rich in fiber from whole grains like oats offer significant protection against breast cancer for pre-menopausal women — a 52 percent lower risk of breast cancer than women with low fiber diets.

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    • Blender BabesBlender Babes says

      Hi Sarah, that’s a great question. Regular blenders typically are between 350-700 watts and do not have the power to grind grains (the rice) into flour. Blendtec & Vitamix are commercial grade blenders and have enough power (1100-1560 watts!) to do this. If you have a more powerful than average regular blender (check the wattage), it MAY be able to handle grinding up the rolled oats, however use caution as we do not want you to break your blender! You could then purchase rice flour, so that might be something to try to still make gluten free baking mix. :)

    • Blender BabesBlender Babes says

      Great question Lindsey, we have never tried with arrowroot. We did find this article that was helpful. If you try it let us know how it turns out and we will update the recipe for others who have the same concern :)

  1. Andrew says

    Can this be a substitute for all-purpose flour? Or is it meant to be used in place of something else? I have several friends with Celiac disease, and buying the gluten-free all-purpose flour substitutes can get pricey.

    • Blender BabesBlender Babes says

      Yes Andrew, this is absolutely a substitute for all purpose flour, and less expensive than buying gluten free flour. Your friends must love you! Welcome to Blender Babes! :) xo