Carol's Gluten Free All Purpose Flour   Cup 4 Cup Replacement for wheat flour

Exciting Gluten Free All Purpose Flour News

I have an exciting announcement to make but first, a little story.

As many of you may know, I sell an all-purpose, pastry-quality, gluten free flour blend. It is called Carol’s Gluten Free All-Purpose Flour. I never intended to go into the gluten free flour business.

When I was writing my first cookbook, Simply Gluten Free Desserts, I went out and bought all the gluten free flour blends I could get my hands on. The idea was to find one that I could recommend in the book for making desserts that called for flour.

The problem was that I didn’t care for any of them; they were either gritty and grainy, tasted weird, or didn’t work recipe for recipe. So, I took a little time off from cookbook writing and started researching and experimenting. After a couple months of painstaking tweaking, I came up with a blend I thought was perfect. Even though I am very picky, I didn’t only want my opinion, so I asked for help.

A friend of mine is a Le Cordon Bleu trained chef. In his words, he is the opposite of gluten free. I asked him to test out my flour as rigorously as he could. He made pancakes, muffins, cupcakes, pastries, cakes, and more and after two weeks of testing, he gave me a big thumbs up!

So I started selling my flour on this site. To be honest, it was a lot more trouble than it was worth. And I thought about ceasing to produce the flour and just get on with what I do best – recipe development. But every time I contemplated quitting, I would get a letter like this:

“I recently purchased your Gluten Free All-Purpose Flour for my son and it is truly life-changing. You see, Andrew was diagnosed with Celiac Disease 10 years ago last month, at 18 months of age. He was the first child in our area diagnosed with the condition, making it very difficult to get any information for treating him. His condition is what inspired me into going into nursing school and in many ways has changed my family’s lives for the better. However, there have been many challenges along the way. Andrew has always felt like an outcast, never able to eat the same food as others. Your flour has given him the opportunity to fit in. I tossed all of our wheat flour right in the garbage. There is no more making 2 dinners, 2 separate batches of cookies, or 2 cakes for his birthday. The flour makes for such magnificent food that the entire family can indulge with joy! Thank you so much for creating so many new opportunities for our family, especially my son.”
– JJ

So, I continued to produce the flour. And now … for my big news!

My flour is now available on Amazon and is eligible for Amazon Prime! The packaging has changed (for the better, in a re-sealable bag) but it is still the same great cup-for-cup gluten free flour replacement, free of the top 8 allergens, and non-GMO.

On Amazon, you get my flour at a lower price and, if you are an Amazon Prime member, you get free shipping. Click on the image below to go right on over to Amazon and order some flour now!

Carol's Gluten Free All Purpose Flour on Amazon


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  2. Sharon
    June 15, 2017

    Amazing flour. I’ve tried several gluten free flours and this is the best.! Thank you

  3. Penny R
    June 20, 2017

    Can’t buy it on amazon. There’s a message that says due to customer feed back there is either something wrong with the product or how it is packaged or shipped! Bummer. I would really like to try it! I’ve been wanting really good biscuits!

  4. Llola Gore
    June 28, 2017

    I’m an Amazon Prime member and just went to Amazon to buy some of your flour and it says that it isn’t eligible for Prime. Disappointed :(

  5. Llola Gore
    June 29, 2017

    Not eligible for Amazon Prime!

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