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Gluten Free Rice Flour Blend

Gluten Free Rice Flour Blend


The perfect baking blend for our gluten-free friends.
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Betty_Jane said: Posted: 8/11/2015 12:25 PM
I just used aprox. 1/2 c GF Rice Flour Blend, 1 egg, 1 tsp Olive oil and 1/2 cup milk to try a pancake dough. I was making zucchini pancakes so after mixing the ingredients I added my cup of schredded zucchini. They were OK, but not really light and fluffy. I need to experiment some more. They had a taste more like a crepe so I liked that result.
 
ellie52 said: Posted: 4/22/2015 2:48 PM
I searched the Betty Crocker site for a pancake recipe using the rice flour blend, and all I found were Bisquick recipes. I am really upset that they don't have basic recipes posted for this product. I guess it's because they want you to use the more expensive Bisquick product. They should be ashamed of themselves.
 
Sunrhyse said: Posted: 4/17/2015 7:53 AM
I would like to see recipes for each gluten free product attached to the products page. Currently looking for a pancake recipe for the glutin free flour, don't want to have to buy bisquick when I use the flour more often. I agree bigger packages would be nice.especially around the holidays with all the baking I feel guilty of all the wasted paper from all the boxes I buy to make holiday treats.
 
Pottstown said: Posted: 4/2/2015 1:35 PM
I made the gluten free banana bread and it was the best.
 
Ahillard said: Posted: 2/21/2015 3:56 PM
I love this product very much. You can find it in Walmart stores.It is usually along side with the regular flours and not in the Gluten Free section. You can also order it online at Amazon.com. I agree I would love to see more recipes available.
 
IrmoMama said: Posted: 1/30/2015 7:24 AM
This makes wonderful sausage balls. 3 c. baking mix, 1 lb. sausage, 12 oz sharp cheese. Mix and shape into balls. Freeze balls if desired. Bake at 350 for 20 - 30 min. I had to add some canola oil while mixing to make the balls stick together. May have been because my sausage was very lean.
 
timswife86 said: Posted: 9/8/2014 7:01 PM
I would like to use this to bake a basic loaf of bread using my bread machine. Does this replace the flour only? Have you all found that the kneading, rising, resting, and baking times are all relatively unchanged?
 
klmm519 said: Posted: 9/4/2014 6:35 AM
It would really helpful if the gluten free recipes also included weights (ounces/grams) as gluten free recipes work better using weight measurements.
 
Jan325 said: Posted: 8/30/2014 7:06 PM
Merv2513, thank you for posting recipe. I am really not sure how to use this flour in my regular recipes. Can more people post recipes that work and also those that don't. We seem to all need help with this in some way. Yes, I'd rather buy in larger quantities and save the packaging money.
 
PDXGF said: Posted: 8/4/2014 6:29 PM
Just used the GF flour to make a chocolate sheet cake. Texture is good. It's all really good except it's salty. Then I saw the ingredients of the flour mix includes salt. Can you let me know how much salt is in 1 cup of the flour so I can adjust my recipes accordingly? Thank you!
 
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