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Everyday Food rates Gluten Free Baking Mixes
Posted By Nicole On December 1, 2011 @ 1:45 pm In Baking,Product Reviews | 5 Comments
Gluten free baking is easier than it has ever been before. Just a few short years ago, gluten free ingredients were difficult to find and the results that you would get when working on a recipe could be unpredictable, to say the least. These days, there are a wide range of gluten free flours and baking mixes that are available at most markets and they have helped to raise the bar of gluten free baking, both for the quality of the products you can make and for how easy it is do to it.
There are many to choose from and not all gluten free baking mixes are created equal. Some work better for certain types of baked goods than others. In a recent issue, Everyday Food tested and compared several brands of gluten free flour mixes to see how they performed. Their findings definitely proved that some mixes are better for certain things than others.
In my own experiences with gluten free baking mixes, I would definitely encourage you to do some experimentation. For instance, I did not have good results with the King Arthur mix in my Gluten Free Thin Mints, but had excellent results with Bob’s Red Mill and C4C. These are helpful guidelines, but nothing beats trying a few and seeing which ones produce the best results in your own baked goods.
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