Becoming gluten-free is work.
When I first became gluten-free, I did a lot of research. I attempted to go about the gluten-free lifestyle by just replacing items with their gluten-free counterparts, and for the most part, it worked. That is, until I came to the flour. Baking and cooking are things I have always enjoyed, and didn’t really want to give up, but when I began looking online I found a bunch of gluten-free all-purpose flour recipes, that seemed to do a good job, but required purchasing all kinds of different flours. Lots of them. White rice flour, brown rice flour, chickpea flour, corn flour, potato starch, tapioca flour and the list goes on an on.
Really, how many types of flours do you need to make a gluten-free flour?
My kitchen is probably smaller than your closet. I do not have space for all those flours or honestly the patience to weigh and measure them. At this point in my journey I just resigned myself to occasionally paying the high cost for a gluten-free treat and giving up baking. It just wasn’t worth it. I had done some research for all purpose gluten-free flours and while there were quite a few on the market at the time, I either couldn’t find it or the reviews were iffy. Then along came GFJules.
Let me just tell you, GFJules rocks.
A long time back she was actually with a different company (long story) and they had a groupon, so I figured I would give it a shot. Best. Decision. Ever. Now, I’m not a fancy, schmancy baker. My uses for flour include brownies, cookies, quick-breads, and actually cooking (rues, breading, etc.). It does everything I need it to and more. No recipe adjustments necessary. I really don’t know what more to tell you. It is flour. Use it like flour. Get results like flour.GFJules All-Purpose gluten-free flour. It is flour. Use it like flour. Get the same results as flour. Click To Tweet
There is more than just flour!
Not only is there an amazing all-purpose flour. She has all kinds of mixes. I personally have tried the cookies, gingerbread cookies, corn bread, pizza crust, and sandwich bread. All are great, especially if you are a mix kind of person. I tend to just use the all-purose flour to make my own things, but I love to have a few mixes on hand as well. The other thing I love about GFJules is her blog AND all her recipes. There are so many and her articles really make being gluten-free easy. If you have never tried GFJules, you should. You can order a sample on her website GFJules, for only $5.00 and they will give you a coupon for $10.00 of your next order. That is an awesome offer.
Get the Starter Pack.
GFJules offers an amazing start pack. It includes flour, cookie mix, cornbread mix, and a pancake/waffle mix PLUS 3 coupons for free products, a issue of Gluten Free & More, a e-book and a paperback cookbook. It’s a really good deal to try it out. I have been so happy with everything I have made with GFJules, it feels like I never went gluten-free (well, at least at home) and no one who eats at our house realizes that everything I make is gluten-free. It is an amazing product. If you are looking for something to make your life easier, give GFJules a try. I don’t think you will be disappointed.
If you give GFJules a try, be sure to comment and let me know! Happy Baking!