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NEW Gluten Free 1-to-1 Baking Flour {Giveaway}

Do you ever just wish someone would make gluten free baking easier? That there was a simple product swap that could replace wheat flour without having to keep 5 different flours and starches on hand? That you could just take the guesswork out of how much xanthan gum to use? Good news! We are excited to say that our newest addition to our gluten free product line can do just that.


Gluten Free 1-to-1 Baking Flour

Gluten Free 1-to-1 Baking Flour | Bob's Red Mill

endless possibilities, one easy solution

I think all of our gluten free products are winners, but this one is my new favorite. It’s so easy to use- just swap wheat flour with this blend cup for cup and follow the original recipe as instructed. You will bake some pretty stellar baked goods and tasters will be hard pressed to tell the difference. We even did some blind taste tests around with none the wiser. That’s a pretty good test, in my opinion.

This flour combines finely ground brown rice flour, sweet white rice flour, whole grain sorghum flour, potato starch, and tapioca flour with a touch of xanthan gum—just enough xanthan gum to create chewy cookies and springy muffins. The protein in the sorghum flour helps give baked goods an almost wheat-like texture and aids in browning, for those times you need a perfectly golden brown chocolate chip cookie.

We hope you will enjoy this new product as much as we do. To celebrate our newest addition, we’re giving away a package of this blend to five lucky winners. Follow the prompts below to enter. We’ll select five winners at random from all who enter by 11:59 pm on 7/6/14. We’re working to get this product on shelves as soon as possible, so if you don’t see it at your local store, ask them to bring it in. In the meantime, you can grab a bag at for $4.95.


Karen says:

It’s been a year since you noted the GF 1-to-1 Flour as a new product, is it available in stores as yet? It was at Costco for a while in the 80 oz size, but we haven’t been able to find it for a number of months. Now that we enjoy and rely upon it would be great to be able to purchase easily when we shop, rather than paying to ship and at a much higher cost. Thank you.


Thank you for reaching out. It really should be in most stores that carry our gluten free products by now. If Costco has stopped carrying it, the best option would be to put in an item request with their customer service. Visit our website at to find stores in your area that carry our products.

MaryAnne Chancey Hecht says:

We just found it at Target in Sarasota, both the small (22oz) size and the large. Our banana tree just supplied us with a huge hand of probably 40? bananas, so look out – here comes an army of banana bread lol!

Kazuko says:

Are there any Gluten Free baking flours ( Pizza, All purpose Baking) without corn and potato? I would like to make a pastries and cakes, with a gluten free flour mix without potato and corn.


I’m sorry, but we do not not make a flour blend for gluten free baking that is free from potatoes.

Elizabeth brown says:

I made all of my Christmas cookies from 1 to 1. I wish it came in 5 and 10 lb. Bags.

Fantastic! Good news! It does come in a 5 lb bag. We recommend putting in a product request with your store.

Ana says:

could you make simply white bread from it ? If yes how? I have just bought two bags from Fred Meyer and I tried my recipe , however is not working…


We have not had a lot of luck making bread with this flour. Bread typically needs more xanthan gum.

Lori says:

My son has a soy allergy. What is your xantham gum made from?

Our xanthan gum is grown on wheat sugar. We do not use any soy or corn in its processing and it is verified gluten free.

Sue B says:

I want to try making challah bread with the 1 to 1 flour. I saw in a post it will require more xantham gum. If my recipe calls for 7 cups of flour (double loaf recipe) how much xantham should I add?

We do not recommend this product for yeast based breads. It works better in cakes, cookies, muffins and quickbreads. You would need to add other flours to the mix in order for this to work in a yeasted bread.

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