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Gluten Free 1-to-1 Baking Flour

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Bob's™ makes it easy to transform traditional recipes to gluten free with Gluten Free 1-to-1 Baking Flour. Ideal for cookies, cakes, brownies, muffins, and more. Use as a direct replacement for all-purpose baking flour.

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Replace the Flour, Not Your Recipe.™

Bob's™ makes it easy to transform traditional recipes to gluten free with Gluten Free 1-to-1 Baking Flour. Simply follow your favorite baking recipe, replacing the wheat flour with this extraordinary blend. It is perfectly formulated for baked goods with terrific taste and texture – no additional specialty ingredients or custom recipes required, making it one of the best gluten free flours for baking. Ideal for cookies, cakes, brownies, muffins, and more.

To Your Good Health

  • Gluten Free

    This gluten free product was handled exclusively in our dedicated gluten free facility and tested for gluten free integrity in our quality control laboratory using an ELISA Gluten Assay test.

  • Kosher

    As a continued commitment to the quality of the products we make and sell, all of Bob’s Red Mill products are certified kosher pareve or kosher dairy by Rabbi Avrohom Teichman of Kehilla Kosher, Igud HaKashrus of Los Angeles.

  • Vegan

    All Bob’s Red Mill products are vegetarian. This product is also vegan, meaning it is made without the use of any animal products including eggs, dairy, and honey.

4.7 / 5.0
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Great gluten free products!
I have celiac , so I cannot use gluten flour. The already baked bread and other baked items are expensive and are usually not that good. I have tried several recipes and found some that I use to make my own bread, cookies, cakes and other foods that require flour. The newer 1-to-1 is even better than the regular baking flour. I also use your premixed bread mix when I am pressed for time. Thanks for your products.
February 21, 2018
Purchased
2 weeks ago
Bob's Red Mill Customer Since:
5 years
Dietary Preferences / Restrictions:
gluten free.
In the kitchen, I am:
Serious Home Cook
Cooking For:
Myself
my first GF creation was great!
I have a friend who needs GF diet, and I really wanted to try gingerbread. I found GF recipes that were healthy with their applesauce and all, but I simply replaced the 1 for 1 flour with the flour in my standard recipe. It came out wonderfully! I would suggest sifting the flour to increase its airiness and to incorporate the dry ingredients. Looks like my friend will be able to expect more GF treats from me! Oh, and everyone else ate it too.
February 20, 2018
Professional Gluten Free products
Bob's 1 to 1 is a critical ingredient in the products in Gina's Pies bakery line. Thank you, Bob's for your quality product!
Cherry pie
coconut cream and mixed berry tarts
spinach quiche
cranberry lemon scones
February 19, 2018
Purchased
4 weeks ago
Bob's Red Mill Customer Since:
2015
Dietary Preferences / Restrictions:
Gluten Free
In the kitchen, I am:
A Professional Chef
Cooking For:
My Career
As good as all purpose flour yet better for you.
You can use this flour with any recipe you may have. It's light and makes delicious raspberry and blueberry muffins. I've also made delicious chocolate chip cookies.
February 19, 2018
Purchased
3 weeks ago
Bob's Red Mill Customer Since:
2017
Dietary Preferences / Restrictions:
Gluten free
Best gluten free flour blend out there.
I love this blend for everything from cookies to biscuits. It makes an awesome carrot cake. I especially love it for making fresh pasta. Better than ANYTHING you can buy that is gf pasta. The only thing it doesn't do well is bread.
February 16, 2018
Purchased
2 weeks ago
Bob's Red Mill Customer Since:
2013
Dietary Preferences / Restrictions:
Gluten free, lactose free
In the kitchen, I am:
Extreme Foodie
Cooking For:
My Family
Fantastic -
I am so glad to have been able to order this One-to-One flour. I was ordering the same flours separately and mixing them. Now I do not have too. So fantastic and still making the same great bread and other goodies with it. Thank you!!!!
February 14, 2018
Purchased
3 weeks ago
Dietary Preferences / Restrictions:
My mother has celiac disease.
In the kitchen, I am:
Serious Home Cook
Cooking For:
My Family
Very Nice
While Bob's All Purpose is my go to for savory dishes the 1 to 1 is great for my desert recipes like cakes.
February 11, 2018
Purchased
3 months ago
In the kitchen, I am:
Not a Cook, but Trying
Cooking For:
My Family
Not for me
I am just a beginner with gluten-free baking.
This is the first pre-made flour mixture that I have used, and I have no doubt that it is one of the best in the marketplace.
It looks wonderful when scooping into it and it handles pretty well in the mixing bowl -- better than I had expected.
Tonight I made a favorite scone recipe twice, one with normal flour for family members, and then with this 1-to-1 gluten-free flour for me, just to try it out.
The GF scones didn't rise as much and they browned more quickly on the bottom, while not cooking through in the middle, even though I put them back in the oven for longer (and these were pretty thin, about 3/4ths an inch high - not giant scones).
The difference in baking results is is understandable, as it's a very different thing from wheat flour.
Taste-wise, I was somewhat disappointed. I had 2 (small) scones and they felt a little gritty in texture, and now after eating them, my tongue is left feeling a bit abraded and sore (almost like I have burned it from drinking too-hot coffee, which I haven't done; it felt just fine an hour ago, before I made this batch of scones). The strange feeling on my tongue and roof of mouth is not from the flour's grittiness, I don't think, as much as from something else (chemically speaking) to do with the ingredients -- I tend to be quite sensitive to some flavors and ingredients.
For the last 20 years, I have been careful to avoid added gums and thickeners like gellan gum, xanthan gum, and carageenan, and I have strictly avoided tapioca / cassava / yuca powder, flour, and pudding because I have hypothyroidism, so when I decided to buy this flour and give it a try, I knew that even if I loved it, it would be something I would only use once in a while, for special occasions a few times a year, because I'd just rather not ingest xanthan gum and tapioca, and I can forego foods that require it.
The scones that I made from this flour tonight with my simple, tried-and-true wheat-flour scone recipe (that I and my family have always loved) were just "okay". I would not make them again.
I sincerely appreciate that they are a reasonable facsimile to the "real thing", and this flour blend is quite a manufacturing achievement because it provides quite a good likeness of wheat flour even though it's made of entirely different things.
An 80% similarity to wheat flour, from dry powder to mixing bowl to dough to final baked product, is incredible! -- so I am not criticizing this product.
And many people have no worries/health concerns about ingesting gums, thickeners, carageenan, and tapioca/cassava, and eat them regularly.
In the last 4 months, I've been trying to make gluten-free baked goods with almond flour, coconut flour, or no flour (like flourless nut-butter cookies and flourless banana pancakes), and I will return to researching those recipes, and won't venture further into this kind of flour-substitute baking mix.
With the strange way my tongue and roof of mouth feel right now after eating 2 small scones made with this flour, I think I probably won't want to use the rest of my package of 1-to-1 flour again, not even in a different recipe. I might be having some sort of reaction to the sorghum flour (which I've never had before), or, as I mentioned above, to the xanthan gum or tapioca powder. I am also getting a headache and my esophagus is starting to feel like it's irritated and sore, so it's got to be a negative reaction to this flour, because I had dinner 4 hours ago and have felt fine all day until now.
I'm sure this is *not* a common reaction to the product! I can have idiosyncratic reactions to things.
My rating here of this flour, 3 out of 5, is based on:
looks similar to wheat flour
handles relatively similarly when making dough
does not have an unusual smell
scones made from it didn't rise much
scones made from it were a little uncooked inside but browned extra-quickly on the bottom and were done on the top
scones tasted a bit gritty
scones left a slightly odd aftertaste in the mouth
[My 3-star rating here is NOT based on my idiosyncratic reaction of possibly having an intolerance-type of reaction to one or more of the ingredients - the sore, abraded, hot, tongue, roof of mouth, and throat, and later acid reflux. For my own personal rating of this, I would give it 0 out of 5! But I am sensitive to things that most people are not.]
February 11, 2018
Bob's Red Mill Customer Since:
5 years
Better than regular flour
The one-to-one flour is absolutely the best gluten free flour we’ve tried and we’ve tried several. In fact we like it better than regular flour in our waffles. We may add just a little extra milk but the waffles come out lighter. So yes we would highly recommend this gluten free flour over all others.
February 9, 2018
Purchased
3 weeks ago
Bob's Red Mill Customer Since:
2015
Dietary Preferences / Restrictions:
Gluten free
In the kitchen, I am:
Serious Home Cook
Cooking For:
My Family
OMG
I actually use this in recipes at home at my professional kitchen. I use it one for one and it always works!!!!!
February 7, 2018
Purchased
9 months ago
Bob's Red Mill Customer Since:
10 years
In the kitchen, I am:
A Professional Chef
Cooking For:
My Career
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Why did you choose this?
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Gluten free
Tracy C on Feb 20, 2018
I have tried this flour several times with several different recipes. Works great. Wanted the larger size bag.
Patricia B on Feb 18, 2018
Gluten free
Tracy C on Feb 20, 2018
This is by far the best GF flour mix. Have tried others but always return to Bob's for my bakery.
LEOTA C on Feb 20, 2018
I have tried this flour several times with several different recipes. Works great. Wanted the larger size bag.
Patricia B on Feb 18, 2018
this is the best flour out there. So easy to convert a standard baking recipe to gluten free!
sharon C on Feb 18, 2018
This flour works for all of my favorite recipes from before our family went gluten free! We use a 125g to 1cup replacement and no one can believe it when we tell them it is gluten free!
Sara T on Feb 17, 2018
Works the best for replacing regular wheat flour.
Jan N on Feb 17, 2018
Trying new gluten-free, vegan recipes
John B on Feb 17, 2018
this was recommended by a friend.
Olga A on Feb 17, 2018
I have used this product before and I love it! It is the closest I've
found to regular flour, and the baked goods made with this flour are
delicious!
Catherine A on Feb 16, 2018
wanted to try a recipe that calls for this ingredient.
Sabrina H on Feb 15, 2018
Have celiac and cannot have gluten
Renee W on Feb 15, 2018
Allergic to gluten. This is the best flour to use that tastes close to original flour.
Renee W on Feb 15, 2018
I want to try some gluten free recipes.
Bruce B on Feb 15, 2018
We have a small restaurant. We bake our own sweet/dessert breads and this makes delicious gluten-free breads!
Jane B on Feb 15, 2018
Makes baking gluten free easy
Terry Q on Feb 15, 2018
Best GF baking flour I've found!
Annaleigh N on Feb 15, 2018
I am making some pasta for a dinner and my niece is allergic to all thing with regular wheat flour. I am hopeful this will allow me to make this for her and the rest of us and have the texture and flavor unaffected.
Dan T on Feb 14, 2018
This flour is great...we love it! It is not grainy like some gluten free flours!
Lynn R on Feb 14, 2018
Good pancakes non gluten
Charles T on Feb 13, 2018
I've used this flour before. It works great in many recipes.
Carol J on Feb 12, 2018
I use this for gluten free baking.
David A on Feb 12, 2018
Some family members want to be gluten free
Jaclyn D on Feb 11, 2018
General Baking
Peter C on Feb 11, 2018
Use this weekly making bread for my church. We have several members who are gluten free and they love this product. The bread is delicious and even those who aren't gluten free love it.
Easy product to use.
Christine C on Feb 10, 2018
This GF flour is so handy when I want to try a new recipe that is made with regular flour. I just use it in place of the regular flour! So easy!
SANDRA S on Feb 10, 2018
Because it replaces wheat flour so well.
Jere B on Feb 10, 2018
My daughter and her family are eating gluten free and this product is the best flour she has found for all her baking needs. Her and her family really enjoy what she bakes using this flour.
Mary B on Feb 8, 2018
Overall, works very well and tastes good!
Dan on Feb 7, 2018
I always buy this flour. It makes great cookies, pancakes, and gravy. It is the best Gluten Free Flour by far! Thank you for making this item. I'm grateful!
Andrea M on Feb 7, 2018
I have a code given to me online to receive 20% off my order and I needed this flour to bake my own gluten free bread. I order a lot from Amazon, but this was better for me as I bake quit a lot. The regular gluten flour is good, but this has a pleasing flavor, and it great for desert items, cookies, cake, etc. Your products are great!
Mary G on Feb 7, 2018
The reviews were great. The price is great compared to other brands.
Denise H on Feb 7, 2018
This is the best GF flour I have used.
Debra M on Feb 5, 2018
I try to limit wheat products, but I still like a muffin with my tea. This 1-1 flour substitute is fantastic! The banana bread/muffins I made using the 1-1 flour were great. I recommend trying the recipes on the back of the package. I always make the blueberry muffins from the package but use regular milk instead. I keep the freshly made muffins in the freezer, then defrost as needed.
Cynthia S on Feb 5, 2018
Trying this to see if it is as good as making my own mix
Cynthia D on Feb 5, 2018
This is the best! I usually buy it at the store, but the last couple of times the tops of the bags were sliced open, probably when they opened the box with a box cutter. I am so glad I found your site to order from! I love Bob' s Red Mill products!
Cheryl B on Feb 5, 2018
we love this flour. Bakes well.
Janice P on Feb 4, 2018
Ease of use
Shellie F on Feb 4, 2018
It's the best one-to-one flour substitute I've used. I love baking and a number of people close to me are celiac -- so finding a great substitute that doesn't sacrifice flavor or texture is wonderful.
Michael M on Feb 4, 2018
Works just like regular flour!
Jennifer R on Feb 4, 2018
Great for baking and general cooking needs!
Anthony P on Feb 3, 2018
I love to bake for my family, but two are now following gluten-free diet.
JoAnne C on Feb 2, 2018
I bake gluten free goods for my family and to sell, and it's the easiest and best flour I've used.
Theresa H on Feb 2, 2018
saw a video on u tube how to make noodles gluten free
diane l s on Feb 1, 2018
Great texture!
Paula M on Feb 1, 2018
This in my opinion is the best gluten free flour on the market. I use it in my cafe for all of my baking.
Dawn P on Feb 1, 2018
I want to make my gluten intolerant friend some cookies :-)
Judy R on Feb 1, 2018
I need to try to be gluten free
Anita C on Feb 1, 2018
This is the best gluten free flour blend I've found! You can hardly tell the baked goods are gluten free with this flour!
Jean S on Feb 1, 2018
I've had great success substituting this flour in my regular recipes.
Linda M on Feb 1, 2018
Trying it out, hopefully it makes yummy healthy cookies!
RACHAEL H on Jan 31, 2018
This is by far the best GF flour mix. Have tried others but always return to Bob's for my bakery.
LEOTA C on Feb 20, 2018
this is the best flour out there. So easy to convert a standard baking recipe to gluten free!
sharon C on Feb 18, 2018
The biscuit recipe on the back of the 1 for 1 flour bag produces a good tasting biscuit. However, they do not rise. Any suggestions?
A shopper on Nov 15, 2017
BEST ANSWER: For 2 cups of flour, I use 1 Tbs of baking powder and 1/2 tsp baking soda. I also pat my dough out, fold it over onto itself, turn 1/4 turn and fold it over again. I do this twice, then gently! pat the dough to about 1" thickness. Using a 1.5" biscuit cutter, floured, cut them with one quick straight down movement and move to a parchment lined baking sheet. Keep them fairly close together, but not touching. Also, I bake them at 420 degrees F.
When would you use the GF Baking 1 to 1 versus the GF All Purpose Baking Flour?
A shopper on Nov 22, 2017
BEST ANSWER: You can use either interchangeably as an all-purpose gluten free flour.....the only difference is in the taste/the ingredients. I prefer the texture of the GF all purpose, but if I don't want to be able to taste the garbanzo flour that is in that mixture, then I use the 1 to 1. If I were making something with chocolate (like a brownie) or banana bread...something with a strong flavour on it's own, then I would use the all purpose. If I want a lighter taste for pastry or biscuits or finer cookies, then I would choose the 1 to 1.
I hope that's helpful
How well does this blend freeze? The 25 lb bag is quite tempting.
A shopper on Oct 18, 2017
BEST ANSWER: This flour will freeze well. It can be stored in airtight containers for quite a long time, up to 6 months past the expiration date. I recommend bringing it to room temperature before using it in your recipes.
I love this flour, and I've notice that when using oil in my recipes , I have to reduce by at least half or else the end result will be heavy. That strategy works with my cupcake and red velvet cakes . However, with my carrot muffins, the rnc result is still too heavy. Any suggestions?
A shopper on Dec 5, 2017
Can this type of flour be used successfully in a bread machine?
A shopper on Nov 3, 2017
BEST ANSWER: No. No gluten free bread substitute on the grocery shelves or else where is suitable for making actual “bread”. It is however wonderful for making quick breads, such as banana or pumpkin.
hi, can i make pizza with this flour?
arabia s on Oct 24, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I use it as the base ingredient for my pizza dough, but I also use several other Bob's Red Mill flours in my mix, including the gluten free all purpose flour. Plus I add flax seed since I prefer a "grainier" type of crust similar to whole wheat. I've been experimenting with my recipe for several years to be able to make a GF pizza crust that doesn't use eggs.
Does it thicken gravies well?
A shopper on Jan 20, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Yes. I use it for my sausage gravy, also enchilada sauce. I mix it with butter or margarine and make a smooth rue. I'll put some in my gravy blend it well and let it simmer to see how thick it becomes, before adding more.
Can I use this for rolled out dumplings?
A shopper on Feb 10, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I've never tried dropping this into boiling water to see how it will hold. Perhaps the All Purpose with xanthan gum added, along with whatever fat you intend to use to hold it together will work better. You need a fairly substantial flour dough, not just for rolling out, but also for their boil. Hope this helps.
A recipe calls for self-rising flour. What GF flour can I substitute?
Diana M D on Jan 9, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Dear Diana,
In my few years of experimenting with baking gluten-free baking, I found that though the 1 to 1 Baking Flour has some rising agent in it, it was not enough. So I recommend starting with the blue bag of 1 to 1 Baking Flour, then either increase the baking powder by 1/2 tsp or dissolve maybe half of package of yeast to the recipe (remember to start the dry yeast on the opposite side of the bowl from salt, baking powder or baking soda). Or you can use the white, yellow or chocolate cake ready-to-mix Bob's Red Mill products.
Hope this helps.
Can this flour make yeast bread without a bread machine? I am trying it by mistake, and the dough is only barely rising.
A shopper on Dec 23, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I think it makes wonderful yeast bread. I’ve never used a bread machine so I don’t have that experience to compare it to. One would always want to proof your yeast first. My dough has a consistency of a thick cake batter. I let it rise once in the bowl for about 45 min. Then it goes into the bread pan where you let it rise again -it should double in volume. Be gentle with it as you spoon the dough into the bread pan. Make sure you’re proofing room is a nice 80 degrees at least. It should be ready for the oven in about 45 min or less. Don’t let it rise in the bread pan to long. Have your oven ready. From my kitchen to yours,
❤️gluten free should taste good❤️
has anyone tried this flour in a steamed Christmas pudding?
A shopper on Dec 4, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I have not, but if you normally would use all-purpose flour, I cannot see why this wouldn't work. For the muffins we make, it works almost exactly as our regular flour and the customers love them.
The name "Gluten Free 1:1 Baking Flour" confuses me. What does "1:1" mean? Am I supposed to use 1 part of this flour and 1 part something else for my gluten free baking?
Karen J on Feb 5, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Hi! You can use this flour as a direct (100%) replacement for all purpose wheat flour in most recipes. The 1:1 ratio means one part of all purpose wheat flour would equal one part of our GF 1-to-1 Baking Flour.
Does this product contain soy? I know sometimes tha xantham gum can contain soy.
A shopper on Jan 24, 2018
BEST ANSWER: This product does not contain any soy.
So is the GF baking flour not organic and Non GMO?? That’s really important to me as we have issues with all the roundup sprayed on crops... please say it is
A shopper on Jan 20, 2018
BEST ANSWER: This product is not organic however all of our products are non-GMO.

Throughout our nearly 40 years of offering whole grain foods for every meal of the day,
Bob’s Red Mill’s top priority has remained consistent: Maintaining a commitment to
source the highest quality ingredients available. Now, we’re taking that commitment
one step further with our Sourced Non-GMO Pledge.
Our Sourced Non-GMO Pledge means that the ingredients we source for our wholesome
products have been declared by their suppliers to be made without the use of modern
biotechnology. The truth is, we’ve always sourced using this practice, but now we’re
making our commitment visible on Bob’s Red Mill packages so that you can purchase
with confidence.
So, when you see our Sourced Non-GMO Pledge on one of our packages, you can be sure
that we’ve worked with our farmers and suppliers to source ingredients that were not
genetically engineered. That work includes cultivating trusted relationships over many
years and requiring documentation that attests to the fact that the ingredients have not
been genetically modified through the use of modern biotechnology. For assurance, we
conduct audits of our suppliers annually. We also source organic ingredients whenever
feasible, and by definition, foods that are Certified USDA Organic are made only with
ingredients that have not been bioengineered.
From our commitment to meeting the highest food safety standards in the country, to
our dedicated gluten free production, to our strict organic protocols, and now, to our
Sourced Non-GMO Pledge, we are continuously striving to build and maintain your trust.
Does this have any corn syrups or anything that doesn't fit in the low fodmap diet?
A shopper on Jan 13, 2018
BEST ANSWER: We are not familiar with the exact needs of the FODMAP diet, but it does not have any corn syrup solids in it.
What are the ingredients in this that makes it gluten free?
A shopper on Dec 11, 2017
BEST ANSWER: The ingredients in this product are Sweet White Rice Flour, Whole Grain Brown Rice Flour, Potato Starch, Whole Grain Sweet White Sorghum Flour, Tapioca Flour, Xanthan Gum.
Does the one to one flour contain nuts?
A shopper on Dec 2, 2017
BEST ANSWER: No, this product does not contain nuts, but it is packaged in a facility that also processes tree nuts.
How many cups of flour in the 25 lb bag?
Madeline H on Nov 30, 2017
BEST ANSWER: There should be approximately 76.5 cups of flour in a 25 pound bag.
What is the difference between gluten free all purpose flour and gluten free baking 1:1 flour? Thanks!
Elisha B on Nov 27, 2017
BEST ANSWER: The ingredients are different, but the biggest difference is that the gluten free 1 to 1 flour has xanthan gum added to it which makes it perfect for equally exchanging all purpose flour in your baked goods.
How much does 1 cup of Gluten Free 1 to 1 Baking Flour weigh?
A shopper on Oct 22, 2017
BEST ANSWER: A cup of our Gluten Free 1-to-1 Baking Flour weighs approximately 148 grams.
What are the flours in this blend?
A shopper on Oct 22, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Our Gluten Free 1-to-1 Baking Flour is a blend of Sweet White Rice Flour, Whole Grain Brown Rice Flour, Potato Starch, Whole Grain Sorghum Flour, Tapioca Flour and Xanthan Gum.

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