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King Arthur Flour Takes On Gluten-Free

It says a lot about my recent lack of posting, that I only got 2 comments on a giveaway.  We’ll try to do better next time.  Lucky commenter Shelly has won a $25 gift card to the Kroger family of stores!

A number of my friends who used to bake a lot pre-gf always talk about King Arthur Flour, and those that still do bake a lot talk about the great baking pans and equipment available from them.

Well, in less than a week, King Arthur Flour is adding gluten-free to the line-up. 

Now you know all that I know about it.  I hope we see great things from them.






9 responses to “King Arthur Flour Takes On Gluten-Free”

  1. Jen Avatar

    I still read all your posts! I just never comment because I read all my blogs through Bloglines reader. I’m a bad blogger! lol. I’m so excited that King Arthur came out with a GF line!!!

  2. Anita Avatar

    Are they doing just a general baking mix??? I don’t want premade cake etc mixes. And hopefully the price will be good. Now I use Meister’s mix, which substitutes for all my Betty Crocker AND family recipes, except for bread and pie crust. But it is $$$$.

    But this is exciting news. Hopefully the market will bear it.

  3. Gluten Free Life Avatar

    They’re doing a variety of mixes as well as a all purpose flour mix. Most of the mixes are already available in their store, the March 1 date seems to only be for the gluten free part of their site. The mixes seem to be priced at $6.95, but I didn’t check on a price for the flour mix.

  4. heather Avatar

    I am so happy to hear about this! Before I had to go GF, I always used King Arthur flour! I’m so happy they are introducing GF items now. I just hope my stores start carrying them right away!

  5. Molly @ KAF Avatar

    Not only have we come out with mixes, we have recipes that use the g-f baking blend mix. Type gluten free in the recipe search box and you’ll pull them all up. The white bread is delicious!

    1. Cassandra Avatar

      Thanks you, Molly, for letting us know. Those look like some pretty delicious recipes!

  6. Terry Evans Avatar

    I am so unhappy that I will need to spend about $13.00 including shipping for one box of the King Arthur Gluten Free Mix. That is much too expensive for my budget. I am retired, gluten free, and living on a limited income. All the gluten free products in the stores are so expensive. It does not seem right that when a person has an allergy to some type of food product, that he or she be made to pay so much more for a new product. The cost does not justify the end. Therefore, I have had to do without many of the foods I would enjoy having. I have not had a real sandwich for over two years, because of the cost of the gluten free bread.

    My husband and I donate a lot of our time during the Chirstmas Season to charity, as Santa Claus and Mrs. Claus. He has a full white natural beard, and makes a wonderful Claus. We work at giving back to the commuity and giving of ourselves to those less fortunate than ourselves.

    I am trying to form a gluten free club, whereby we could buy gluten free flour in bulk, and not have to pay so much for it, and divide it among ourselves.

    1. Sydney Avatar

      The KAF gluten-free all purpose flour is available in West Coast grocery stores (Fred Meyer/Kroger) for about $6 for a 24 ounce box, if you haven’t found it already by now!

  7. Britt Avatar

    I love these mixes! I’m hoping if they become popular enough they will sell them in bulk!