Trader Joe’s Gluten Free Flour, All Purpose

This Trader Joe’s gluten free flour is a good value, performs great as a regular flour substitute in recipes and baking, and comes in a 16 oz package. Gluten free flours can differ widely in both price and quality. It can be difficult to find reasonably priced gluten free flours without a bunch of junk added to it. If you make bread, cookies or anything else that calls for flour, this generally holds up pretty well. The taste, texture and appearance can be slightly different than regular flour if you haven’t cooked with this gf flour before. But TJs gluten free flour is a good substitute for flour overall, and performs well in things like pizza, chocolate chip cookies and focaccia bread!………….

  • 110 calories per serving
  • Net Weight: 16 oz
  • Ingredients are brown rice flour, potato starch, white rice flour and tapioca starch
  • Contains no xanthan gum
  • Higher fiber and protein content than regular all purpose flour

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Gluten Free All Purpose Flour at Trader Joe’s

There are so many different gluten free products at Trader Joe’s now that you can forget they also sell items to bake gluten free like this all purpose flour. And TJ’s flour is significantly cheaper than national brands like Bob’s Red Mill gluten free flour and King Arthur gluten free flour. What is everyone’s favorite recipe or way to use this TJs gluten free flour? I bet there are some super unique or creative recipes that use this gf flour and still taste delicious. If anyone has a favorite brand of gluten free flour I’d be super curious to know how it compares to this TJ’s version in terms of taste, texture and appearance! Here are some options if you can’t make it to TJs…..

King Arthur Flour, Measure for Measure Flour, Certified Gluten-Free, Non-GMO Project Verified, Certified Kosher, 3 Pounds (Packaging May Vary)

– Trader Joes Baker Josefs Gluten Free Flour, 2 1-lb Bags

Price: $3.99

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Trader Joe’s Gluten Free Bread Review

Trader Joe’s Website Gluten Free Products

7 thoughts on “Trader Joe’s Gluten Free Flour, All Purpose

  1. Warning! There’s a new Trader Joe’s gf flour. It’s so bitter, it ruined my butter cookies. They’re putting millet in it now. The package is different from the pink one we’ve been buying for years. But there’s really no warning that the product has changed. Be warned!

    1. Millets are a really good source of fibre there is no fault in eating them. Completely super healthy.

  2. I agree. I loved the old kind in the pink bag. This new one is disgusting and leaves a foul aftertaste. I’ve never been so dissatisfied in a TJ’s product.

  3. Made a birthday cake with it today (the millet version). So gross. I am throwing out half the cake, which I have never ever done.

  4. I agree that it doesn’t taste very good and I don’t think it’s certified gluten-free. Don’t know why they say the flour is so dangerous to eat raw, either, but I was definitely not well the day after I made cake with this and have to throw out the other half, as well. :/ :/ :/
    I looked online and it says the only flour not safe to eat raw is wheat flour, so…
    TJ’s, can you respond?

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