6 Gluten-Free Flour Alternatives and Exactly How to Use Them
When switching your diet over to be gluten-free, you don't have to give up some of your favorite foods. Yes, pizza crust typically has gluten, but you can make your own crust without it. Sure, your favorite chocolate chip cookies are most definitely not gluten-free, but I promise you can make an alternative batch that will taste just as good, if not better.
There are a lot of baking products that function virtually the same way as conventional flour, and many of them offer far more health benefits than regular old all-purpose flour. I've experimented with many of them, but the following six are my favorites. Keep in mind, though, that most gluten-free flours don't have the binding agents that all-purpose flour does, so you might need to add xanthan gum to your recipes!