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I have a question about the recipe "Wake-Up Cocoa Quick Bread" from SmallKitchCara.

Can I make a gluten free version of this by substituting what kind of GF flour?

asked by boudicca49 almost 7 years ago

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fatmike
added almost 7 years ago

almond flour... it will work.

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boudicca49
added almost 7 years ago

Thanks so much Mike, I will give it a go and let you know!
Best,
boudicca49

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Hilarybee
added almost 7 years ago

I think a cup-for-cup GF flour might be better, texturally. Try King Arthur Flour's GF AP flour.
I also like this ratio from Gluten Free girl. To make your own GF flour, you will need a kitchen scale. Weights of flours and starches vary:

GlutenFree Girl's Cup for Cup GFree AP Flour:
glutenfreegirl.com/

200 grams superfine brown rice flour
150 grams sorghum flour
50 grams potato flour
250 grams sweet rice flour
150 grams potato starch
100 grams arrowroot powder
100 grams cornstarch

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Cara Eisenpress
added almost 7 years ago

I have no idea! I always use regular flours 'cause I'm not gluten-free.

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