A Gluten Free Cheat Sheet to make life a bit easier

A gluten free Cheat Sheet to make baking easier

A gluten free Cheat Sheet to make baking easier

This cheat sheet makes a great kitchen accessory, so feel free to print, share or pin! Just take a quick look at your cheat sheet whenever you would like to convert a recipe.

Bear in mind that a gluten containing recipe you’ve known well will change a little when converted. Have patience with your new ingredients, and try your way to a great result.

For additional flour mixes and info on gluten free flours, please visit This Link.

There is a difference between Grains and Starches. The grain flours have a higher protein content and are used differently to the starches. The wonderful Glutenfreegirl has made a useful list of what flours come under what category:

Whole Grain Flours:

  • Brown rice flour
  • Buckwheat flour
  • Maize flour (read about the differences between maize/corn flours here)
  • Mesquite flour
  • Millet flour
  • Oat flour
  • Quinoa flour
  • Sorghum flour
  • Sweet potato flour
  • Teff flour

Starches:

  • Arrowroot
  • Cornstarch (read here for info)
  • Potato flour (read about the differences between potato starch and -flour here)
  • Potato starch
  • Sweet rice flour
  • Tapioca flour

Grams to Ounces Conversion Calculator
Kilograms to Pounds Conversion Calculator
Cups (US) to Decilitres Conversion Calculator
Cups (AU) to Decilitres Conversion Calculator


– All you need to know about Gluten on This Link

- Gluten Free Recipes on This Link
– How to make your own Gluten Free Flour Mix on This Link

- Learn about the different Gluten Free Flours and Starches on This Link

(I found inspiration for conversions at www.gygi.com )

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2 thoughts on “A Gluten Free Cheat Sheet to make life a bit easier

  1. Oh boy! I’m so happy I bumped into this site! I want to cry!!! I’m new to gluten free and am trying new flour mixes! I have more bread in the “bin” and none on the table!!!
    Hold thumbs! I’m going to try another, using your flour mix suggestions!

    • I’m so glad you find my blog useful Louise! Thank you so much for “visiting” and I wish you all the best in your baking :) Feel free to pop by again and share any good tips and tricks you come up with!

      -Kristine

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