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Free From Gluten Self Raising White Flour 1kg

A blend of naturally gluten free ingredients, use this flour as an alternative to self raising flour made from wheat. Follow one of our gluten free recipes or adapt a traditional recipe by adding a little extra liquid.

Using this 1kg size pack you can bake half a dozen cakes without any gluten. (Remember to keep all gluten free utensils and cooking separate from wheat products)

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£2.19 (£0.22/100g)

Dietary and allergen information:

Gluten free

Ingredients:

Flour blend (Rice, Potato, Tapioca, Maize & Buckwheat), Raising Agents (Mono Calcium
Phosphate, Sodium Bicarbonate), Xanthan Gum.

Ingredients from more than one country. Milled in the UK.

Storage: to keep your flour at its best, roll down the top after use, store in a cool dry place.  

 

Nutrition

Typical values per 100g
Energy 1459kJ
Energy 344kcal
Fat 1.0g
of which saturates 0.3g
Carbohydrate 78.1g
of which sugars 0.1g
Fibre 1.4g
Protein 5.5g
Salt 0.75g

Customer reviews

20 Reviews
5 stars: 19
4 stars: 1
3 stars: 0
2 stars: 0
1 stars: 0

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By Mrs Kathie Nicolson

23 Feb 2014 | 22:43 GMT

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I tried this flour tonight for the first time in a recipe for Lemon Cupcakes. I was pleasantly surprised by how well they turned out. Would definitely use this again and will try out some of the other products too.

By Mrs Chiro Fa

23 Oct 2013 | 10:21 BST

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This is great for cakes and things alike. Can this be used for bread? I can't get the Gluten Free Bread Flour here and am desperate to make some bread. Is there a recipe for bread using this flour?

The White Bread or Brown Bread flours would bake the best gluten free loaf. If you cannot get hold of these you could try substituting the Self Raising flour but unfortunately we do not have a recipe for this. ~Doves Farm

By Miss nikki dodd

21 Oct 2013 | 21:12 BST

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ive been wheat free for 19 years now and have had a few tests for coleac but have all come back clear but its hugely clear i have an allergy to wheat or gluten.using wheat and gluten free flours were a total nightmare before your flour became available.Your flours have changed cooking gluten and wheat free.could i be cheeky and ask if Mrs Minnie Bol-Fourie would be happy to share her chocolate cake reciepe. that would be lovely if she could.i strive to find the perfect chocolate cake recipe.
thanks doves farm
keep the great work up
best wishes nikki

By Miss nikki dodd

21 Oct 2013 | 21:12 BST

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ive been wheat free for 19 years now and have had a few tests for coleac but have all come back clear but its hugely clear i have an allergy to wheat or gluten.using wheat and gluten free flours were a total nightmare before your flour became available.Your flours have changed cooking gluten and wheat free.could i be cheeky and ask if Mrs Minnie Bol-Fourie would be happy to share her chocolate cake reciepe. that would be lovely if she could.i strive to find the perfect chocolate cake recipe.
thanks doves farm
keep the great work up
best wishes nikki

By Miss Sunie Shah

09 Aug 2013 | 22:44 BST

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This is an excellent flour I make cakes and cupcakes so easily which this which just require a little extra whipping from normal cakes to rise. Flavor is excellent and product is great, I combine all gluten cake recipes calling for flour with 1 part this flour and 1 part rice flour and that is the perfect combo to get a moist great tasting cake. With half this flour and have rice flour substitute in cakes you get the perfect tasting cake no dryness! :)

By Mrs Angela Brereton

13 Jun 2011 | 15:12 BST

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This flour is so versatile. Cakes are so light and no one knows its not wheat flour. Drop scones are good too. The beauty of it is, you just use it in place of normal self raising flour. (Just adding a bit more liquid). Congratulations to Doves on their award. They deserve it.

By Mrs Claire Fenton

09 Mar 2011 | 12:33 GMT

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I made the fairy cakes from the recipe on the pack - amazing! They are so light. And I made my shrove Tuesday pancakes, really yummy. I am so glad I found your flour as I love baking and really thought I was either going to have to stop or suffer everytime I made goodies. Highly recommended.

By Mrs Minnie Bol-Fourie

11 Dec 2010 | 09:41 GMT

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Im living in The Netherlands and a friend of mine was in UK...I made a chocolate sponge using this flour an OMG it was to die for!!! I usually add all the other ingredients myself (xantangum) but this is to die for. Love it

By Ms Janine Allen

07 Dec 2010 | 15:52 GMT

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My 10 yr old neice made me the most delicious cake using this flour. She has definitely converted me ... the sponge is so light and fluffy. SCRUMMY!

By Mrs D Garrett-Hill

24 Jan 2010 | 15:40 GMT

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This made fantastic fairy cakes, I couldn't tell the difference from usual flour. My gluten intolerant daughter is happy again!