Last Updated on July 2, 2022
Today, we’re going to be taking a look at King Arthur gluten free flour ingredients, and seeing what recipes you can make with this versatile flour. Gluten-free flour is a staple food in any gluten-free household. However, it can be hard to know which flour to replace with wheat flour, and how much to use, in every recipe. But the Kings Arthur gluten-free flour is incredibly versatile and can be used as a replacement in pretty much any recipe like to like. But what is it made from? What can you make with it? Let’s take a look.
What Is Gluten Free Flour?
Nowadays, gluten-free flour is relatively easy to find. Gluten-free flour is a name that’s given to all flour that does not contain any gluten. Whether it be rice flour, buckwheat flour, or almond flour – they’re usually all given the generic name of gluten-free flour. Usually, you can not simply replace one flour with another in a recipe, but that’s what all-purpose flours are used for, and why they’re so popular.
What Is King Arthur?
If you’re from the US, you’ll likely already be familiar with King Arthur Baking. They’ve specialized in baking since 1790 (isn’t that incredible?!) and they supply a range of baking products from flours, to cake mixes, to baking tools. They also have a specially designed gluten-free range, which is 100% gluten-free and offers products such as bread mixes, doughnut mixes, cake mixes, flour and so much more.
You can find out more about King Arthur and its gluten-free products here.
King Arthur Gluten Free Flour Ingredients
There are a few gluten-free flours available from King Arthur, but the one we’re looking at is the Gluten-Free Measure for Measure flour. This can be used as a replacement for wheat flour in virtually any recipe; all while using the same amount of flour you would usually. But what are the ingredients in this product?
- rice flour
- whole-grain brown rice flour
- whole sorghum flour
- tapioca starch
- potato starch
- xanthan gum
- vitamin and mineral blend
King Arthur-Gluten Free Flour Nutritional Information
You may be wondering about the nutritional value of this gluten-free flour. Every four tablespoons of flour contain the following:
- Calories: 100
- Fat: 0g
- Cholesterol: 0g
- Sodium: 15g
- Carbs: 24g
- Dietary Fiber: 2g
- Sugar: 0g
- Protein: 1g
What Recipes Can You Make With King Arthur Gluten Free Flour?
King Arthur has over 400 gluten-free recipes using their products on their website. They’ve got you covered on any occasion, for every meal time. Some of their most popular recipes include:
- sandwich bread (gluten-free)
- pizza crust (gluten-free)
- banana muffins (gluten-free)
- pancakes and waffles (gluten-free)
- scones (gluten-free)
- cinnamon rolls (gluten-free)
Gluten Free Pasta Recipe
Once you have this staple in your pantry, you can make a huge selection of foods. One of the tastiest foods to enjoy fresh is gluten-free pasta. And it’s easier to make than you may think – and doesn’t need many ingredients at all! This recipe is inspired by one from King Arthur Baking.
The ingredients you’ll need for this recipe are:
- 1 1/4 cups of King Arthur gluten-free flour
- 4 large egg yolks
- 1 large egg
- 2-4 tbsp. of water
Now all you need to do is:
Step 1: Make the Dough
Grab a bowl and add the gluten-free flour. Now add the egg yolks and the large egg. Mix with your hands and then knead as it starts to take shape. At this point, start adding water – do this gradually. You only need enough water so that your dough becomes smooth and pliable. Now mold the dough into a rectangle (around 1″), wrap, and leave for around 30 minutes.
Step 2: Shape the Dough
Once it’s been 30 minutes, grab some flour and lightly flour on both sides of the dough, and your rolling pin. Now roll the dough into the thickness you like (it can be whichever size you’d like). You’ll likely need to add more flour as you go. Now cut into shapes of your choice, and cover with flour once more.
Step 3: Cook the Pasta
Boil a pan with water and one tablespoon of salt over high heat. Once boiling, reduce to medium heat and add the pasta. Cook for around 2-4 minutes (the time will all depend on the size, shape, and thickness of your pasta). Once cooked, drain and add oil. Enjoy!
I hope this article has given you an idea of what the ingredients in King Arthur gluten-free flour are. As well as helping you to become more familiar with what foods you can make with this product. If you’ve never heard of King Arthur Baking, I would highly recommend checking them out, whether you follow a gluten-free diet or not.
Do you have any gluten-free recipes to share using King Arthur flour? If so, please feel free to let me know in the comments below. Sharing is caring!
Read more about: Pamela’s Gluten-Free Flour (& GF Recipes)
What is King Arthur’s Gluten-Free Flour Made of?
The main ingredients in King Arthur's gluten free flour are: rice flour, whole grain brown rice flour, whole sorghum flour, tapioca starch and potato starch.
Does King Arthur Gluten-Free Flour Contain Xanthan Gum?
If we're specifically looking at the Measure for Measure gluten free flour, then yes! This product already contains xanthan gum, so there's no need to add it to our recipes. But always check the ingredients, as every flour is different.
What are the Ingredients in Gluten-Free Flour?
Gluten free flour can be made with a range of non gluten containing products. Some of the most popular alternative to wheat flour are rice flour, sorghum flour, buckwheat flour, teff flour, tapioca starch and potato starch.
Does Gluten-Free Flour Change a Recipe?
It may change the texture of a recipe slightly, but besides that - there is no real difference with gluten free flour...it just doesn't contain the gluten!
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