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Reviewed by carolyn on
By far the best GF flour I have ever used. Truly cannot tell a difference in my baking. Friends do not believe that my chocolate chip cookies are gf. Same recipe as before but only substituted flour with C4C flour. Same with brownies and other cookies,pies, etc. Worth every penny
Reviewed by Karla on
I couldn't agree with Carolyn more:) It is well worth the $$ and so easy to use!! If anyone has used it for bread or dough recipes I would be curious to hear how they turned out as I haven't tried it yet:)
Reviewed by Debbie on
This is the best GF flour I have ever used! It is a little more expensive than other GF flours, but the results are worth it. My cookies, scones, pies, and cinnamon rolls taste just like they did with gluten flour. I took GF chocolate chip cookies to a party, and no one knew that they were gluten free.

I used Cup 4 Cup to make some oatmeal bread. The bread didn't rise quite as much as it did with gluten flour (by almost an inch), but the texture and taste was perfect. It might be the recipe I used, because my cinnamon rolls didn't have any problems rising.

So many gluten free flours have a dissolving texture, but not Cup 4 Cup. The texture is perfect.
Reviewed by Kara on
My 14 year old son was diagnosed with Celiac disease last September. My husband did some on-line research and this flour seemed to be most popular. We tried it and loved it. We have tried others but this is our favorite. We buy it at Wegmans.
Reviewed by Beth on
I can't use this one because it has milk powder in it. My husband can't have dairy produces and my son can't have gluten (Celiac disease).

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Cup 4 Cup

Cup 4 Cup Gluten Free Flour

Produced independently in a dedicated Celiac Sprue Association-certified gluten free facility.

Cup 4 Cup is a basic multipurpose gluten free flour that performs like wheat flour in baking and cooking.   It was developed in the famed French Laundry Restaurant by Lena Kwak, then the restaurant's Research & Development Chef. 

Ingredients include: Cornstarch, white rice flour, brown rice flour, milk powder, tapioca flour, potato starch and xanthan gum.

This flour is not allergen friendly as it includes both corn and milk.

The Cup 4 Cup website includes lots of great recipes using their flour blend. 

It is one of the most expensive gluten free multipurpose flour blends but it gets rave reviews from everyone.   I honestly have never heard anything bad about it. 

 

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Reviewed by carolyn on
By far the best GF flour I have ever used. Truly cannot tell a difference in my baking. Friends do not believe that my chocolate chip cookies are gf. Same recipe as before but only substituted flour with C4C flour. Same with brownies and other cookies,pies, etc. Worth every penny
Reviewed by Karla on
I couldn't agree with Carolyn more:) It is well worth the $$ and so easy to use!! If anyone has used it for bread or dough recipes I would be curious to hear how they turned out as I haven't tried it yet:)
Reviewed by Debbie on
This is the best GF flour I have ever used! It is a little more expensive than other GF flours, but the results are worth it. My cookies, scones, pies, and cinnamon rolls taste just like they did with gluten flour. I took GF chocolate chip cookies to a party, and no one knew that they were gluten free.

I used Cup 4 Cup to make some oatmeal bread. The bread didn't rise quite as much as it did with gluten flour (by almost an inch), but the texture and taste was perfect. It might be the recipe I used, because my cinnamon rolls didn't have any problems rising.

So many gluten free flours have a dissolving texture, but not Cup 4 Cup. The texture is perfect.
Reviewed by Kara on
My 14 year old son was diagnosed with Celiac disease last September. My husband did some on-line research and this flour seemed to be most popular. We tried it and loved it. We have tried others but this is our favorite. We buy it at Wegmans.
Reviewed by Beth on
I can't use this one because it has milk powder in it. My husband can't have dairy produces and my son can't have gluten (Celiac disease).

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