If you shop at only one or two grocery stores and see the same products regularly, you may not realize that there are a lot of gluten-free flour brands on the market. We’ve compiled a comprehensive list of popular gluten-free flour suppliers that offer flour blends. In other words, our list leaves out naturally gluten-free flours like almond flour and tapioca flour. We’ve also included information on how you can purchase those products listed.
If baking your own bread isn’t your thing, try one of these 13 Trusted Gluten-Free Bread Brands.
Top Gluten-Free Flour Brands
Below is a list of 12 well-liked gluten-free flour companies. Please note that this gluten-free flour list does not cover every GF flour brand available. Instead, we’re focusing on the major brands that are accessible in many areas. If you have a popular brand in your area and it’s not on our list, comment below! We’re always updating these product lists so they are relevant to you.
This post is informational only. Gluten-Free Grubbin’ will not receive compensation in any form for mentioning these products or brands.
- GF Classical Blend (This product is not recommended for making bread)
- Steve’s GF Bread Flour Blend
- Steve’s GF Cake Flour
- Bette’s Featherlight Flour Blend
- Bette’s Four Flour Blend
- Multi-Blend Flour
Cross-Contact: All Authentic Foods products are created in a dedicated facility that is free from gluten. (Source: Authentic Foods)
Where To Buy: Amazon and Authenticfoods.com. If you don’t want to order their gluten-free flour online, use the Authentic Foods product locator to find a retail location near you that offers AF items.
- All Purpose Flour Mix (not ideal for making pancakes)
- Seasoned Flour Mix
Cross-Contact: Their product facility is free from the top eight common allergens, which includes wheat. (Source: Better Batter)
Where To Buy: Amazon and Betterbatter.org. Use Better Batter’s contact form to ask the company where you can buy their products near you.
- All-Purpose Gluten Free Rice Flour Blend
Cross-Contact: Betty Crocker has no official statement about how they keep their flour blends safe from gluten. Additionally, the Allergy Information tab on the product page for their all-purpose gluten-free flour says, “Information not available.”
Where To Buy: Betty Crocker’s retailer locator allows you to select specific flour and baking mixes, then see where you can pick them up in your area.
Bob’s Red Mill
- Gluten Free 1-to-1 Baking Flour
- Gluten Free All-Purpose Baking Flour
Cross-Contact: Bob’s Red Mill gluten-free products are manufactured in a 100% gluten-free facility that is separate from where other gluten-containing foods are produced. ELISA Gluten Assay batch tests are performed in a quality control laboratory. The products that are deemed safe for people who need a gluten-free diet are marked with a red GF logo.
The Gluten-Free Certification Organization has certified some of Bob’s Red Mill products, which are identifiable by the GFCO logo printed on the packages. However, none of the products on Bob’s Red Mill website currently contain the GFCO logo. (Source: Bob’s Red Mill)
Where To Buy: Consult the Bob’s Red Mill store finder to see where you can pick up some gluten-free flour today.
- Cup4Cup Multipurpose Flour (not recommended for yeasted recipes)
- Cup4Cup Wholesome Flour
Cross-Contact: Cup4Cup gluten-free flour blends meet the strict standards to be listed by the GFCO as certified gluten free. (Source: Cup4Cup)
Where To Buy: The Cup4Cup store locator will help you see how far you’d need to travel to buy this popular gluten-free flour.
- Great Value Gluten-Free All-Purpose Flour
Cross-Contact: The company does not have an allergen safety policy listed, so we reached out for clarification. We’ll update this article if we hear back.
Note, however, that the packaging for Great Value Gluten-Free All-Purpose Flour contains a GFCO certification.
Where To Buy: Great Value products are available only at Walmart, and we’ve been able to order them at Walmart.com.
King Arthur Flour
- Gluten-Free Measure for Measure Flour (KAF recommends not using this for yeasted recipes)
- Gluten-free All-Purpose Flour
Cross-Contact: King Arthur Flour packages their gluten-free flour mixes in a certified gluten-free facility. Both of the blends listed above have been certified by the GFCO. (Source: King Arthur Flour)
Where To Buy: You can use this King Arthur Flour product locator to find their gluten-free flour near you.
- Gluten Free All-Purpose Flour
Cross-Contact: Krusteaz doesn’t list a gluten cross-contact policy on their website, so we contacted them to find out more. A rep stated that their gluten-free mixes are made in a separate facility than the regular mixes and on a certified gluten-free production line. Additionally, Krusteaz GF products carry the certified gluten-free seal. (Source: Krusteaz email and Twitter responses)
Where To Buy: Check out the Krusteaz product locator to learn more.
- Perfect Flour Blend
Cross-Contact: The GFCO certified Namaste Foods’ dedicated gluten-free facility. Moreover, Namaste’s suppliers must provide non-contamination certificates. Namaste Foods also uses ELISA gluten testing to ensure that their products come in at less than 10 ppm. (Source: Namaste Foods)
Where To Buy: Visit the Namaste Foods’ store locator to learn where you can buy their gluten-free flour.
- Pillsbury Best Multi-Purpose Gluten Free Flour Blend
Cross-Contact: Pillsbury’s website does not contain a statement about how they ensure their baking mixes are free from gluten. We contacted the company to learn more, so we’ll update this article if they email us back. (Pillsbury was the only one of all the gluten-free flour brands to not email us back within a few days.)
- All-Purpose Flour Artisan Blend
- Nut Flour Blend
Cross-Contact: Pamela’s flour mixes are produced in a certified gluten-free facility. (Source: Pamela)
Where To Buy: You can use this U.S. store locator to find Pamela’s gluten-free flour in your city.
- Simply Balanced Gluten Free Flour Blend
Cross-Contact: This Target-original carries GFCO certification on the packaging image listed on Target’s website. Under the Dietary Needs category online, it says, “Certified Gluten Free.” (Source: Simply Balanced)
Where To Buy: This gluten-free flour blend is only available at Target, and you can purchase it online.
We hope you’ll find this list of gluten-free flour brands and their products helpful. If you’ve used any of these products and want to share your feedback, we’d love to hear from you!
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