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Gluten-Free Baking Mix Recipe

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Many gluten-free items have a long list of ingredients. Keep this mix on hand so you can whip up breakfast or a snack anytime. Store this mix in the refrigerator or freezer, and let it come to room temperature before use.

Total Time:  50 S
Servings:  26
Calories:  160


  • 2cups cornstarch
  • 1cup gluten-free rolled oats
  • 1 1/2 cups tapioca starch
  • 2cups white rice
  • Nutritional Information

    • Serving Size: 0
    • Fat: 0g
    • Saturated Fat: 0g
    • Cholesterol: 0mg
    • Sodium: 5mg
    • Carbohydrates: 36g
    • Fiber: 2g
    • Sugar: 0g
    • Protein: 3g


    Add white rice to FourSide jar and secure lid. Press "Speed Up" to Speed 9, and run full cycle. Add rice flour to large bowl or zip-top bag.

    Add oats to jar and secure lid. Press "Speed Up" to Speed 7, and run cycle for 20 seconds. Add oat flour, cornstarch, and tapioca starch to rice flour; incorporate all ingredients.

    Use immediately or store in zip-top bag in refrigerator or freezer.

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    • Yes, the Blendtec will take raw, hard brown or white rice and make flour in 50 seconds. The texture of the flour is a little coarse, so if you want a finer flour, blend the flour for 50 more seconds and the result will be a nice rice pastry flour. You can read this blog post for more gluten-free flour ideas and tips:…

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    • Can this be used in recipes as a flour substitute?

      skimama on

    • oooh………….what’s the price on one that will do that? Also, are they rugged machines, like say my Kitchen Aid mixer I’ve had going on 20 years? Quality machine!

      OscarTheCat on

    • I have the 725 model so I don’t have the ‘Speed 9’ feature. How long would I blend this and at what speed or setting? Thank you! :)

      Kristine- Real Food Girl on

    • Yes, it can be!

      Blendtec on

    • Fantastic, thank you! Much appreciated! :)

      Kristine- Real Food Girl on

    • Run it on a high speed for 50 seconds. Happy blending!

      Blendtec on

    • Love the look of this. Is there something (not wheat) that I could substitute for cornstarch here?

      Christine Livingston on

    • Oscar, They All Do That! I Have The Classic. I Make Powdered Sugar, Hummus, Tahini, Dog Treats… I Work It Hard And Have Burned Out A Couple Of Jars, And Blendtec Has Fsithfully Replaced Them. You Will Be Happy.

      KarenL on

    • You can substitute the cornstarch with tapioca starch but it may change the texture. Happy blending!

      Blendtec on

    • You could try using brown rice flour, corn flour, mesquite flour or millet flour.

      Blendtec on

    • Hi, is there something you could substitute oats with?

      Jacquie on

    • Our apologies – we have updated the nutritional information. You can use this in place of flour in any recipe!

      Blendtec on

    • Hi there, is there a recipe page dedicated to things you can make using the baking mix…meaning can I use it to make biscuits, or bread or things of that nature? Also what is the serving size that uses those nutritional values? That part is omitted above. Thanks!!

      Paul on

    • Yes, you can! See this post for more information:…

      Blendtec on

    • Can I make Quinoa flour?

      Giselle on

    • How long will this last refrigerated?

      Mindi on

    • When you say this can be used instead of flour does that mean with the same volume? In other words one cup for one cup?

      melmans on

    • It should keep for about 4-5 months.

      Blendtec on

    • Yep!

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    • Great question! You can’t substitute only quinoa flour as it is not a binder flour so it will crumble and fall apart. We suggest using half quinoa flour, half rice and some tapioca starch (1/2 cup quinoa flour, 1/2 cup rice flour, 2-4 tbsp tapioca starch).

      Blendtec on

    • I saw that post but one thing I was not clear – If I substitute quinoa for rice in this recipe will it still be one cup for one cup? Or is quinoa somehow different?

      melmans on

    • Yes, you can but it will be a finer flour and remember millet has a dustier flavor than rice so keep that in mind. Happy blending!

      Blendtec on

    • Could I replace the rice with millet and still get a desirable outcome?

      Serenity Valley on

    • Does the Blend Tec actually take brown and white rice, raw and rock hard as it comes, and blend it into flour, without tons of work on my part: read……shaking around the container, like I have to with my blender, food processor, with just trying to make OAT flour. I then have to sift it with a really fine sifter, and you can imagine the pain in the neck this is!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I hesitate to spend so much money on a Blend Tec if it’s not going to do ALL the work in making my RICE FLOURS, brown and white. Thanks anyone who knows.

      OscarTheCat on

    • could I use brown rice instead of white?

      suzyqnj2011 on

    • Can brown rice be used instead of white rice?

      J L on

    • What is this mix’s shelf life?

      Gramma of 3 girls on

    • You certainly can!

      Blendtec on

    • Can this flour be substituted in recipes that call for wheat flour?

      Mama Solar on

    • This will last for about a month in the pantry, and up to 3 months in the fridge.

      Blendtec on

    • Any suggestions for a cornstarch substitute?? Cooking for someone w/ a corn allergy…thanks!!

      BP on

    • Do I need to wash the rice and wait it dry before add the rice to the jar?

      Peggy on

    • Does rice "pit" the container when blending? I have read about it but didn’t know if rice was easier on the machine to blend than other grains.

      Jill on

    • The current recipe doesn’t have much nutrition. To up the nutrition I suggest grinding Amaranth and using instead of white or brown rice. And for your babies don’t feed them rice cereal with little nutrition feed them Amaranth ground up and cooked using 1 part amaranth to 3 parts water or milk. More info about amaranth at chef

      Gina on

    • can you use kudzu root instead of cornstarch?

      curious on

    • Hi Liz,
      Our GF Chocolate Chip Cookies use this mix:…

      Blendtec on

    • Any recipes for baking breads, cakes,
      Or cookies with this mix?

      Liz on

    • Easy to make and much cheaper than the store bought gluten free baking mix.

      Cheryl Rahkonen on

    • It’s hard to find good gluten-free food. It’s hard to replace wheat. Other flours don’t behave the same way so you have to know what you’re doing with a substitute.
      Ron |…

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