I guess I shouldn’t be surprised that now (on this side of my body deciding it had no intention of handling wheat or gluten), King Arthur Flour is still my “go to” brand for gluten free baking. Their gluten free multi-purpose flour is as good as it gets and their gluten free mixes are nothing short of perfection.
Each and every time.
The most recent King Arthur Gluten Free Mix to rock my world was their Gluten Free Banana Bread Mix, pictured below. It makes banana nut bread (add your own nuts) that tastes every bit as delicious as traditional homemade banana nut bread.
As you can see from the pictures, I used my beloved mini loaves pan for the production. Not only do I think mini bread loaves are impossibly cute, they’re convenient for handing out to daughters, sons-in-law, and – of course – the husband. Anyone who passes through the kitchen gets a loaf of their own.
A couple have been known to pass through more than once while I’m doling them out.
I’m not sure why, but anything with the name King Arthur Flour on the front exceeds my expectations – and on a consistent basis. They are simply mad geniuses at all things culinary and I am ever so thankful that they are so wonderfully productive in the gluten free arena. Some companies seem to be ignoring us and (I guess) hoping that we either disappear or wake up one day able to eat anything and everything.
King Arthur Flour is actually one of the best brands at meeting the gluten free baker’s needs and I couldn’t be more grateful
This Gluten Free Banana Bread Mix (Amazon link) is just one of many gluten free mixes the company offers and EACH one is phenomenal. Seriously, I haven’t tried one King Arthur Gluten Free mix that wasn’t a perfect 10.
The Banana Bread Loaves (actually Banana Nut Bread Loaves, since I added walnuts) were moist, flavorful, and no one would even begin to suspect that they were gluten free.
King Arthur has a habit of scoring 10s.
King Arthur now has a Gluten Free Measure for Measure Flour that I’ll be buying and reviewing asap, if not sooner. I’m thinking this may well be the gluten free flour I need to become the queen of doughnut holes again. A title I kinda miss if we’re being honest.
Summary: If it says King Arthur Flour on the box or bag, snatch it up.