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King Arthur, Gluten Free Pancake Mix, Certified Gluten-Free, Non-GMO Project Verified, Certified Kosher, 15 Ounces, Packaging May Vary

(10 customer reviews)

About this item Finally, a gluten-free pancake mix that’s simple to prepare and tastes delicious

$8.50

Based on 10 reviews

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  1. gercarogercaro

    They make the nicest gluten free pancakes I have tried and I have tried several brands, these look and have the texture of the real thing. They are a little bland so expect to add some vanilla cinnamon or whatever your preference. After trying out the pancakes we bought a waffle iron/maker and made Belgian waffles with vanilla, cinnamon and fresh blueberries, they were sooooo tasty I think the mix works so much better for waffles and they heat up later in the toaster too. The only negative is the mix is too good you could easily eat too many 🙂

    gercarogercaro

  2. Daniel Bobinski

    This stuff is amazing. In a world that is striving to develop palatable gluten free / non-gmo cake & bread products, this King Arthur Gluten Free Pancake Mix has set the standard to which other companies must strive. The pancakes are quite tasty, and I would never have guessed they were gluten free. If you want a VERY GOOD GF pancake (bordering on excellence), THIS is the mix to buy.Side note: The box says it makes 16 pancakes, so I guess it depends on how big you make your cakes. We made 24 pancakes that were 4 – 4.5″ wide .. and all of ’em yummy. 🙂

    Daniel Bobinski

  3. Ravelwriter

    My husband and children LOVE pancakes, so we’ve eaten lots of them at home and in restaurants. We’re breakfast people. As far as GF pancake mixes go, this is hands-down the best on the market. No one will know it’s GF, and it yields a thick fluffy stack. Flavor is similar to a diner pancake, but better. In fact, this mix is better than any of the restaurants in my area that serve GF pancakes, and I’ve recommended to at least one owner that they switch.A single box will feed a small army. For my family of 4, I make two batches from each box. (I use a food scale to weigh the contents, and then I use half at a time.) The recipe calls for milk, oil or butter, and eggs. If you’re also dairy-free (GFDF) as many people are, this is not the mix for you. But if you are, you can always call the KAF Baker’s Hotline and speak to a friendly baker who can advise you on whether you can modify the recipe. I call the hotline periodically, and all the bakers who staff it are versed in GF baking. They’ve got great ideas and can help you improvise. If you’re not familiar with the company, King Arthur uses high quality ingredients and the company has a fine reputation in the baking world.So grateful to find this on Subscribe & Save. I use a case per month.

    Ravelwriter

  4. R. beck

    We’ve tried many different gluten-free pancake mixes over the past few years (mostly from Costco). Honestly they weren’t very good. I saw a deal for the King Arthur (6 boxes for less than $12) so I decided to try it. Boy, I wish I had purchased way more than 6 boxes for that price. This stuff is amazing. It’s not just good for being Gluten-free, it’s good, period. We can’t even tell it’s gluten-free. The problem is that now I like it and I’ll have to pay the regular (relatively high) price. Oh well, I’m glad I found it.

    R. beck

  5. NPR MAN

    We tried several pancake mixes that are GF, and the King Arthur mix is the best (by far!).Easy to make, it simply takes 2 large eggs, 6 tablespoons of butter and 2 cups of milk. I like to whisk these 3 items together, then blend in the pancake powder mix. They recommend that you let the stirred mix sit for 10 minutes prior to making your pancakes. These pancakes taste wonderful, and are light and fluffy. To make them super yummy, add fresh blueberries to mix (I like LOTS of blueberries in my cakes!).Enjoy!

    NPR MAN

  6. Amazon Customer

    We’ve tried many gluten free pancake mixes and mixed them from scratch, but nothing tasted like the gluten free pancakes at our favorite breakfast spot until these King Arthur GF pancakes. We would not have tried them since they were more expensive than the others, but the chef at the restaurant told us that he used this King Arthur GF pancake mix for the ones at the restaurant. Now our pancakes at home taste exactly like the ones at the restaurant. Given the prices at the restaurant, pancakes made from this mix are about 1/4 to 1/3 the price of the restaurant variety – and we don’t need to mask up and sanitize when we prepare them at home. Heartily endorse these!

    Amazon Customer

  7. Wed645

    My adult daughter has been GF for 10 years (gluten allergy). We’ve tried quite a few GF flours and pancake mixes at all price points. This is THE best by far. She reports that is tastes exactly like the gluten pancakes she used to be able to eat. This is a good company (employee owned). We are not always able to find this product in our grocery stores, so appreciate being able to order it here.

    Wed645

  8. Amazon User

    I love this pancake mix. I have Crohns and I don’t get a reaction during or after eating. That isn’t to say anyone with Crohns will have the same positive experience. I started eating gluten free and soy free just a few years ago, and I dislike most gluten free substitutes as many taste like cardboard. But this mix is delicious! I cannot tell a from non-gluten pancakes made from scratch. I use almond milk as a milk substitute and they taste so good. If I feel like making a crepe I just add more milk! Though you have the option of making half of the box, I make the entire thing. I have stored the batter for over 48 hours in my fridge, just adding a little milk each time to liven up the mix. In fact, I think the pancakes taste better when I refrigerate the mix before cooking! 🙂 Happy Pancake Eating!!!

    Amazon User

  9. spartanmama

    This is hands down the best GF pancake mix. We have tried them all and I make these gluten, dairy, and soy free. And everyone loves them, especially my kids. Here’s my trick to making them fluffy like regular pancakes: separate the eggs – FIRST whisk 1tsp of cream of tarter into the whites until frothy, then combine all ingredients (adding back in yolk) as directed. This extra step takes 90 seconds, but is SOOOO worth it.

    spartanmama

  10. Heather ThomasHeather Thomas

    If you are looking for a very good gluten free pancake option…. you found one! I used applesauce instead of oil, and I will use almond milk instead of regular milk next time. The pancakes are fluffy and taste so yummy, I also added cinnamon and vanilla my kids loved them! 2nd pic almond milk applesauce instead of oil and egg whites, cinnamon and vanilla. So so good! Will definitely but again.

    Heather ThomasHeather Thomas

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