King Arthur, Measure for Measure Flour, Certified Gluten-Free, Non-GMO Project Verified, Certified Kosher, 3 Pounds, Packaging May Vary

(10 customer reviews)

About this item King Arthur Measure for Measure Flour is gluten-free but also 1:1 substitute for wheat flour; an essential gluten-free pantry staple for bakers This gluten-free flour is fortified with iron, calcium and Vitamin B and comes in a re-sealable bag. Not ideal for yeasted recipes (breads, pizza, and buns) King Arthur Measure for Measure Flour is Non-GMO Project Verified; Certified Gluten-Free by The GFCO, a program of the Gluten Intolerance Group (GIG); Certified Kosher and Non-Dairy. Item Form: Powdered King Arthur Baking Company is a 100% Employee-Owned Company and a founding B Corporation We are King Arthur Baking Company. Our name and logo reflect who we’ve always been and always will be: bakers who are committed to spreading the simple joy of baking


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  1. psyco24

    I normally make my own blend of gluten free flour but decided to give this a try as King Arthur has a great reputation with other products. It says that it is cup for cup but I found my products a little stiff. I made a batch of Sandies cookies, bread dough for cinnamon rolls and dough for dumplings. There wasn’t enough flour left for rolling things out so had to use other that I already had. Other than maybe needing to use a little less than called for, I believe this worked really well.


  2. Gayle Moeller

    The *best* flour in this category!No off-putting odors, no gumminess, no grit, no strange textures in the finished product. I’ve baked brownies, scones, pancakes, pie crust, quick breads and all were completely comparable to the ones I made with wheat flour.KAF (and I) do not suggest using this product as a replacement for wheat flour in yeasted bread recipes unless it’s a recipe written as a gluten free bread recipe.Happy to be baking with excellent results!Edited to add: Yes, Amazon’s price is higher than what is currently charged at the KAF website; however, when I compared the prices and shipping costs together it made sense for me to order from Amazon. I suggest others make the same comparison.

    Gayle Moeller

  3. D. Bors

    Used this to make Irish soda bread. Came out perfect. We noticed a slightly different texture to the bread. Almost, for lack of a better word, creamier. I do not mean it negatively. It was delicious. The flour seems finer than regular flour. It’s unfortunate that gluten free is so expensive.

    D. Bors

  4. Tommy PI

    This is the perfect substitute for regular flour for anyone that either wants or needs to remove Gluten from their diet. I have tried a number of other GF AP Flour substitutes and this one acts as close to regular flour as I have found. For those that would rather not mix their own GF Flour, this is the product for you. As a long time chef, who had to relearn how to cook, due to my wife being diagnosed with Celiac Disease, this has been my go to for well over a year

    Tommy PI

  5. QueenofthehouseQueenofthehouse

    This is one of the best gluten free flours out there!I had been looking for a cup for cup flour blend that didn’t contain corn starch ( I’m allergic)but still rose well for baked goods and this is it!I’ve even been able to make my baked goods vegan and it still tastes like the real thing!Check out these vegan oil free bagels and crescent rolls made with King Arthur’s.Look at how bready and delicious they look!The crescent rolls were practically impossible to make prior to using this flour because they required a lot of butter substitute and I can only have about a teaspoon per day due to dietary restrictions, but mixing this flour with cassava flour and brushing them with a teaspoon of vegan butter worked like a charm! The bagels were made with only King Arthur’s using a recipe found on the SO Delicious website , but I occasionally add 1 blended cup of raw cauliflower( with the juices cheeseclothed out) per 3 cups of flour to the recipe if I’m trying to increase my vegetable intake. It sounds a little weird but it also helps keep the bagels moist on the inside and last longer.Both the bagels and croissants tasted great!We love this so much we get it monthly through subscribe and save!Definitely give this flour a try.


  6. ShopperShopper

    While King Arthur says this bread is not ideal for yeast-products, I found it still works. In the pictures, I made a 2LB gluten-free sandwich bread using a Pullman loaf pan with a lid. It came out so great, and the bread was a hit in the house. One pound was downed within the first hour. Easily the best bread I’ve had. I highly recommend this flour!


  7. Kate E

    This flour has worked great for me so far. I like to bake cakes, and used this flour to substitute for regular flour in two cake recipes so far (sweet potato cake and spice cake) and both tasted excellent! The flour does leave a little bit of a mealy texture, so I try to use it only recipes where other ingredients can mask the texture of the flour. I think this would work great for a carrot cake, but maybe not so well for a yellow cake. I also used it to flour the pans when baking GF cakes from mixes and it works well for that purpose, too. I haven’t yet tried it for sauces, crusts, or other types of recipes.

    Kate E

  8. BK

    I have tried so many gluten free flours and they have a terrible after taste. This has been the best! Everything tastes normal!!! My daughter made brownies using this flour and I had to double check that she made them gluten free. Highly recommend


  9. Cody

    I’m a college student that works full-time. Having celiac disease makes my food options pretty limited. Ever since I was diagnosed early last year and went gluten-free, I never really found the time to plan out my meals and ensure I was getting enough carbs to make it through the day. I ended up dropping to 95lbs (I’m 5′ 7″) because I’d slip into only eating one measly meal a day for weeks at a time. For awhile I survived on almost nothing but potatoes, cheese, and meat. I have tried many different mixes and all of my efforts to regain “bread” into my meals were a complete waste of time and money… Until I tried King Arthur’s GF mix. I got it, followed the gluten-free bread recipe from their website, and TO MY AMAZEMENT, it freaking worked without a hitch! The texture was a bit off on my first try, but I finally made something that was edible. Suddenly I’m eating sandwiches at work, sandwiches at home, biscuits for breakfast! Tonight is pizza. I’m now at a more healthy weight of 115lbs. Having this stuff is life changing for someone without a lot of free time to experiment or make my own mix. I just wish it was available at my local grocery store.


  10. 1BlueDevilFan1BlueDevilFan

    My mother has been gluten free for 50 + years with celiac disease. She was famous for her prune cake. If you can’t get your mind around prunes, call it a spice cake. She has made thousands, but could not enjoy them. We bought the King Arthur flour and the results are fabulous.They were out at the local market, so we bought a different brand. The cakes fell flat. Even when mixing 1/2 and 1/2 with King Arthur.Once we went back to KA, the results are perfect. NOW my 92 year old mother who has memory loss can enjoy her prune cake and it does bring back fond memories for her.Rarely does a product affect one’s life like KA gluten free flour.Give this a try.


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