Alternatives to Wheat Flour
1. Tapioca Flour Organic
A Great Gluten Free replacement for Wheat in Baking…
2. Spelt Flour Organic
Spelt (Triticum spelta)is an ancient grain which should not be confused with common bread wheat (Triticum sativum), rye, barley or even oats.
Spelt is a member of the same grain family but is an entirely different species and has certain properties which make it in many respects quite different.
Having fallen from favour as a grain for cultivation in the 19th century following the rapid development in modern farming techniques, spelt is currently enjoying a resurgence in popularity as information about its value as a food source and its ability to be tolerated by many people with wheat sensitivities becomes more widely known.
3. Coconut Flour Organic
Coconut flour is coconut meat that has been dried at low temperatures and finely ground.
- Low carb and gluten-free
- Very high in fiber, 43 grams of fiber per 100 grams of coconut flour
- Helps sustain full feeling because of the coconut flour
- Very fine powder, smells like coconut
- Natural sugars make it mildly sweet
4. Chia Flour – Organic
Great new product, very versatile, highly nutritious, we have a limited supply so don’t delay, it won’t last long.
Organic chia seeds are the highest known plant source of Omega 3 fatty acids. Organic ground chia seeds are a natural source of dietary fibre and essential fatty acids. Ground chia is also known as pinole, which can be made into porridge or cakes.
5. Buckwheat Flour Organic
It is gluten-free, a good source of fiber, and rich in minerals and various plant compounds, especially rutin. As a result, buckwheat consumption is linked with several health benefits, including improved blood sugar control and heart health.
6. Quinoa Flour Organic
Quinoa is naturally gluten-free and easy to work with and very healthy. Quinoa is high in protein and contains all nine essential amino acids, it is actually one of the few plant foods that do. … Baking with quinoa flour can be easy and delicious.