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This yields 5 cups of flour. I’ve only made this blend for making pie crusts, but could be used for cakes, too (cake has never been my thing and I prefer raw vegan cakes made with avocado!).

One reason I’ve steered clear of baking is how specific it is. I like to break rules and think outside of the box, but you can’t in this department. There’s a reason why they’re listed in grams as I’ve learned (the hard way) using a measuring cup is pretty useless in baking.

I know my comments aren’t working on my website (I’ve tried to change this with no success) so shoot me an email if you want to know which brands I’ve used.


Superfine White Rice Flour—336 g

Arrowroot Starch—126 g

Tapioca Starch—105 g

Coconut Milk Powder—98 g

Potato Starch—21 g

Xantham Gum—14 g (optional replacement: psyllium husk, but you’ll need to use 28g)

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