Welcome to the shop! Here you’ll find a collection of the kitchen products and equipment I recommend for successful gluten free cooking and baking.
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- Buttermilk Powder
Perfect for baking, this buttermilk powder makes it easy to have buttermilk on hand whenever a recipe calls for it.
- Flexible Bowl Scraper
This large, flexible bowl scraper is perfect for shaping bread (in place of a bench scraper), smoothing icing and cleaning every drop out of a bowl. One of my favorite kitchen tools of all!
- Fluted Cookie Cutter Set
This double-sided set of cookie cutters is fluted on one side, straight on the other. The perfect set!
- Bethany Pastry Cloth & Board
- Flour Storage Container
The perfect size for storing gluten-free flour blends, bought or made in bulk. Three containers together hold a 25 pound bag of flour.
- Oven Thermometer
An oven thermometer is the only way to assess the true interior temperature of your oven. I never bake without one!
- 6-Cup Popover Pan
This is the 6-cup popover pan that I have had for years. In fact, it's the popover pan that everyone you know has. It's durable and truly nonstick. Just be sure to wash it by hand!
- 9-Inch Springform Pan
This springform pan with an enamel-coated heavy duty nonstick surface is the real deal. I've tried many springform pans before, but this is the best. Built to last.
- Simple Digital Food Scale
Easy-to-use, economical digital kitchen scale. This is the one I always recommend if you're just starting out. Can hold up to 11 pounds, in 1 gram increments.
- Apple Corer
This simple apple corer is the only way to get neat apple slices. Just peel your apples, hollow out the core with this tool and slice cleanly.
- OXO Handheld Mandoline
An adjustable handheld mandoline slicer. It slices more evenly and thinly than you can by hand, and cuts your slicing time down to a fraction. Safe, too!
- OXO Two-Fold Grater
One of my most-used kitchen tools, this grater has a medium and a coarse grate. For fine grating, I always use a microplane anyway. Easy to clean, I use it every week!
- Great Lakes Unflavored Gelatin
This is the unflavored powdered gelatin that I use in all my recipes that call for it. It lasts and lasts, and is actually really good for your health.
- Gluten Free Barilla Pasta
The moment Barilla started making its own brand of gluten free pasta, made in a dedicated gluten free facility, I was instantly ruined for any other brand. I buy it by the case!
- Nut Milk Bag
A reusable fine mesh strainer bag that you can use for making nut milk, cauliflower fried rice, and basically any time you might use cheesecloth. So much easier—you'll never go back to cheesecloth again!
- Gluten Free Classic Snacks
My fourth cookbook is filled with copycat recipes for all the packaged cookies, crackers, breakfast and fruity treats, snack cakes and even candy bars like Twix and Kit Kats—all gluten free. Don't believe me? Here's proof!
- Gluten Free on a Shoestring Bakes Bread
My third cookbook, this one's all about baking gluten free bread, from bagels, to loaves of every kind. Over 10 years of baking and experimenting, I've developed the methods, tips and tricks to make it all. You really can have good bread again!
- Gluten Free on a Shoestring Quick & Easy
The cookbook for fast weeknight meals and weekday breakfasts, breads and sides to round out those meals, and super quick, sweet desserts to slow down for a minute and enjoy. With kitchen tips and shortcuts that will keep you calm and on-track!
- Cocoa Powder, Dutch-Processed
Rodelle brand Dutch-processed cocoa powder is reliably gluten free and of very good quality. Relatively well-priced for high-quality cocoa powder, this jar lasts a long time.
- Small Weck Tulip Jars
These small Weck tulip-shaped canning jars have a 7.4 fluid ounce capacity, the perfect size for individual puddings and chocolate mousse.
- Mini Food Processor
This miniature food processor is a much cheaper alternative to a full-size food processor. It's perfect for small jobs, or anything that can be done in batches. Plus it's easy to clean!
- Gluten Free on a Shoestring
This book is a great for beginners of all kinds and those who just want to keep it simple. It covers all the basics, from full meals to basic breads and snacks.
- Better Batter Gluten Free Flour
This is my pick for the best ready-made all purpose gluten free flour blend. It's the most versatile blend, and works in all of my recipes that call for an all purpose gluten free flour.
- Authentic Foods Superfine White Rice Flour
The only truly superfine white rice flour available. If you are tired of gritty GF baked goods, this is the rice flour you need for all my all purpose GF flour blends.
- Potato Starch
Potato starch adds lightness to gluten free baking, as well as structure. It's made from peeled potatoes, and has no potato flavor. It is not the same as potato flour.
- Tapioca Starch/Flour
Tapioca starch (or tapioca flour) is the starch extracted from the cassava root. It is not considered a grain, and is useful in gluten free as well as Paleo baking. It adds crispness and chew to baked goods.
This small container of cornstarch makes it easy to keep some on hand in my pantry. You can keep it filled with cornstarch you buy in bulk from nuts.com or elsewhere.
- Instant Nonfat Dry Milk
Nonfat dry milk is useful in baking to add smoothness, tenderness and flavor to baked goods. I use it, along with my all purpose GF flour blend and cornstarch, to build a GF pastry flour.
- Expandex Modified Tapioca Starch
Expandex modified tapioca starch is a chemically, not genetically, modified tapioca starch. Use it to build my gluten free bread flour blend and make the best breads of your life.
- Unflavored Whey Protein Isolate
Whey protein isolate is nearly pure milk protein. This unflavored form is used, along with Expandex and my all purpose gluten free flour, to create my GF bread flour.