A longtime leader in gluten free baking essentials, Bob’s Red Mill expanded its baking mix portfolio with four Grain Free Baking Mixes. Made with premium ingredients like organic coconut sugar and almond, coconut and cassava flours, these easy-to-use mixes are gluten free, paleo friendly and Non-GMO Project Verified, and they go from package to pan in just a few steps.
Starting at $3.99 per package, these four mixes are an affordable indulgence for any occasion or sudden craving, and feature classic flavors that offer the taste and tempting aroma of traditional baked goods, without the grains:
• Chocolate Cake: Made with almond and coconut flours, organic coconut sugar and real cocoa powder, this mix creates a grain free treat that has the flavor and texture consumers crave.
• Brownies: This gluten free, paleo-friendly mix is rich, with a deep chocolate flavor from cocoa powder, organic coconut sugar and almond flour.
• Blueberry Muffins: A classic treat gets a grain free makeover with almond and coconut flours, dried blueberries and organic coconut sugar, for a breakfast or snack the whole family can enjoy.
• Flatbread: A blend of cassava and almond flours, this paleo-friendly mix is great on its own or as a grain free pizza crust. Great for savory applications like rolls or breadsticks.
With social distancing as the new normal, Americans are cooking and baking at home up to 46% more than before the pandemic. Bob’s Red Mill experienced double-digit growth nearly overnight as people stocked up on pantry staples like flour, yeast, beans and more. Baking mixes have benefitted from the increased demand, and these grain free additions will appeal to paleo and gluten free consumers who want to bake without starting from scratch.

Bob’s Red Mill Grain Free Baking Mixes are Non-GMO Project Verified, gluten free and paleo-friendly to suit a wide range of diet preferences. All are available for purchase online at www.bobsredmill.com  and Amazon for $3.99–$6.49 per package. The products will roll out on shelves at national and regional grocers across the country this fall and winter.