Bob’s Red Mill is one of the most publicly recognized companies producing great, gluten-free products. Famous chefs around the globe use them to create their gluten-free meals and desserts. BabyCakes Founder Erin McKenna discusses in her cookbooks how she loves their products and uses the gluten-free products to whip up her delicious bakery treats. Bob’s Red Mill gluten-free products have also been featured in the renowned, Babycakes cookbook. It is great because now you can make these yummy treats in the safety of your own home. They make you see why Bob’s Red Mill can be so delicious! We were lucky enough to feature their Chocolate Chip cookie recipe during our 25 Days of Christmas Cookies event a few years back. If you missed it, here is the link.
For those looking for even more fiber, Bob’s Red Mill garbanzo based flours provide just that. I have personally used Bob’s Red Mill in many of my recipes and have enjoyed it very much. I think their gluten-free vanilla cake mix is the absolute best around. Check out some of my Bob’s Red Mill creations below.
Pecan Cookie Melts (or Mexican Wedding Cookies)
*Do remember that this mix includes garbanzo bean flour, so you aren’t going to want to eat the raw cookie dough. It tastes a little different until baked, then it is very good!
Last year we even made treat boxes for our neighbors and of course they had to be gluten-free (because I am stubborn and want to show people how delicious it can be) so we included some Bob’s Red Mill chocolate chip cookies plus other delicious goodies. You know what? The neighbors loved them!
You can read the entire story of Bob’s Red Mill and their gluten-free journey HERE. They are always coming out with new products like the ones up for grabs below…a piecrust! Check it out for your next family gathering or event where you want to serve a delicious pie.
Bob’s Red Mill is a proud sponsor of Gluten Free Frenzy
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*These are my opinions and my opinions alone. I was not required to write a positive feature.