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    • Gluten Free Baking Powder

      Baking Powder

      2 Tablespoons Cream Of Tartar Powder
      1 Tablespoon Baking Soda
      1 Tablespoon Cornstarch

      Sift ingredients together and store in small container with tight-fitting lid.
      One teaspoon of this equals 1 teaspoon of commercial baking powder.


      Large Batch Baking Powder
      1 lb Soda
      1 1/2 lb Cream of tartar
      1/4 lb Cornstarch
      Mix all ingredients together. 1 tsp mix = 1 tsp Baking Powder.

      Baking Powder
      (Gluten & Corn Free)
      Ingredients:
      1/3 cup Baking Soda
      2/3 cup Cream of Tartar
      2/3 cup Arrowroot
      Mix well. Store in an airtight container.

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      Comments 5 Comments
      1. azladi5's Avatar
        azladi5 -
        My sister's birthday is coming up, so now I can make her a cake that she can EAT thanks to you!
      1. Grannyj1957's Avatar
        Grannyj1957 -
        My son is gets very sick when he eats gluten thanks so much for the cake mix recipe. His wife and he loved it thanks so much.
      1. Duncart's Avatar
        Duncart -
        I would like to ask, is baking soda gluten free? Ty
      1. AnnMC's Avatar
        AnnMC -
        Thank you very much for this recipe. I am trying to get away from processed foods and give my stomach a break. This is awesome.
      1. jaderak's Avatar
        jaderak -
        Quote Originally Posted by Duncart View Post
        I would like to ask, is baking soda gluten free? Ty
        Duncart, I would suggest looking on the website of the brand you normally use. For example, I usually buy Clabber Girl baking powder (I know, not the same as baking soda) and their website FAQ's states that their products are gluten free (double check for accuracy) except for one size of the BP, because it was "produced on a shared line" so there could be cross contamination. I've also noticed that many products are are being labeled GF for ease of consumers.

        I did come across this website http://www.nuts.com/gluten-free . According the their site, they are Certified Gluten-Free by the Gluten-Free Certification Organization (GFCO) and they have Arm & Hammer Baking Soda for sale with the rest of their GF products. The ingredients for that product is "Sodium bicarbonate. Packaged in the same facility as peanuts, tree nuts, soy, and milk products."

        To your original question, as long as the ingredients in Baking Soda is only Sodium Bicarbonate, I would assume that yes, baking soda is GF.


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