Gluten Free, Chickpea Free All Purpose Flour

Baking and Cooking All Purpose Flour Recipe

Allergy Friendly Recipe for All Purpose Flour

Hi everyone,

I just wanted to write a quick post about a gluten free, chickpea (garbanzo bean) free all purpose flour I made recently. I was baking a dutch apple pie for a loved one’s birthday (yes pie not cake) and it needed to be gluten free for allergy purposes. Well, I have another family member who has a chickpea allergy and if you make gluten free recipes you know that chickpea flour is usually used (especially in all purpose flour). I thought this recipe might be helpful since both gluten and chickpea allergies are common.

Recipe: Makes 6 1/2  cups

All Purpose Flour for baking and cooking

Hypoallergenic All Purpose Flour

1 1/2 Cups Sorgham Flour

1 1/2 Cups Millet Flour

2 1/4 Cups Brown Rice Flour

2 1/4 Cups Potato Flour

Mix all ingredients in a large (very large) bowl.

Store in container and label.

Use in recipes that call for all purpose flour.


Let me know if you have any questions.

Dr. Neha Shah
Chiropractic Physician | Webster Technique Certified
White Oak Family Wellness
P: 630-442-0057  E:


About whiteoakwell

White Oak Family Wellness is a whole health clinic located in St. Charles, IL. Services include chiropractic, acupuncture and nutrition. Additionally, each doctor has specialized training in different fields: Dr. Neha Shah specializes in pediatric care, maternal and prenatal wellness and neurodevelopmental disorders of children. Dr. Phillip Gamble specializes in rehab, corrective exercises as well as golf fitness.
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