Carol Fenster’s Sorghum Flour Blend

I enjoy using Sorghum Four in many of my recipes and am always looking for new things to use it in. Recently, I found this little tidbit on Gluten free Gobsmacked. I just “puffy heart” Kate’s website. She has some awesome recipes and some deelish pics as well. I just know her soon-to-be, new little one is gonna enjoy eating what momma makes. Kate and her beloved are in the process of adopting a little cutie and we are all awaiting her arrival with anticipation.
Well, anyway, back to the recipe….

1 ½ cups sorghum flour
1 ½ cups potato starch or cornstarch
1 cup tapioca flour
½ cup corn flour or almond flour or bean flour or chestnut flour

We have a WINNER!

This past week we had a lot of fun posting recipes using Pamela’s Baking and Pancake Mix for our fun Healthyfishies FREE Giveaway.


Pamela’s Products Ultimate Baking & Pancake Mix, 24-Ounce Package

Here are some other recipes which use the mix…
GF Graham Crackers
GF Pumpkin Bars

Last Saturday night, early Sunday morning we did our little random (paper in the hat method-drawn by the youngest of the guppies) and the winner is…..   LISA!!!!!

We will be shipping that out to you shortly, so check your email for info, Lisa!

This week we will begin yet another FREE giveaway, so check back!

Thanks everyone for participating!

A FREE GIVEAWAY!! Free Pamela’s Baking Mix

Hey everyone!!

Happy New Year ~ I am celebrating by adding some really cool things to shake things up a bit at healthyfishies!

I am going to be doing some product reviews, recipes and giveaways!! I hope that you will enjoy them as much as I do. Please note, that I am not getting paid for these reviews – so if you don’t win the giveaway, I hope you will consider ordering from me through my Amazon links.  It sure makes it easier to keep Healthyfishies running 🙂

Anyway, to kick things off…

HealThyFishies is giving away — a FREE bag of Pamela’s Baking Mix!


Pamela’s Products Ultimate Baking & Pancake Mix, 24-Ounce Package

When I first eliminated wheat/gluten from my diet, I had no idea what to do or to use. Pamela’s Baking and Pancake Mix was one of the first things I tried that I was pleased with. This mix actually made foods that tasted good!

To enter the contest simply post a comment with your email address (if you don’t want to leave your email address, just write it out, healthyfishiesatyahoocom or something like that, we can figure it out). Winners will be drawn by Random Draw and announced on January 10th. Cheers!

Gluten Free Flour Baking Mix (Bette Hagman’s ?)

I don’t know if you are like me, but it seems that I will find some awesome recipe online to try and then it will call for something like 1 1/2 cups Bette Hagman’s Flour Mix. Being new to the “Gluten Free Loop” I was clueless. So, after digging around for a cool recipe, I would get disappointed and just forget it.
Well, long story short… the other day, it dawned on me. “Why didn’t I ever just dig around and find the darn flour mix?”
sheesh.
So, I did and then I adjusted/changed it to add the xanthan gum so I don’t have to try to remember to add that… and now it is on my blog, so I will NEVER lose the recipe again. LOL

Gluten Free Flour Mix ~ Bette Hagman’s (I think?)

Brown Rice Flour ~ 6 cups (i think Bette Hagman’s is supposed to be just plain white rice flour, but I like brown and it works fine)
Potato Flour ~ 2 cups
Tapioca Starch ~ 1 cup
Xanthan gum ~ 9 tsps. (one per cup of flour)

Use cup for cup for regular flour.

Substitute for Gluten Free Pamela’s Mix

Here is a little replacement for Pamela’s Baking Mix, brought over from our old site….Hope you enjoy 🙂

Fake Pamela’s Gluten Free Baking Mix

1 1/4 cups Brown Rice Flour
1 3/4 cups White Rice Flour ( I have also used Superfine White Rice Flour)
2/3 cup Cultured Buttermilk (in a pinch, Powdered/Dry Milk works too)
1 cup Almond Meal or Almond flour
3/4 cup Tapioca Starch
3/4 cup Sweet Rice Flour
1/2 cup Potato Starch
3 Tablespoons baking powder
2 Tablespoon Baking Soda
1 tablespoon Sea Salt
3 tsp Xanthan Gum

sift together and store in a container or zip lock bag.

This keeps for quite a few months, in a closed container. I keep mine in the fridge or freezer. You can use it just like bisquick or in place of Pamelas mix in all recipes. I also found that it works well in recipes that call for Gluten Free Flour Mix (just watch if it has baking powder/ soda in the recipe and make adjustments)

I use this in a lot of my old recipes as a 1:1 with the exception of making baking soda/powder adjustments.

ENJOY!