I am getting so much conflicting information. My lo has peanut, wheat and egg allergies. We have been using pamelas and arrowhead mills baking mixes. Pamelas told me the baking mix is produced on the same equipment as their peanut products but is cleaned thoroughly. Pretty much the same things for the arrowhead mills. My allergist said that unless it says may contain trace amounts of peanuts we are probably fine with things produced in the same facility/equipment. I really need a gluten free baking mix. Just the peanuts allergy is bad enough but finding things that are also gluten free are about impossible.
On May 21, 2008
when we were wheat-free, we used quinoa and amaranth (mixed together) flours for baking. baking never went really well, but the food tasted good. can you use Namaste mixes? i can't remember if they have a plain baking mix, but the brownies were fantastic, and i loved the spice cake.
we had the best luck getting gluten- and allergy-free flours from the healthfood store and making our own mixes.
On Jun 7, 2008
Have you seen [url="http://www.allergygrocer.com?"]http://www.allergygrocer.com?[/url] They have a lot of gluten free mixes.
By smithdcrk on Aug 9, 2014
Cherrybrook Kitchen, often found in Gluten-free, special diets or natural foods aisle.
Thanks to them I was able to create an ice cream cookie cake that was gluten free (neighbor), egg-free (best friend), peanut & nut free (birthday girl). Everyone was able to have a piece.
By HappyBaker on Aug 7, 2014
Have you tried serenityfoods.com? They have gluten-free, allergy-friendly baking mixes made in a dedicated facility
By amerikanegirl87 on Dec 6, 2014
Try Wholesome Chow :) It's a local company and it is nut free, gluten free, and can be egg free too if you want it to be. http://www.wholesomechow.com/gluten-free-all-purpose-baking-mix.html#.VIPZvFfF8gM They make lots of products that are gluten free, nut free, egg free, etc! Like cake mixes and brownies, and frosting.... Hope this helps!