Bob’s Red Mill Flour Pack Giveaway, Roasted Veggie Recipe, Winner and More

Hi Folks!

Popping by on a busy Sunday morning!  I’ve got coffee in hand, and an amazing recipe of granola from the Oh She Glows Cookbook that I bought last week!  Sunday is off to a good start! I’m going to hop on my treadmill for some bonus weekend miles in a few minutes too!  What’s happening at your house?

I ran 9 1/2 miles yesterday!  YES… 9 1/2 freaking amazing miles!  6 were on the mill and 3 1/2 were outside!  It was glorious and all sorts of wonderful!

I have SOO many giveaways lined that I wanted  bring you a bonus one today!!  In case you haven’t seen all the giveaways that I have posted this week, now is your chance to catch up!

I have blogged about Bob’s Red Mill in the past, so I was thrilled when the asked me to review some of their flours.

photoYummy goodness all packed in four packages!!  I’ve been going through the Natural Almond meal fast.  Last week spiced up my traditional roasted veggies by spraying them with my misto olive oil sprayer and then coating them in almond meal!  After roasting them for about 20-25 minute the result was yummy and crunchy.  I also added a few shakes of Outer Spice seasoning to the mix!

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Our new favorite cookie in the house are these 5 ingredient vegan cookies from the Minimaist Baker.  I did adjust the cookies by adding some ground chia and some coconut flour before baking.  These cookies are good enough to eat for breakfast and Sara loves them!  I love that they easy to make and date based!

I am planning to do some experimenting with hazelnut flour and either doing a protein bar or bite with dates and other goodness.  I’ll let you know how those pan out.  Anyone ever cook or bake with hazelnut flour?

Want to win this exact four pack of flours so that you can get creative with some gluten free cooking and baking? Enter below for your chance to win!

Oh and before I forget the winner of the Glass Dharma Straw giveaway is #32 Andrea T.W.  Congrats!  Be on the look out for an email from me.

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Have a wonderful Sunday everyone!

Disclaimer:  I was given these products by Bob’s Red Mill.  All opinions are my own

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98 Responses to Bob’s Red Mill Flour Pack Giveaway, Roasted Veggie Recipe, Winner and More

  1. Chris Sorel says:

    I love sweet potato but expensive so I use almond most of the time

  2. Sarah J says:

    I am trying really hard to try Gluten free options but to be entirely honest, I find their price tag to be a bit scary! I’ve bought many of the staple ones but you’ll find a wonderful recipe with a “flour” that costs 12.00 for 1 lb. It’s hard to invest that much money into it.
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  3. Jessie C. says:

    We use almond flour for baking brownies and making pancakes.

  4. susie king says:

    Yes, I use gluten free flours. Rice flour is my favorite especially in cakes. Thanks for the opportunity.

  5. Love Bob’s Red Mill flours! My favorite is the Whole Wheat Pastry Flour and Whole Spelt Flour. Way to go on the miles…. I did 9 yesterday before pump and they felt GREAT! Love those effortless runs!

  6. Yes!! I love almond meal, quinoa flour, and oat flour!

  7. Caroline says:

    I haven’t much – they’re so expensive!
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  8. Here are my (Secretly Healthy) Blueberry Muffins! Using almond meal, oat flour, and a secret ingredient!
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  9. I love cooking with buckwheat flour, it makes the best pancakes!

  10. Maryalicia Verdecchia says:

    I do bake wih alternative fours and don’t be hating, but I live just 13 miles from the Factory 😛

    Want a great recipe? Try these. They also freeze up very nicely as well.

  11. Sami says:

    The Natural Almond sounds great. I don’t eat gluten free but I’m rethinking it! I would love more recipes!
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  12. Lisa Jones says:

    I like using Coconut flour

  13. Karen D says:

    I love making a flourless chocolate torte using almond flour!

  14. Rebekah B says:

    Love cooking with almond flour

  15. Amy Keyes says:

    Gotta love bobs red mill flour

  16. Amy Keyes says:

    All we use is gf flour 🙂

  17. Hayley says:

    I LOVE coconut flour!
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  18. Hayley says:

    I love my coconut flour pancake recipe on my blog!

  19. Jessie Mays says:

    I have not yet cooked with gluten free flours but I’m a vegetarian in progress.
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  20. Of course I use gluten-free flours considering I am a celiac! Haha! I love Bob’s Red Mill’s All-Purpose and and I also been obsessed with buckwheat flour! (Perfect for pancakes!)
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  21. Here is one of my favorite recipes! Apple Poppy Seed Pancakes!
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  22. I always cook with gluten free flours – we make our own all purpose blend at home, but I”d love to experiment with some of the ones you have pictured. Coconut and almond flour always seem to be in recipes I want to try.
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  23. Lindsay M. says:

    I use these flours for all of my baking!
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  24. BreannaS says:

    I have not tried any gluten free baking products yet but I have been saving recipes so that I can test some out this summer.

  25. Margot C says:

    I do because I h ave one GF “customer” in my house (my step-son, who is wonderful and loves baked stuff!). I am big on almond meal, it’s very useful. Truth be told I am confused by an awful lot of flours that are offered now that say gluten-free but seem like the same stuff. What is that I wonder?

  26. Denise m says:

    i do, i cook with almond flour

  27. Margot C says:

    I have been making the GF tart kind of often (though it’s a challenge to not burn the edges!):

  28. Jeffrey says:

    I’ve baked with quinoa flour and almond meal.

  29. Kelsey says:

    I’m not a baker…. but I’ve always wanted to start trying, and I’d LOVE to use these healthier options!!! Thanks for the chance!
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  30. Karen says:

    I love baking and when my daughter had to go gluten free I have been experimenting with lots of bobs red mill flours. Some good results and some not! I would love to win this.

  31. Meredith N. says:

    I’ve baked with gluten free flour before. I love it! It helps that it also doesn’t mess with my uber sensitive stomach!

  32. Meredith N. says:

    Everyone loves cupcakes and this recipe is amazinggg!

  33. Amy says:

    Lately I have been using Quinoa flour, but I am very interesting in trying some new ones out!
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  34. These are the BEST flours. When I’m ready to bake, these are my go-tos!!
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  35. Lauren Anderson Thomas says:

    Almond and oat! Also use lots f Bob’s other awesome products…flax seed, soy flour….!!

  36. Jill says:

    I have not baked yet with Gluten free flours – but I started a Paleo diet 30 days ago and need to start.

  37. Jill says:

    I really want to try these brownies with coconut flour

  38. I do not but would love to try almond flour.

  39. lauren says:

    I absolutely love Bob’s Redmill! Most of their products are gluten, soy, and dairy free, meaning I can have them!

  40. lauren says:

    These are by far the most amazing GF cupcakes I’ve ever made, using my go-to Bob’s All Purpose GF flour!

  41. Jenny says:

    I have coconut flour, but have yet to try it out! That will be my goal for this week!

  42. Dana says:

    Love almond flour, and so curious about coconut and hazelnut. Yum!

  43. I’d like to try these flours. They’re new to me!
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  44. Nicole says:

    My favourite is almond flour.

  45. Julie G says:

    I do sometimes.. have used almond flour

  46. I’ve been experimenting with new flours including garbanzo and coconut.
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  47. I’ve been experimenting more and more with coconut flour and almond meal.
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  48. Arlinda says:

    I’ve never made anything myself but my aunt makes gluten free cookies and breads. Here’s a recipe for cornbread I’ve been anxious to make.

    Preheat the oven to 325 degrees F. Lightly grease a 7 by 4 by 3-inch loaf pan with oil.

    Pour the rice milk and apple cider vinegar into a small bowl, but do not stir; set aside. This will create your “buttermilk.”

    In a medium bowl, whisk together the flour, cornmeal, cornflour, baking powder, baking soda, xanthan gum, and salt. Add the oil, agave nectar, applesauce, and vanilla to the dry ingredients. Stir the batter until well combined. Pour in the “buttermilk,” and mix gently until the ingredients are fully incorporated and a slightly grainy batter is formed.

    Pour the batter into the prepared pan and sprinkle with some kosher salt. Bake the cornbread on the center rack for 34 minutes, rotating the pan 180 degrees after 20 minutes. The cornbread will bounce slightly when pressed and a toothpick inserted in the center will come out clean. Let the cornbread stand in the pan for 20 minutes, then gently run a knife around the edge of the bread. Cover the top of the pan with a cutting board, and invert onto the board. Carefully lift the pan away and re-invert the cornbread onto another cutting board. Either cut and serve warm, or wait until it is completely cool before storing. Cover the uncut cornbread with plastic wrap and store at room temperature for up to 3 days.

  49. I don’t! We are a gluten rich household : )

    I have cooked with almond flour before…I like the one from TJ’s!
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  50. Nikki says:

    I’ve made my own almond flour before but that’s about it!
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  51. Calli says:

    I love almond flour!

  52. I love coconut flour, and sometimes make my own oat flour from gluten-free oats.
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  53. GiGi Eats says:

    I couldn’t be MORE OBSESSED with this brand’s coconut flour! I was recently introduced and I AM IN LUVVVVVVVVVVV – yessssss mam! LOVEEEE!!! I am going to buy more tomorrow, but if I win this batch, them BOOM! Even more! Cookies for lunch every day! 😉
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  54. Michelle says:

    We use almond flour a lot! I love Bobs red mill! I have their oatmeal every morning. 🙂
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  55. Wild Orchid says:

    I make a lot of low carb chcolate chip cookies with almond flour.

    Thanks for the chance to win!
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  56. Wild Orchid says:

    I make a lot of low carb chcolate chip cookies with almond flour.

    Thanks for the chance to win!
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  57. I need to bake some gluten free recipes but have not yet. I just buy the products.

  58. Leyna Odell says:

    I don’t need a gluten free diet, but I have used a few of the gluten free flours just to try them out. I really liked the almond flour.
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  59. Valerie says:

    I currently don’t but I have been wanting to try it!

  60. Brandi Dawn says:

    I do and I love to use Bob’s! Its also GMO free!

  61. Molly Laycock says:

    I’ve baked with almond flour before. I really want to try coconut flour though!

  62. meredith says:

    ive baked with almond flour – made awesome banana bread

  63. I use almond, coconut & spelt mostly.
    Love the idea of the asparagus. I’ve gotta try it!
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  64. Katie M says:

    I’ve never tried baking with gluten free flours, but since I have a few friends who eat gluten-free, I’d like to give it a whirl!

  65. Vera K says:

    I have not used gluten-free flours yet.

  66. Karen D says:

    Gluten Free Almond Flour Chocolate Cake from The Gluten-Free Almond Flour Cookbook
    2 cups blanched almond flour
    1/4 cup unsweetened cocoa powder
    1/2 tsp sea salt
    1/2 tsp baking soda
    1 cup honey
    2 large eggs
    1 TB vanilla

    Preheat oven to 350 F. Grease a 9 inch cake pan and dust with almond flour. In a large bowl, combine dry ingredients. In a medium bowl, combine wet ingredients. Stir the wet ingredients into the dry ingredients until thoroughly combined. Pour into cake pan. Bake for 35 to 40 minutes until a toothpick inserted into the center comes out clean. Let cool in pan for 1 hour. Serve.

  67. Lauren says:

    I mostly used gluten free baking flour or almond flour!
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  68. Love almond and coconut flours!
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  69. i love baking with almond meal flour!
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  70. I use almond meal flour quite a bit, and I’m glad to see that other flours are becoming more easily available!
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  71. Tessa says:

    I have never used them but would love to try

  72. coconut flour is by far my favorite! would use more almond if it wasn’t so expensive!
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  73. Trish says:

    I’ve used almond flour in the past and I’ve been super happy with the results! I’d love to try some of the other GF flours!

  74. Cindy Cook says:

    Love to try some

  75. jen peak says:

    I’m kind of new to gluten free baking, having just discovered my husband’s sensitivity recently. So far I like amaranth and almond flours though.

  76. jen peak says:

    Almond joy coffee: a spoonful of almond butter, a spoonful of coconut oil and cocoa powder mixed into a paste, add your favorite coffee, and you can also add milk or almond milk. Delicious! (also great to boost lactation)

  77. Emily says:

    I have never used gluten free flours but I loved trying new things in my kitchen!

  78. June Ebinger says:


  79. Kitty Iecvan says:

    I like baking with coconut flour!

  80. Cynthia Dubuque says:

    I’ve never tried gluten free flours but would love to

  81. Cynthia Dubuque says:


    1 1/4 cups gluten-free flour blend (please see Cook’s Note)
    2 tablespoons cane sugar
    1 teaspoon gluten-free baking powder
    1 teaspoon baking soda
    1/4 teaspoon salt
    1 1/4 cup buttermilk OR 1 cup plus 3 tablespoons milk + 1 tablespoon white vinegar
    2 tablespoons light olive oil OR your favorite vegetable oil
    1 large egg
    1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract (optional)
    Cook’s Note:
    I used 1 cup plus 2 tablespoons Gluten-Free Pantry All Purpose Flour Mix – a blend of white rice flour, potato starch, tapioca starch and guar gum) PLUS 2 tablespoons sweet rice flour. If you use a gluten-free all purpose flour blend with added xanthan gum or guar gum don’t add more gum to this recipe. If you are using a GF flour blend without added gum, add 1/4 teaspoon of your favorite gum to this recipe.

    Combine dry ingredients in a mixing bowl and whisk to thoroughly blend.

    Combine buttermilk, oil, egg and vanilla in a separate mixing bowl. Whisk to combine. If you are making your own “buttermilk,” pour milk into a mixing bowl. Add white vinegar and let sit for about 5 minutes. Then add olive oil, egg and vanilla extract to the milk mixture. Whisk to blend.

    Stir milk mixture into dry ingredients and whisk until batter is smooth. If batter looks too thick, add more milk, 1 teaspoon at a time.

    Heat a skillet over medium high heat. Lightly brush the skillet will light olive oil or canola oil. For medium-sized pancakes, use a 1/4 cup measuring cup for each pancake. Pour into heated skilled and cook until bubbles form and the bottom is golden brown. Flip and cook second side until golden. For larger pancakes, use a 1/3 cup measuring cup to measure batter for each pancake.

    To freeze pancakes – allow to completely cool. Wrap each pancake separately and place in a plastic freezer bag.

  82. Trish says:

    I am currently experimenting with different gluten free flours and i like coconut flour and almond flour so far.

  83. liz l says:

    I don’t think I have ever used gluten free

  84. Jeanette E. says:

    My family Loves Bob’s products! We cook with all kinds of flour! Pancakes are one of our favorite things to have and we really enjoy mixing it up. Coconut chocolate are a favorite here! Bob’s coconut is delicious and with the different flour choices the variety is endless! I have 3 little boys and I love giving them ‘healthy’ baked goods they enjoy.
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  85. Amanda J says:

    I have not baked with gluten free flours before but I would really like to try Almond Flour.

  86. Kobi Hensley says:

    Never have baked with gluten in free….kinda worry the results won’t be as good.

  87. teresa mckay says:

    We love the coconut flour. It gives a sweet taste to our cooking and I have a son allergic to nuts so it is great for him!

  88. I use almond flour to bake i love it

  89. Donna K says:

    I like coconut flour.

  90. Kelsey S says:

    Just started to cook with it. No favorites just yet.

  91. Daniel says:

    Thanks for sharing, Laura.
    My wife bakes a lot of stuff with hazelnut flour. So good!!

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