If you’ve got the post-Bake Off blues, there’s only one known cure… to get your bake on!
But being gluten-free shouldn’t stop you getting involved.
Luckily for us, you can easily take the stress out of gluten-free baking with one of these great baking mixes.
Unlike regular baking, gluten-free baking relies on a blend of different starches and there’s a vast variety of different combinations out there.
Don’t fret about deciding which blend is best though, because I’ve already done the hard work for you. Take your pick!
This Lancashire-based gluten-free company produces some of the most authentic baking mixes in the free from world.
The result tastes just like the real deal!
Delicious Alchemy’s chocolate cake mix produces a light, chocolatey sponge which is dairy-free too.
This kit includes chocolate icing, sprinkles and a white icing to write your own message.
Schär’s gluten-free range offers tons of variety and their Mix It! flour blend can make a variety of different bakes.
This versatile gluten-free flour blend is perfect for sweet or savoury baking.
Betty Crocker has finally gone gluten-free!
Their chocolate fudge brownie mix guarantees perfect, gooey brownies every time.
This flour blend results in oven-baked donuts that are a hybrid of a donut and a cake.
They can be sweetened up however you wish for the ultimate gluten-free donut experience.
Helen’s gluten-free scone mix produces a dough that’s noticeably pliable and scones which rise beautifully.
This wholegrain gluten-free flour blend can be used for anything you can imagine: crepes, pizza bases, pastry and even bread too.
It’s free from rice flour (which is very hard to find) and has the added benefit of being wholegrain too. Lovely!
Creative Nature’s emphasis is on superfoods and refined-sugar-free sweetness.
With its sole flour being brown rice flour, these muffins have a rich, wholegrain taste with a sweet kick.
This brownie mix is decadent and bouncy, thanks to its eclectic blend of potato starch, sorghum flour, tapioca flour and gluten-free corn flour.
Great job, Bob!
Mrs Crimble’s pancakes are surprisingly thin and flexible, so you can roll them up or fold them in half just like regular pancakes.
Remember: a pancake isn’t just for Pancake Day!
Made entirely of a blend of wholegrain flours, Amisa’s gluten-free pancakes have an unmistakeable, rich flavour.
The blend results in pancake batter that’s easy to pour into the frying pan and fluffy pancakes that you won’t believe are gluten-free.
Becky Excell is a London-based food/travel/lifestyle blogger. You can check out her gluten-free blog for recipes, travel guides and vlogs.