Best Gluten Free Flour Substitute?

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My DIL is a celiac. We were just there visiting this past weekend...got in very late and she was making us a pizza w/GF bisquick...very tasty. Also, I make an AWESOME GF dessert for her when they come see us. Betty Crocker has several GF mixes...cookies, brownies, and I think, cake.
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Betty Crocker has several GF mixes...cookies, brownies, and I think, cake.
Originally Posted by VTmom
I totally forgot about the Betty Crocker stuff, that is another one. I do believe that they use potato starch for flour.
Yeah, we have betty crocker here, too. At the store I was talking about, there are at least 5 different brands that are all GF. They have everything from cake mix, cookie mix, brownie mix, pizza dough, bread, one had a shortbread mix and then there are the regular flours. I'm sure there was more, but I had my dessert to make and was in a hurry. They also have the actual foods that are GF...huge variety.

The dessert looks beautiful, BTW. Puffed up just like the crust w/ regular AP flour, though it took much longer to cook than it normally does. Don't know if it was just my oven (I can't remember if I've made this dessert before in this place) or the actual GF dough took longer to cook. I'll have to tell you tomorrow if the crust is as light and flaky as normal, but it looks like it worked like a dream!

Thank you to everybody for the help!

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