Whole Wheat Flour
Be sure to choose whole wheat flour and not wheat flour.
White Whole Wheat Flour
This type of flour is made of white wheat berries. It’s more mild-tasting than regular whole wheat.
Brown Rice Flour
This flour has a slightly nutty flavour and can be used to thicken soups.
High in fibre, low in carbohydrates and a good source of protein, this flour has a lovely natural sweetness to it. Perfect for baking!
This flour has more protein and adds a subtle, nutty flavour to recipes.
This flour has more protein and nutrients than wheat flour.
Made from a healthy herbal plant, this flour is perfect for pancakes and flapjacks!
When you use this flour in recipes, you need to add more liquid as it’s rather thick.
This flour is darker than most other types of flour.
This delicious flour can replace any plain or self-rising flour.
For subtle sweetness and chewiness, add this flour to baked goods.
This flour is made from ground almonds.
Pumpkin Seed Meal
You can use this flour alternative to add a nutty taste to recipes or to thicken soups.
Sesame Seed Meal
This flour is made from ground sesame seeds.
Sunflower Seed Meal
This flour is made from ground sunflower seeds.
Chia Seed Meal
This flour, made from ground chia seeds, is great for cooking and baking.
This flour is made from ground hemp seeds. We’re a big fan of its mild, nutty flavour.
One of the most nutritious flours out there!
A flour-like substance made from wheat or corn that makes for a great thickening agent.
This complex carbohydrate adds volume and viscosity in recipes, which usually comes from gluten.
By Candice May