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Pamela's Products Gluten Free Baking and Pancake Mix, 4-Pound Bags (Pack of 3)
- Pack of three bags (total of 192-ounces)
- Gluten free baking and pancake mix
- To prevent bags from exploding during delivery, the manufacturer has added two food-grade pin holes on each bag during production
- Product of USA
- Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging
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Flavor: Baking/Pancake | Size: 4 pound (Pack of 3)
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Discover Pamela’s family of gluten-free products
About The Founder
A third-generation baker, Pamela spent her teenage summer months in her grandparents’ bakery packing allergy-free health foods. Resolved to build a company to fill the need for great-tasting gluten-free foods, she left the family business to start Pamela’s Products. Over 25 years later, Pamela still develops each and every product recipe and maintains sole-ownership of her flourishing company.
A Pioneer in Gluten-Free Foods
Pamela started her gluten-free company in 1988 with the mission that everyone, regardless of food allergies, should have food delicious enough to celebrate. Today, we still hold steadfast to her original mission, with a complete line of top-selling baking mixes, cookies, and snacks.
- Offering gluten-free, dairy-free, egg-free, nut-free and soy-free product options to meet specific dietary needs.
- All Pamela''s products are free of artificial additives, high fructose corn syrup and made with premium, quality ingredients.
- Pamela''s is a proud member of The Non-GMO Project, working diligently to keep our products free of genetically modified organisms.
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Calories (170), Calories From Fat (35), Total Fat (4 g, 6%), Saturated Fats (0.5 g, 3%), Cholesterol (5 mg, 1%), Sodium (390 mg, 16%), Total Carbohydrate (28 g, 9%), Dietary Fiber (2 g, 6%), Sugar (3 g), Protein (5 g), Calcium (10%), Iron (2%)
Brown Rice Flour, White Rice Flour, Cultured Buttermilk, Natural Almond Meal (may appear as brown flecks), Tapioca Starch, Sweet Rice Flour, Potato Starch, Grainless & Aluminum Free Baking Powder (Sodium Bicarbonate, Sodium Acid Pyrophosphate, Potato Starch), Baking Soda, Sea Salt, Xanthan Gum.
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Top Customer Reviews
I should also add - Pamela's also offers bread, cake (chocolate and vanilla), brownie, and cookie mixes that are very good. I usually just alter the baking mix to make these baked goods, but I keep a chocolate cake mix on hand for a fast, easy cake. We used the chocolate cake mix for my daughter's wedding cake. No on knew it was gluten-free.
Here is Pamela's website - http://pamelasproducts.com. You will want to check out the recipes.
Another "pro" is the price. Just under $4.00/lb it definitely beats $5.00+ per pound for GF Bisquick. Still, gluten-filled Krusteaz is like $1.50/lb. Someday maybe gluten-free mixes will get cheaper? One can only hope.
If you think gluten-free products need to be LESS EXPENSIVE, mark this review as helpful! Maybe manufacturers will take notice and start lowering prices.
The chocolate chip cookies recipe....oh my goodness. These are so yummy! We made these to take a party and everyone was raving about them before they even knew they were gluten free! They turned out perfectly - soft and chewy with a great texture. YUM!
We used to LOVE this product. But when we got the new recipe--it's not just a package change, the ingredient list changed just a bit too--I noticed the difference when I cooked them, and MY SON WOULD NOT EAT THEM. He had been eating the old recipe for years.
Even worse, we ordered from another site, and had the same problem--the picture showed the old label, but we got a box with the new label/recipe.
That change occurred in January 2015. Before that, they were fantastic. Anyone else experience this?