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Jules Gluten Free All Purpose Flour Review

January 17, 2011 by  
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Thanks so much to the over 500 of you who participated in our Jules Giveaway!

WINNERS: Thanks to Jules’ Publisher, Lindsey @ Perseus Books for giving away 3 copies of Jules’ fantastic newest cookbook Free for All Cooking: 150 Easy Gluten-Free, Allergy-Friendly Recipes the Whole Family Can Enjoy. Winners are: Jenn-O, Lynn Clifford & Charles Burton! Congratulations!

WINNERS! Jules graciously added 3-5 pound bags of flour to this giveaway. Winners are: Valerie Van Gelderen, Nancy Miller & Melissa Rego. Congratulations!

How to find Jules flour, recipes & books:


I’ve worked my way through a couple of five pounds bags of Jules Gluten Free All Purpose Flour over the past couple of months and I’m honestly pretty thrilled to have found it. I used it for all my holiday baking, including my old family recipes and some of Jules recipes, and everything I tried turned out great!

The test of a great gluten free flour mix is trying it out with everything I used to make before our family began cooking gluten free. I have really “lived” with it, so my love of this flour is not a hasty recommendation. In fact, I have a pantry full of gluten free flours that may have just become obsolete.

Here are some of the recipes I’ve tried with Jules Flour:
From Jules new Cookbook Free For All Cooking and her website:

  • Jules Soft Pretzels
  • Grandma’s Pie Crust (Apple Pie, Pecan Pie, Lemon Meringue Pie)
  • Cake in a Mug
  • Pumpkin Cookies
  • Crescent Rolls

From my personal recipe collection:

  • Mama’s Rolls
  • Crescent Roll Pesto Swirls
  • Oatmeal Butterscotch Cookies
  • Chocolate Chip Cookies
  • Gravies, sauces & casseroles
  • Fried Chicken (The BEST frying flour ever!!)

With Jules recipes, I made them exactly as written and they all came out perfectly. With my recipes, although xanthan gum is included in the flour mix, if the recipe involved rising, I added a bit of extra yeast or xanthan gum, depending on the recipe. With these slight adjustments, and some with no adjustment, they all came out perfectly as well. My family was thrilled that some of the old recipes that I’ve been unable to duplicate since going gluten free are back and just as awesome as before!

Jules Gluten Free Flour Mix is a patent pending formula made in a certified gluten-free, allergy-free, and kosher facility with great care and testing along the way.


  • Expandex Modified Tapioca Starch
  • Potato Starch
  • Corn Starch
  • Corn Flour
  • White Rice Flour
  • Xanthan Gum

If you buy Jules Gluten Free Flour, you won’t be sorry, and she’s so sure that she offers a money-back guarantee!

Order it on Jules website and sign up for her fabulous recipes while you’re there.

Read my reviews of some Jules Gluten Free Products and cookbooks:
Free For All Cooking: 150 Easy Gluten-Free, Allergy-Friendly Recipes

Jules Gluten Free Bread Mix
Jules Gluten Free Graham Cracker/Gingersnap Mix

WINNERS: Thanks to Jules’ Publisher, Lindsey @ Perseus Books for giving away 3 copies of Jules’ fantastic newest cookbook Free for All Cooking: 150 Easy Gluten-Free, Allergy-Friendly Recipes the Whole Family Can Enjoy. Winners are: Jenn-O, Lynn Clifford & Charles Burton! Congratulations!

WINNERS! Jules graciously added 3-5 pound bags of flour to this giveaway. Winners are: Valerie Van Gelderen, Nancy Miller & Melissa Rego. Congratulations!

Gluten Freeville Product Reviews: Products are either purchased by us or sent to us for sampling. If we don’t LOVE it, you won’t see it reviewed here. No money is ever accepted in exchange for a product review. The sole purpose of our product reviews is to introduce you to great new products we have found as a resource to you, the reader.


534 Responses to “Jules Gluten Free All Purpose Flour Review”
  1. Rachel says:

    Yay! Another resource for Celiacs like me!

  2. Lisa Miller says:

    If you haven’t tried this flour, you are missing out! I need the new cookbook so I can try more things and be motivated to bake!

  3. Jen Wilton says:

    I LOVE Jules flour! My mom, sister & I had our annual Holiday Cookie baking day and made everything GF using Jules, and no one in the family knew the difference. We are never without it now!

  4. Cynthia Barksdale says:

    I so need all purpose Gluten Free Flour and a cookbook. I need to eat right so I can stop killing myself.

  5. Amber says:

    crescent rolls? good heavens, sign me up!

  6. Tim Mallery says:

    I would love to get a free copy of this cookbook!

  7. Johnna Diaz says:

    Wow, this looks incredible! So I’m just new at this, the very forefront of navigating what seems so complex and daunting. This makes the whole process look downright comforting and not scary or intimidating after all. Thank you for a new way of understanding and possibilities!

  8. M Wind says:

    I would love a gluten free cookbook! Both my kids are sensitive to gluten.

  9. j Verm says:

    I would love some gluten free cookbooks – so far I have just been winging it! I never know which cookbooks to buy !!

  10. Jae says:

    I am putting my ADHD son on a gluten free diet so this would help so much!

    Thanks for the opportunity!
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  11. Melissa says:

    I’m buying some, just based on the reviews – I’d absolutely love to win some flour – it is sooo expensive living like this, but the alternatives are not palatable either. I have dreams of eating a cookie or some rolls from pre-gluten days… Thanks for the chance to win

  12. Anne says:

    I’m brand-new GF! Fingers crossed to win!!

  13. Beth says:

    I’m new to gluten-free and can’t believe how much better I am feeling already. Thanks for the chance to win!

  14. Lisa F says:

    I love Jules’ flour !!

  15. Charmaine Sheath says:

    I love Jules site. I’m a new celiac and find it very helpful.
    I would love to win the flour or cookbook!

  16. Kathy says:

    My husband has been recently diagnose with Celiac disease and has not liked any of the GF items I have baked. I need all the help I can get! Thanks for the chance to win!

  17. i wpud love one for me and my family!

  18. Melanie says:

    Would love to try the GF flour! I’ve been struggling with baking and if it’s even worth baking (some stuff just gets thrown away due to poor taste). Some of the GF flours are terrible. I’ve found one that is pretty good but this sounds awesome as well.

  19. Deb Denherder says:

    I have heard alot about Jules recently…have not had the opportunity to try any recipes…this would be great to get me started

  20. Mellissa Bainter says:

    Newly diagnosed and rather lost in the baking department! Could use all the help I can get! Thanks.

  21. Jen says:

    OOOOOHH! I just recently started baking gf. I always thought it would be too hard but it’s not with the right stuff! I’d love to try your all purpose flour and possibly add it to the recipe’s in the cookbook I’ve just started!

  22. Jessica says:

    Did I make it in time?

  23. Meghan Kelleher says:

    My husband who was loves to bake and cook was just diagnosed with Celiac disease and this would be a great start for him to help with the lifestyle change. We are trying to find new ways for him to be able to still eat the foods he enjoys without the side effects that hurt him.

  24. Jennifer Phythian says:

    I would so love to try this flour, always looking for yummy mixes to make my gluten free journey more enjoyable! :)

  25. michelle says:

    My daughter and I are following a gluten free diet and are just starting to explore baking. I think it is awesome that you are giving books and flour away!

  26. michelle guerra says:

    I would love to learn how to prepare more yummy treats for my 3 year old!

  27. I would love to win one of the cookbooks so I can help my son Joey eat foods that don’t upset his stomach. He is our miracle boy and I will do anything to help him learn to enjoy foods for the rest of his life. His twins sister would help as well!

  28. H says:

    i would love to win this, just became a celiac and would like to try Jule’s, I have heard so many wonderful things about this flour and it wont hurt my stomach:)

  29. Alisha says:

    I love this flour mix, and I love all of Jules’ recipes! Would love to win the new cookbook!

  30. Elizabeth L. says:

    I would love to have the cookbook to use with the great flour!!

  31. rosana bernat says:

    I need this so bad I am a mother of 3 and I am married to a man that believes all gluten free baked goods are horrible I would love to prove him wrong

  32. swan brown says:

    This flour firms gluten-free baked goods up beautifully; however, sometimes too much. After several attempts at making chocolate chip cookies both with Jules’ recipe and that on the bag, trying to achieve a chewier cookie, I finally decided to experiment with combining this revolutionary flour with some of my other gluten-free flours to get a certain softness, with the firm cohesiveness that Jules’ flour offers. Works great!


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