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Real Jules, Real Good Giveaway

8:17 AM Tiffany Hinton 4 Comments

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Back in January I saw a post on Celiac and The Beast Facebook for a sample of The GF Jules flour.  Now you know I love all things gluten free, but really a free sample of flour, I could not let it get away. A few weeks later my package arrived from the "real" Jules.  I was excited.


Well the girls and the nanny baked up the flour into muffins before I got to use it, then they ate all the muffins too.  I needed more flour! Hence all the tweets and silliness but honestly I needed more The GF Jules flour.  I am happy to say Jules sent me a box to review and I am in love. (oh and I got brownies too)





Personally I love that the flour is free of our family allergens including gluten, dairy, teff, sorghum, millet, eggs and the rest.  The texture is fine and has an amazing similarity to regular all purpose flour.  I have used it in banana muffins with our traditional gluten free recipe and they were great.  I then used it to make egg free, dairy free, gluten free apple pie donuts. This flour is the bomb! I am in love again.



If you haven't heard. Jules recently re-launched her products under a new name gfJulesT after an ugly separation from her former partners in March of this year. If you want all the details catch up on YouTube and this great article from GlutenDude about the sordid ordeal.

Jules originally founded her company as a single mother, on her own in 2007 after publishing her first gluten free cookbook. Ever since, she has been a passionate advocate for celiac and gluten-free consumer issues like gluten free food labeling and helping those in our community. With her company, Jules' goal was to never get rich, but rather to bring families with dietary restrictions together at mealtime as economically safely as possible.

Sound familar, my main purpose it to give you a gluten free solution for your children. This is one of the reason I am so excited to share The GF Jules products with you, but also because it really is a great flour.  We have a giveaway for you to win your own to try (detail below).



First let me share this amazing Vegan Apple Pie Donut recipe.

2 cup The GF Jules flour
1 tbs gelatin mixed with 1 tbs cold water + 2 tbs boiling water, mix till frothy
2 tsp baking powder
1 tsp baking soda
1/2 tsp salt
1/4 tsp nutmeg
1/2 tsp cinnamon 
1/4 brown sugar
1/2 cup unsweetened applesauce
1 cup almond milk
1 tsp vanilla extract 

Cinnamon sugar mix:
2 tbs sugar 
1/2 tsp cinnamon 

  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. 
  • Grease your donut pans and set aside. 
  • In a large bowl combine flour, baking powder, baking soda, salt, nutmeg and cinnamon. 
  • In a medium bowl mix sugar,  applesauce, milk and vanilla. 
  • Pour wet ingredients into dry ingredients; add the gelatin mixure and mix until combined.  
  • Pour your mixture into your donut pan, filling each donut until it's around 3/4 full. 
  • Bake for 15-20 minutes or until a skewer removes clean and the edges have pulled in from the sides. 
  • Sprinkle warm donuts with cinnamon and sugar mixture.

Now let's get you some! 




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4 comments:

Holly E said...

I love that they are vegan and don't contain soy.

I love that I can feel good eating it!

Lady O said...

It thickens soups and sauces like nobody's business!

ufg8trj said...

I love her products because they are yummy