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Gluten-Free Baking Mix

This delicious mix is made from fresh stone-ground buckwheat we grow organically here in Prince Edward County, ON. Buckwheat is the seed of a flowering fruit that is related to rhubarb and is completely gluten-free.

One of the reasons we chose to grow buckwheat was because of its numerous health benefits.

Another reason we grow buckwheat is that honey bees pollinate the tiny white buckwheat flowers. Our fall honey is a rich dark blend of buckwheat and goldenrod.

What sets Jubilee Farm baking mix apart from other gluten-free mixes?

 

  1. One mix to rule them all! This mix is much more versatile compared to other gluten-free mixes that only make pancakes or muffins. Our Mix makes pancakes, muffins, cakes, loafs, protein balls and cookies all with simple recipes, all with dairy/egg free options. 
  2. Every single recipe is absolutely delicious!
  3. Our buckwheat flour has not been industrially processed like other gluten-free flours and mixes.
  4. Freshness is especially key with buckwheat. Buckwheat starts to go rancid quickly and develops a bitter taste if not stored properly in a fridge or freezer. Our special packaging is designed to prevent oxidation of important vitamins and minerals, locking in freshness for optimal nutrition and taste.
  5. Only 3 ingredients: buckwheat flour, baking soda, cinnamon. No refined flours, fillers, starches, gums or refined sugars. We encourage you to check out the ingredients in other gluten-free baking mixes.
  6. When you buy our products, you are supporting regenerative agriculture and thus proactively participating in healing our country's land, water supply and food systems!

Gluten-Free Baking Mix Recipes

Each package contains two batches of whichever recipe you choose (except the protein power cookies which can make six batches)

Pancakes, Muffins, Loafs, Cupcakes, Cookies, & Cakes

*We meet all of the requirements set out by Health Canada's regulatory requirements for “gluten-free” foods. A lab analysis showed <5 ppm of gluten in a random sample of our buckwheat flour (Health Canada Standards allow for up to 20 ppm to be considered “gluten-free”).