GIVEAWAY: Gluten-Free Prize Pack

KAF gluten free bread

I was super excited when I saw this post about gluten-free products after discovering wheat/gluten is a major migraine trigger for me.

It’s so reassuring to have them basically mix up a loaf of gluten-free bread for me (especially since I’m so new to this gluten-free thing!). So I was absolutely in love with the gluten-free bread mix. And that was before I even tasted it.

Now, I’ve tasted gluten-free bread (before it was a dietary requirement for me) and some has been good, while some has been awful—dry and chalky or overly crumbly. But when I tasted the bread mix loaf, I was so pleasantly surprised. I actually told Mr. Meaty that I like it better than wheat bread. It’s light and sort of spongey with an eggy flavor (the box recipe DOES call for three eggs, so that likely explains that). The girls liked it and Mr. Meaty proclaimed it “OK” (this is sometimes a rousing endorsement for him for any untested food).

I had so much fun with the company back in November of last year for the awesome hamburger bun/mini pie tin and flour prize pack giveaway.

So I know this one’s going to be awesome, too!

This time around, you’ll have a chance to win a Gluten-Free Products Prize Pack, including:

One (1) NEW Gluten-Free All-Purpose Baking Mix, a quick mix for all kinds of GF baked goods

One (1) Gluten-Free Bread Mix, which makes a loaf of delicious gluten-free sandwich bread.

One (1) Gluten-Free Multi-Purpose Flour, which you can sub in for flour in just about any recipe you can dream up!

You must live in the continental U.S. to be eligible to win the Gluten-Free Prize Pack.

The only required entry for the contest is a comment on which gluten-free product or recipe you’re most excited about trying out in YOUR kitchen. But you can gain extra entries for signing up for enews, and/or following us on Facebook, Pinterest, Google+ or Instagram.

And you can get an extra entry each day by tweeting about the contest!

I’ll choose a single winner randomly from eligible entries after the contest ends on Monday, October 14. The winner will be notified via email and have 48 hours to respond before another winner is chosen. Good luck and I’m looking forward to your comments!

About the Company

It’s is the oldest flour company in the U.S., opening in 1790 in Boston. It’s known now as a quality flour with many options for customers, like organic and gluten-free flours. For whole foodies, I think it’s the most-often lauded major flour brand and for good reason, the selection and quality of flour, combined with its availability makes it a great packaged flour for whole food bakers. It is an employee-owned company.

How do the products fare?

I loved the bread mix loaf, especially fresh out of the bread machine. It gets a little crumbly and dry after a few days in the refrigerator, but I suppose that’s true of most homemade breads. And having the freedom to substitute gluten-free flour (especially now when I’m still learning the ropes to gluten-free living), was great with both the baking mix and the flour mix. Someday I’m sure I’ll be ready to mix my own custom gluten-free flours, but these are so easy.

The only major downside I saw to the products is the retail price. Most gluten-free products are a little steep (at least for my super-frugal brain), so it’s in line with similar products from other brands. But the $6.95 MSRP for the bread mix means I’ll only be able to enjoy it occasionally rather than as an every-week substitute. Thankfully, the company also sells starches and gluten-free flours separately that I can use to make my own mix. I’ll opt for that in the future, but I will miss the convenience of the “loaf in a box” variety. :)


Note: While the company provided me with products for the giveaway and review, my opinions are 100% my own. See my full disclosure policy here. This promotion, open to U.S. residents only, is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Facebook. I hereby release Facebook of any liability. Winner(s) will be contacted by email 48 hours after the giveaway ends. If you have any additional questions – feel free to send an email to

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  1. Cee says

    I am most excited about the KAF NEW Gluten-Free All-Purpose Baking Mix. We used to do a lot of things with a basic base like this, but have resorted to making our own. Thanks for this giveaway!

  2. Margot C says

    I think having a Gluten-Free All-Purpose Baking Mix around to just whip some stuff up would be pretty cool; so I’m excited about that.

  3. Solducky says

    My kids love waffles, but I always buy the frozen GF ones. I would love to try them with the GF baking mix!

  4. Monisha says

    Would love to try the gluten free all purpose flour as I love to bake but have not found a really good all purpose flour since going Gluten free and my family misses my baking!

  5. says

    With osteoporosis now among the indicators of celiac disease, we all need to be more conscious of gluten in our diets. It’s great that a trusted brand like King Arthur is stepping up with more gluten free products that perform properly and taste good, too.

  6. Jenny says

    I want to try the all purpose baking mix, because my son has recently started a gluten-free diet, and we’re still trying to find biscuits and baked goods that don’t fall apart or are tasteless.

    • says

      I’m so sorry your family is struggling with this, Jenny. I’ve found that even the crumbly ones can usually be saved by warming them up or toasting them. Good luck!

  7. Melissa says

    I am excited to try the bread mix! I want to make thick sliced French toast with it! Haven’t had that since having to go GF 2 years ago!