Maninis Multiuso Multi-Purpose Flour Mix | Triumph Dining Product Review

Maninis Gluten Free

The Maninis folks sent me a big box of their mixes and also some cookies made with this gluten-free flour. The chocolate chip cookies were great; there was no sacrifice made for them to be gluten-free.

The product offerings are worth checking out. The company manufacturers Certified Gluten-Free mixes and pasta for both the commercial and home baker. Its rice-free products are made with native, minimally processed ancient grains and are produced in 50 lb bags for foodservice and 5 lb bags for the consumer retail market. There is no bio-engineering used to produce them and both its Washington state kitchen and blending facility have been certified by the Gluten Intolerance Group. Impressive.

I sent the flour off to Brittany Angell, who is writing the Essential Gluten-Free Baking Guide. Watch for some of her recipes on this blog in the coming months.


6 thoughts on “Maninis Multiuso Multi-Purpose Flour Mix | Triumph Dining Product Review”

  1. I am very interested in getting a sample of this flour, if at all possible. I would like to try it myself, to see if I like it, and if so, I will buy it on a regular basis. Is there anything else made by this company that is gluten free?

  2. I just bought my first small bag of the multipurpose flour and it is AWESOME!! Made biscuits from Mom’s recipe and went back in time! Perfect! Cornbread too! I shall be stocking up on this one, and trying the other products!!

  3. I tired their buns while visiting Seattle last summer. They sell at local farmers markets. I have their flour now and love the buns I make using their bread flour. They ship.

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