Have you ever wanted to buy all of your grain-free baking supplies from ONE place at a reasonable price and with a flat shipping cost?? Well this is exactly what I have done, and I am ready to start selling my Grain-Free Baking Starter Kits! The kits include EVERYTHING you will need to start baking and cooking grain-free, including:
The Baking Kit includes:
- 3 lb. Honeyville Blanched Almond Flour (My preferred almond flour.)
- 2.2 lb. Tropical Traditions Coconut Flour
- 1 lb. Arrowroot Powder (Used to thicken gravies & sauces)
- 1 oz. Stevia Select Brand Stevia (My NEW preferred stevia.)
- 1 lb. Terrasoul Pink Himalayan Salt (fine)
- 1 lb. Raw Cacao Powder (Healthier version of unsweetened cacao.)
The Deluxe Baking Kit also includes both signed, Satisfying Eats and Comforting Eats spiral bound cookbooks.
- 1 lb. Great Lakes Kosher Gelatin (Used to make gelatin, puddings and gummies.) (Add-on item)
- 1 lb.Great Lakes Collagen Hydrolysate (Used as a protein powder in smoothies.) (Add-on item)
Click on the links above. Check out how much it would cost you if you purchased these items separately! Oh, and don’t forget the individual shipping cost!
My intent with selling these Kits is to help you get EVERYTHING you need from ONE place, for a GREAT price, and with one FLAT Shipping Cost. This is instead of paying HIGHER prices when only needing to purchase small amounts, and having to pay high shipping cost for each item.
NOTE: The difference in the Deluxe Kit is that it includes my cookbooks and the Baking Kit does not. Because I am selling these items as kits, all of the items must be purchased in the kit to get the price listed. However, it is possibly to purchase two of one item if you really don’t need another (such as purchasing 2 stevia powders instead of the arrowroot powder).
Here is the breakdown of the price of the kits and the items each kit includes. The “Cost on Site” is the price you would pay buying each individual item from the different websites linked above. This price does NOT include the shipping cost that you would pay on the individual sites.
Kits are currently out of stock!
Which gelatin should you buy??
I personally have both types of gelatin, the type that gels and the type that does not (hydrolysate gelatin powder and the unflavored gelatin).
- If you can only purchase one of the powders, plan on putting it in your shakes or coffee, and don’t plan on using it in recipes, I would purchase the Hydrolysate Gelatin since it dissolves very easily.
- If you can only purchase one of the powders and want to use it to create recipes, pudding, etc., I would purchase the unflavored gelatin, either Kosher or the regular unflavored gelatin. You can still add it to your shakes, you just want to sprinkle it over your liquid to let it dissolve and then swirl it around before blending and blend well. Some people still report clumping, so this is the reason why the hydrolysate powder is still best in shakes. However, the regular kind will work. The regular gelatin is the first type I purchased, since I could use it in all of my recipes and shakes.
- If you get both types, I would add the hydrolysate to your shakes and the regular unflavored to your recipes that require thickening. This is what I currently do.