Blogger Challenge: NON-Wheat Flour

This challenge ended September 1st 2013

Winners have been contacted by email about their prizes. A new challenge will be announced within the next week.

Winners of this Challenge

Gluten Free Recipe Apple Cake

Random Winner of $50

Whole Grain Chocolate cookies

Random Winner of $50

Strawberry Rhubarb Shortcake

Random Winner of $50

Coconut Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Cookies

Random Winner of $50

This Blogger Challenge was to bake (or cook) something with a NON-wheat flour made in your WonderMill or Wonder Junior grain mill and blog about it on your blog.

We also gave away a free grain mill to one of our Visitors, click here see the results.

Gallery of Entries:
(click an image to view the blog post)

ALMOND JOY DONUTS

Almond Joy Donuts

Whole Grain Chocolate cookies

Chocolate cookies

Easy Homemade Corn Tortillas

Corn Tortillas

Gluten-free Graham Pie Crust

Gluten-free Pie Crust

Rustic Whole Wheat and Buckwheat Bread

Buckwheat Bread

Irish Cream Brownies

Irish Cream Brownies

Strawberry Rhubarb Shortcake

Strawberry Rhubarb cake

Yeasted Cream Cheese Coffee Cake

Cream Cheese Cake

Quick Bread with Rice Flour

Quick Bread with Rice

Gluten Free Pumpkin Muffins

GF Pumpkin Muffins

Gluten Free Waffle Recipe

Gluten Free Waffle

Gluten-Free White Bean Fudge Cake

Bean Fudge Cake

Gluten Free Recipe Apple Cake

Gluten-Free Apple Cake

Oven Baked Polenta with Heirloom Tomato Sauce

Baked Polenta

Oat Waffles

Oat Waffles

White Bean Spice Cake

White Bean Spice Cake

Besan Puda (Savory Pancake)

Besan Puda

Basic White Bean Cookies

White Bean Cookies

Indian Corn Pudding

Indian Corn Pudding

Mango Cake

Mango Cake

Agua de Horchata – A Mexican Rice Drink Sweetened with Honey & Stevia

Agua de Horchata

Blueberry Orange Upside-Down Bars

Upside-Down Bars

Brown Soda Bread with oat flour

Brown Soda Bread

Danish Rye Bread with Dried Fruit, Seeds and Nuts

Danish Rye Bread

Coconut Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Cookies

Coconut Oat Cookies


The Prizes:
We selected four random post entries as the winners of $50 each using random.org number generator.

We plan on doing several more challenges though out 2013 and 2014.

Plus a Giveaway for our Visitors

WonderMill or Wonder Junior Deluxe grain mill
That’s Right, we are going to giveaway a WonderMill Grain Mill or a Wonder Junior Deluxe Hand Mill, winners choice, to one of our visitors. Use the Rafflecopter Box below to enter.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Have you ever used a NON-Wheat Flour? If so, which flour?

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157 Responses to Blogger Challenge: NON-Wheat Flour

  1. Heather says:

    Previous to owning my grain mill I used rice flour on occasion.

  2. We use a GF flour mix. I’d love to be able to grind my own!!

  3. FoodPrepper says:

    I have used several non-wheat flours. I have used oat flour quite a bit but I have also played with millet flour, white bean flour, pearled barley flour, brown rice flour, and garbanzo bean flour (all of which I have ground in my WonderMill). I have some rye berries that I have been meaning to mill for the past 8 months that I would like to use in some bread but I haven’t done it yet.

  4. Shelley says:

    I have used quinoa, corn, black bean, wheat, rice, and barley flours. They all ground WonderMill-fully!

  5. Gina B. says:

    I have not yet used a non-wheat flour…but I bet having a Wonder Mill would change that!

  6. Elizabeth says:

    I have a friend who is wheat free and I’ve made many things for her using several different non-wheat flours including: buckwheat, white and brown rice flour, teff flour, montina flour, Garbanzo bean flour, almond flour, coconut flour, fava bean flour.

  7. Susan C. says:

    I have used quinoa flour, oat flour, brown rice flour, and buckwheat flour. I don’t have a grain mill :( so I have to buy mine already milled. I would SO LOVE to win this! Thanks for the opportunity!

  8. Angie Peterson says:

    I have never used a non-wheat flour, but it doesn’t mean I wouldn’t like to try it someday :)

  9. Christine Jensen says:

    I have not, but I have been curious

  10. Amy says:

    I’ve used oat flour.

  11. julie says:

    No, I have not !!!

  12. Corene h. says:

    Not yet,but would like to start!

  13. Sherry Atanasoff says:

    I have used rice flour, but cannot afford to buy a mill. To win one would change my family and help us to eat healthier!

  14. Jaclynn says:

    I’ve used rye flour quite a bit before.

  15. Amanda says:

    I never have!

  16. Naomi Snider says:

    I’d love to have “Junior”! Thanks for the opportunity to win!

  17. Naomi Snider says:

    I’ve used rye, and have used corn and several kinds of beans including garbanzo.

  18. Jodi Monroy says:

    I’ve used rice flour and millet flour, but never with much success

  19. Alex Fisher says:

    No, I haven’t.

  20. rachel v. says:

    I use non-wheat flour every day. we are a GF house. Grinding my own would be wonderful for rice, sorghum, millet, and quinoa!

  21. Laura D says:

    would love to start!!

  22. joanna says:

    no, i haven’t yet, but i have coconut flour to try soon!

  23. As a gluten free blogger, I bake with multiple gluten free flours such as: millet, quinoa, rice, buckwheat, and several grain free flours. Since I don’t have a proper grain mill…although I would LOVE one, I grind grain in my vitamix.

  24. Lauren V. says:

    I made brown rice flour pancakes once with a friend who was avoiding gluten. They were good, but the texture was different :)

  25. Sarah says:

    We use rice flower, quinoa flour and oat flour. Our family LOVES to bake and cook! We try to push the boundaries and make delicious things using unique ingredients! The boys love to help out and LOVE the yummy treats. If we won the mill, they’d be able to help make the flours in the treats that they love so much! :)

  26. Crystal says:

    I just used a non-wheat flour for the first time yesterday. I used brown rice flour.

  27. Rebecca says:

    My daughter has a kidney problem so we have been very overwhelmed with health, and food. I just recently took her off milk and gluten so we have tried coconut flour.

  28. Vicki says:

    My son has to eat wheat-free so I have used several non-wheat flours: garbanzo, garfava, rice, etc. to make breads and cookies.

  29. Kate McBride says:

    Coconut flour

  30. Susie says:

    I just bought a LOT of Wheat Berries so I need a grinder. I don’t want to use a rock. :)
    Great giveaway,
    Susie

  31. Karen Mizener says:

    I have used many different flours…spelt, millet, sorghum, brown rice, and coconut four.

  32. Helen Foster says:

    almond flour for minute muffins

  33. Helen Foster says:

    minute muffins with almond flour

  34. Darcy says:

    We are a gluten free family so we use non-wheat flours all the time (I use a mix of bean flours, occassionally rice flour, and millet flour)! I’ve been wanting a grain mill since we went gluten free and winning would be such a blessing!

  35. Michelle says:

    I haven’t yet, but I’d like to!

  36. Katie says:

    I haven’t but see lots of recipes popping up with alternative grains. Would love to try some of them.

  37. Judith Martinez says:

    I’ve used rice flour and masa.

  38. Eligonma says:

    I’ve used almond and coconut flour!

  39. Kim C. says:

    I’ve used sweet rice flour, coconut flour, and oat flour.

  40. Veronica says:

    I have used quinoa, arrowroot, tapioca, rice, amaranth, almond, hazelnut, garbanzo bean, fava bean, coconut, and potato flours regularly. I don’t currently own a grain mill, and I am starting to research them since I use non-wheat flours all the time to improve the nutritional value of my baked goods and keep them gluten free so that more people can eat what I bring to pot luck meals at church and school. I would like to add a grain mill to my kitchen tools. Thanks!

  41. Michelle says:

    I haven’t, but would love to learn more!

  42. Dezi A says:

    No I haven’t but I learned about a bunch of different ones a while ago and would love to be able to try them some day…

  43. Jill Ray says:

    I was just doing some research and fell in LOVE with the Wonder Mill JR!! I am so excited to be entered into this contest to win one!!! THANK YOU

  44. Julie G says:

    I have used rye flour and oat flour. Would love to be able to grind my own rather than pay the store prices for non-GMO flours!!!

  45. Jackie Johnson says:

    I have not tried making flour before. Sounds like this might be the time to check it out!

  46. Spanky one says:

    git-r-done!!!!!!! I love free stuff. Woo Hooo

  47. Jessica T says:

    I have used coconut, rye, and buckwheat.

  48. I think I tried spelt once.

  49. I,ve never ground my own flour but have used rice,oat,flaxseed,buckwheatand rye. I like to experiment with different flours they all have their unique taste.

  50. Jan T says:

    I have been saving and saving for one, but emergencies keep coming up! I am dreaming of the day I have one !

  51. I have wanted a grain mill for soooo long now.Thank you for this giveaway.

  52. Marcie says:

    I use oat flour quite a bit. Would like to try other grains also. Thanks

  53. Jan Franklin says:

    I have used brown rice flour and potato flour.

  54. soy, rye, oat, almond, walnut, buckwheat

  55. Nicole Hale says:

    I have used rice flour and almond flour. Would like to expand into other flours as well.

  56. Leslie says:

    I’ve used almond flour once when making pancakes with a friend who is gluten free. I’d love to win this!

  57. Angie B says:

    I use coconut flour, almond flour and cashew flour quite often.

  58. Emily L says:

    I have not used non-wheat flour. I always make my bread with wheat flour.

  59. Tina H says:

    My daughter & now my son have a disease that is sever food allergies. This would make my life so much easier. I have to make my own rice & tapioca flour so it is not contaminated it could cause sever medical problems for them. I REALLY LOVE this & would LOVE to win it. TY for a chance !

  60. Brenda says:

    Yes, I’ve used rice flours, millet, coconut (love this one!) and a few others. Experiment with different gluten-free blends.

  61. AmyE says:

    I’ve used rice flour, corn meal, and corn flour before, due to my daughter having Cealiac Disease.

  62. Grace says:

    I love using oat flour! It has such a great nutty taste :)

  63. beverly says:

    what an amazing opportunity! ty so much

  64. Ana Maria says:

    I have used soy flour, in the very distant past, but would love to start usin almond and coconut flour in the near future.

  65. Janice Seigler says:

    I would love to grind my homegrown corn into cornmeal. I would be so thankful to be able to win.

  66. Rebecca says:

    I have used almond meal, flaxseed, oat flour (which wasn’t officially labeled), coconut flour and maybe a few others but I would love to win this!

  67. Jerry says:

    I have primarily used rice and corn flours before.

  68. I have used (and LOVE): Tapioca Flour, Buckwheat Flour, and Chickpea flour!

  69. Laura says:

    I would love to win a wonder mill! Thank you for the opportunity!

  70. Laura says:

    I’ve never used a non wheat flour, but I’d love to try!!

  71. JillMad says:

    So far, I have used corn flour, other than prepared wheat flour. I really want the Wonder Junior Grain Mill so that I can start the grain/legume/sprout/etc. adventure!

  72. Kristie says:

    I use oat flour that I grind in my blender. Would love to have a food grinder to expand that.

  73. I have used oat flour, almond meal, barley flour

  74. Karen D says:

    I have used rice, garam (chickpea) and (other) bean flours in the past.

  75. Lynnzer says:

    I use rye flour, soy flour and spelt flour. I’ve just ordered some sprouted grain flour I’m eager to start working with.

  76. LD Michelle says:

    I have never used non-wheat flour because it is so expensive and hard to find. I’d love to be able to make my own, but I cannot afford to buy a grain mill at this time. Thank you so much for this great giveaway!

  77. Kris says:

    The Wonder Junior Deluxe Hand Mill is a priority on my wish list. Thank you so much for this great opportunity. Good luck everyone.

  78. Stacy C says:

    I’ve used coconut, soy, corn, buckwheat and rice flours. I need to learn how to use coconut flour a little better. My results weren’t too good. I also use spelt, but it is a form of wheat so I don’t think it counts. I am trying to decide on mills. I got a small grinder for my birthday, but it took a while to grind 2 cups of wheat berries for a bread I made.

  79. Chelsea says:

    I haven’t used other types of flours, but I would like to try some different ones.

  80. Mary says:

    I have used brownrice, oat, almond, & coconut flours.

  81. Maria says:

    I often use buckwheat flour to make French galettes.

  82. MaryEllen says:

    I typically use a blend of rice flour and tapioca flour.

  83. Julie says:

    This past summer I’ve begun using spelt flour on a regular basis at the camp where I work as a cook. I personally am shopping for a grain mill and have been considering The Wonder Mill. My goal is to grind ALL of my own chicken feed which I either sprout or ferment. Thanks for a great giveaway.

  84. Karen P says:

    I have not ever used a non-wheat flour.

  85. Caroline C says:

    Sorghum has to be our go to flour since being GF. We have also used rice, potato, coconut and I’m sure a few more I can’t think of right now.

  86. Jamie says:

    I have never used non-wheat flour. Interested in it though.

  87. Sarah P. says:

    I have not, but would like to experiment with some in the near future!

  88. Mary P says:

    Yes, I have used various non-wheat flours. I bake all of my own bread.

  89. katelyn says:

    kamut and millet :)

  90. bonnie kline says:

    I have not used one, but I want to start milling flour

  91. Sarah R says:

    I’ve been looking to get into this sort of thing- this looks interesting!

  92. Ty Gray says:

    almond flour

  93. Kelli A. says:

    I’ve used coconut flour and quinoa.

  94. Chris O says:

    This is one of the things I’ve been wanting to try.

  95. Crystal says:

    I’m venturing slowly into baking more gluten free goodies. So far I’ve only used coconut flour.

  96. Tammy says:

    I have used oat flour once.

  97. Lynn Bostic says:

    These mills are so cool!

  98. Pam O says:

    I have not explored with other flours yet… and can’t wait to obtain a grain mill so that I can use fresh! Thanks for the opportunity to win a WonderMill.

  99. Danyelle Cotten says:

    I have only used oat flour,but I’d love to try others! :)

  100. Cindy says:

    I never have. I guess we’re just not that adventurous. ;-)

  101. Kate Kessler says:

    Yes, I have used quite a few: oat, rye, rice, bean, coconut. My favorite non-wheat is oat for its sweetness!

    Thanks for hosting this!

    Warmly,
    Kate

  102. kelly tillotson says:

    mostly spelt, rice, quiona
    *Kelly

  103. Jen Hen says:

    I have used rice, oat, and corn flour.

  104. Cheri says:

    I have not used non-wheat flour, but I’d like to experiment with the options to see if I can better tolerate foods without wheat.

  105. Amy Hoogstad says:

    I’ve used almond meal flour and GF flour from the bulk foods store.

  106. Athena R says:

    Yes, oat flour and almond flour. I’ve used flaxseed meal too. I have coconut and rice flour at home, but I haven’t used them yet.

  107. Iisha B says:

    I have used rice flour in Asian cooking but I have never used a non-wheat flour in baking.

  108. Leann L says:

    I haven’t yet but want to.

  109. BlessedCP says:

    I have used a variety of flours: coconut, almond, rye, oat, spelt, a multi-grain and rice are the ones that come to mind.

  110. Deborah says:

    I have used oat, rice, black bean buckwheat and a few other non wheat flours. I used my neighbors mill would love to have my own.

  111. leah wall says:

    Yes – rye, spelt, oat & almond are the ones I can remember.

  112. Jolene says:

    I have never used non-wheat flours, but it has always intrigued me!

  113. Regina Schaaf says:

    hi, I have never used any of these products , I would love to learn more !

  114. Emilie Roush says:

    Rice flour, although I’d like to try other ones.

  115. Karen Mizener says:

    I have used brown rice flour for gluten-free recipes

  116. Robin Moon says:

    I have made Ezekiel bread and ground the beans with the wheat. I look forward to many new non-wheat ideas that I can grind myself and bake!

  117. Sarah says:

    I have only ever used regular store boughten wheat flours. Would love to start eating healthier by grinding my own but grinders are so darn expensive!

  118. Trish M says:

    I’ve used buckwheat, amaranth, barley, oat and rice flour!

  119. Darlene R says:

    I have not yet tried non-wheat flours. Every day I’m trying to revise my eating habits to become more healthy. A grain mill would be a perfect addition to my kitchen!

  120. Angela W says:

    I have used oat flour, rice flour, and buckwheat flour but not often.

  121. Kim S says:

    Use almond and rice mostly.. buckwheat is great too!

  122. Ann says:

    I’ve wanted to have a mill for me and my critters for a long time. This would be awesome!

  123. Ann says:

    I tried to you milled flax seed once in a dog treat I make… It didn’t go so well.. But I have yet to give up!

  124. Kathi ward says:

    I have not done anything but wheat but I should love to!

  125. Jan says:

    Because of Celiac Disease, I can use only non-wheat flours. I grind most of the flours I use by hand with a hand crank flour mill that I have to run the flour through many times to get the right consistency. It would be fantastic to own a WonderMill.

  126. Jessica L. P. says:

    We use spelt flour around here at a substitute for white flour

  127. LINDA QUIGLEY says:

    I did grind popcorn to make flour for corn bread turned out pretty good

  128. Becky says:

    Never tried it before, I’d be willing to try though if I could grind my own.

  129. Paula Glass says:

    I really, really, really need one of these!! I have never used anything but regular white flour from the store and I want to start using non-GMO products.

  130. john says:

    this would be a wonderful thing to own i bake bread every day and to be able to mill my own flour would just make my already wonderful bread that much more so.

  131. Kimberly says:

    I have used teff, oats, millet and buckwheat flours…it is fun to experiment with new flour.

  132. Mandy says:

    I have made sourdough buckwheat pancakes using my 20 year old vita mix to grind the buckwheat. Would love to win a wondermill and start using the whole wheat I have in the pantry for bread. My vita mix does not grind the whole wheat fine enough any more.

  133. Linda Jo says:

    I’ve tried buckwheat, oats, corn and some bean flours. It is fun to experiment! And it’s better if you can grind the flour yourself instead of having to buy it!

  134. ruth says:

    I have tried spelt flour before and enjoyed it immensely!
    I would love to have a grain mill to help continue my whole food journey with.

  135. Phyllis Robinson says:

    Being gluten free, I have tried almost all of the gluten free flours out there!
    I need the WonderMill to grind my own rice flours to save lots of money.
    I would also like to try pop corn. I do not like the GMO corn meal on the market and have read pop corn has yet to be modified as they do not sell enough to bother.

  136. Emily W. says:

    I would love to win one of these! Love having freshly ground wheat flour for my homemade bread!

  137. Nora says:

    I am going to try this out!

  138. Tammy Trayer says:

    My son is high functioning autistic and is on the GFCF diet so we have used many many different flours: rice, garbanzo bean, coconut, oat, sorghum, quinoa, almond, etc…. I like BetterBatter.org for my gluten free packaged flour, but would love to have the Wondermill to grind my own. Blessings and thank you for the opportunity to enter in the drawing and share it with my audience. Tam <

  139. Barbie says:

    I haven’t used one of my own but have borrowed a friends and used it a couple times.. Have tons of recipes I would love to try with it..

  140. LindaW says:

    I have not used non-wheat flour, but I would like to start experimenting and reduce the amount of wheat the family is eating.

  141. john hutchens says:

    I have never used a non wheat flour but would like to

  142. Brenda Duncan says:

    Just a few, like soy, oat, and rice. But I would love to get into it more. Thanks for such a great giveaway. Someone is sure to get a lot of good use from this one.

  143. Lisa P says:

    I have only used corn flour, but have been thinking about going gluten free to see if it helps with digestive issues I am having, so I plan to try others! Thanks for the giveaway!

  144. Patricia R says:

    I would love to win this and give it a try. I would love to grind my own to save money and so I know what’s in there. Thank you for giving me the chance to win one of these and for all your recipes… love them.. :)

  145. sharon says:

    I have used the following non-gluten flours: (1) Amaranth, (2) Brown rice, (3) Buckwheat, (4) Coconut, (5) Corn, (6) Garbanzo, (7) Oat, (8) Millet, (9) Pea, (10) Quinoa, (11) Sorgum, (12) Sweet Rice, (13) Tapioca, (14) Teff AND I have ignored most of the bean flours because they give me gas problems… I am gluten intolerant with one allele for Celiac Disorder and unless bakery, pancakes, and pasta products are gluten free, I become one sick human being :o( I haven’t purchased a grain mill because I didn’t think they would do a good job making a smooth flour…maybe your mill is capable of making a fine textured flour that isn’t gritty—I so I am your perfect candidate to tell the world “This really is a great little machine!”

  146. Swetha says:

    No, I have not…but I would love to have one to try.
    Thanks

  147. Brenda Duncan says:

    I have used rice, soy, and oat flour before. Would love to try some others.

  148. Janelle G says:

    I bake all of my family’s bread and it would be wonderful to grind the wheat fresh!

  149. Since I was diagnosed with celiac disease, I have used many different flours! (bean, rice, oat, quinoa, tapioca, etc.) I even post flour mixes on my blog, Adventures of a Gluten Free Kid. Check it out!: http://adventures-of-a-gluten-free-kid.blogspot.com/

  150. Kathy says:

    I don’t yet own a wonder mill but have used oat, soy, rye & corn meal in the past. I’d love to experiment with bean flours & other grain flours. I’m sure grinding my own corn meal would be tremendously better than buying already ground meal.

  151. Would love to try the “junior” for my almonds to see if it’s simpler than using my vitamix (always having to dig almond BUTTER out of the blades!!)

  152. Lisa Stancle says:

    Yes, organic gluten-free flours and almond meal. But making my own would be awesome! I love cooking from scratch and desire to do some hearth cooking as well.

  153. Sabrina says:

    I use rice flour to batter chicken to fry. Yum!

  154. Pris says:

    Bought hard red wheat, but haven’t used it yet. Would love to win so I could start grinding my own flours. Living in a small town, it’s so hard to find any different flours. Would love to make my own. Thanks for the chance.

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