Review: Astoria Mills

Check out Astoria Mills, manufacturer of delicious, gluten-free enriched baking mixes, made in a dedicated gluten free facility and dairy-, soy-, nut- and peanut-free. These mixes let you make all your favorites you used to enjoy, such as breads and pizza crust, muffins, cakes, pies, pierogis, and main dishes. Each mix makes multiple recipes which you can conveniently prepare in your home.

Visit their website and watch their taste test video at a local pizzeria by clicking on the link below:

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5 thoughts on “Review: Astoria Mills

  1. Hey there Tina, I’m pretty new to your blog and I LOVE it! I have never found so many food and book reviews all on one gf blog. a lot of these companies I haven’t even heard of before but they sound great! Thanks for keeping me “in the know”!

  2. yeah I agree with you. this is a good brand. I use it very frequently to make pizza dough crust and I am always very satisfied and even guests have remarked on how you couldn’t even tell that it was gluten-free, which I think is probably the best compliment a gluten-free company can get.

  3. Thanks for the recommendation. I really enjoy Bob’s Red Mill and Pamela’s mixes. I’ve been using them ever since I was diagnosed with celiac disease is 2008, and I am always satisfied. I would still like to give other brands a try though every now and then. Sometimes I’m really disappointed and other times I am very pleased.

  4. I was just directed to your review from the Astoria Mills website. I’m glad you liked it and I look forward to trying it myself. I’m really curious to try breading fish and chicken with one of their gluten free mixes. That’s really what I miss from my gluten days!

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