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As we spend more time indoors, it feels like people are baking everything from grandma’s chocolate chip cookies to artisan bread—which has inevitably lead to a flour (and yeast) shortage in many grocery stores. Unless you’re a self-proclaimed baker who stocked up on flour before the pandemic hit, then you might be having some difficulties in your quest for homemade baked goods, especially if you don’t want to constantly go to the grocery store in search of some.
In my search to order flour online, I’ve found that most of it is obscure flour alternatives like almond flour, coconut flour, oat flour, and cassava (??) flour. But if you’re looking for good old all-purpose flour for baking cookies, making bread, or just breading chicken, you can still get some delivered straight to your door.
I’ve stalked the internet to find the places where you can actually order flour like Amazon, Bob’s Red Mill, and Nuts.com, and we’ll continue to update this list as items go in and out of stock. Although some of the flours included in this list are gluten-free, it could be a chance for some experimentation if you can’t get ahold of glutinous flour. The popular Cup 4 Cup Gluten Free Flour Blend is a fantastic gluten free flour people (including some of our editors) swear by, and is available at Target right now. If you’re still having trouble finding flour, you could always contact your local flour mill to see if they’re selling any.
Where to buy flour online
Bob’s Red Mill
Prices were accurate at the time this article was published but may change over time.
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