Homemade Rice Flour

Rice flour has a mild taste and is easy to digest. It’s one of the foundation ingredients in healthy baking, but it’s something you might not have in your pantry. Specialty flours can get expensive, so consider making your own rice flour. Not only will this save money, but you can also start trying out healthier versions of your favorite baked desserts. It’s easy and economical to make your own rice flour. Just add raw uncooked rice to the nutribullet and extract until you get the desired flour consistency. The finer the grain, the better it’ll work in baked goods. Rice flour has a light and airy texture. It may take some experimentation when substituting rice flour for wheat flour so you may wish to start by following a pre-approved recipe. Besides baking, you can also use it to thicken soups or sauces. It makes a wonderful “bread crumb” style coating on meats as well.


  • 2 cup Brown Rice, uncooked



Add the rice into your Tall Cup and blend in 40-second increments until it reaches the desired, flour-like consistency.


Store in an airtight container.

Nutritional information

Recipe: Homemade Rice Flour

Serving in this recipe: 2

Calories: 690
Total Fat: 6 g 7.8%
Saturated Fat: 1.5 g 5.1%
Cholesterol: 0 mg 0%
Sodium: 7.6 mg 0.3%
Total Carbs: 144 g 48.2%
Dietary Fiber: 6 g 25.8%
Sugar: 3 g  
Protein: 14 g 28.5%
Vitamin A: 0% Vitamin C: 0%
Calcium: 6.3% Iron: 19%

* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.

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