Going gluten free wasn’t terribly hard once I found some go-to recipes.
There are plenty of recipes for me to continue to enjoy pizza, pancakes, muffins, etc. made with gluten free flour.
The problem I have is not at all with the way the food tastes. The problem is where to put the million types of flour I must use to make the food!
Sweet rice flour, white rice flour, brown rice flour, tapioca flour, potato starch, xanthan gum…where does it end?!
And more importantly, where do I put all this stuff?
There were miscellaneous bags and containers everywhere!
I knew I could not leave things as they were, and I needed a quick, easy, and pretty solution!
I go through a canister of protein powder about once a month, so I started saving them several months ago.
This gave me uniform canisters for my huge assortment of ingredients. They are the perfect size too!
I still have more things in loose bags, so I will continue to save the canisters from my protein powder.
This was the perfect way for me to keep everything neatly organized and nice looking!
I apologize for the quality of the photos – it is very dark in my pantry. But hopefully you are able to tell well enough what you need to do to get all those ingredients organized!
I’ve also ordered a couple of wire vegetable bins to use in my pantry instead of unceremoniously throwing the bags of potatoes and onions in there. They haven’t arrived yet, but I’m excited about how much cuter that’s going to look than what I’ve got now.
And this one is perfect for storing all the non-food items like zip-top bags and plastic wrap:
Do you have any problem areas in your gluten free pantry? Do these look like solutions that would solve them?
Disclosure: I was provided with a gift card to Wayfair.com in exchange for this post.