Isabel’s one-woman whirlwind of gluten-free creativity; Isabel’s product range are all naturally gluten, wheat and many also dairy free – without additives or added sugars – for all the family to enjoy. Established in 2005, Isabel’s gluten free product range provide coeliacs, and those catering for coeliacs with a tastier, more exciting & convenient choice.

Cassava flours are one of our main ingredients. It was actually Isabel’s experience with this ingredient and know-how for creating blends using cassava flours that inspired the Isabel’s range. The resulting dough has a versatile strength and elasticity, and it proves you don’t need wheat to make good dough.

Join our Cassava revolution! Start enjoying better flavour and texture – bring back the pleasure and fuss free meal times.

Isabel’s Wholemeal All-purpose Cassava flour is made from especially selected roots and expertly milled to produce the highest quality flour.

  • This Cassava flour can substitute 1:1 wheat flours in many recipes. Totally Free From cooking and baking– no wheat, gluten, grain, soya, rice or maize.
  • Healthier digestion – the Cassava pulp is high in fibre and the easy digestive nature of this vegetable root makes it great for sensitive digestive system.
  • Helping your body balance – Cassava is low GI. As a low-GI food, incorporating cassava in your diet can help improve physical endurance, because blood glucose levels are moderated instead of dropping when insulin is produced. Cassava has even been called a ‘weight loss wonder food’ due to its ability to decrease appetite and decrease fat storage in fat cells as part of a healthy diet.

Both coeliacs and non-coeliacs love our quality cupboard staples, which certainly makes life easier for the person doing the cooking! I’d love to hear from you, let us know your thoughts. Read more about Isabel’s from gluten free b


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What is Cassava Flour?

It comes from the cassava root vegetable, also known as tapioca, manioc or yucca. Cassava flour is popular worldwide, especially in South America. It's light, tasty and a great staple ingredient when cooking for the whole family, especially the elderly and young children.


  1. The root is low in protein, rich in calcium and vitamin C
  2. It's a low fat, low GI flour
  3. It releases its energy slowly, keeps you feeling fuller for longer and won't give you a sugar rush. Good news if you're diabetic, or trying to lose weight.


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