Gluten free batter mix

Batter Mix 125g

Making your own batter is a cinch. Just add water or gluten free beer! This satisfyingly light batter coating is perfect for fish, chicken, vegetables or even fruit.

Other Uses:  Can be used as an all-purpose flour.





Ingredients: Brown rice flour, Cassava starch, Potato flour, disodium diphosphate, sodium bicarbonate, salt. Allergy advice: See ingredients in bold Nutritional Information:

Typical Values per 100g
Energy 1550.8kj
Energy 365.1kcal
Fat 0.7g
of which saturates 0.0g
Carbohydrate 85.5g
of which sugars 0.5g
Protein 4.2g
Fibre 0.7g
Salt 1.3g

Most Recent Review

  1. The batter mix is brilliant! Gluten free chicken dippers for my five year old – he loves them.

    5 out of 5

  2. The batter mix is fantastic. Battered chicken, battered fish. My family just love it………..wish the shops would stock it. Hey ho……time for another online order! Thanks Isabel

    5 out of 5

  3. Gluten free products are so hard to find, the more products a supermarket stocks the more I will spend there as I have a very restricted diet and can only eat certain GF foods, I would eat a lot more than I do if i could purchase in store as I am reluctant to buy online from their own websites. Please, please stock Isabel’s products.

    5 out of 5

  4. Isabel’s Gluten free batter mix means my son can eat fish “like what you buy in the fish n chip shop!” It’s dairy free & wheat free ideal and means he doesn’t miss out anymore. Thank you Isabel’s!

    5 out of 5

  5. The batter mix is superb and it it so great to eat fish and chips and pineapple fritters again. Bliss.

    5 out of 5

  6. I used this yesterday to make battered chicken kievs. I didn’t make a batter out of the flour, I just dipped in egg then flour. I used very little oil to shallow fry the kievs. The batter stayed crispy, was not clogged up and just was delicious – better than a lot of ‘normal’ batter I have had in the past. I made about 8 kievs and each one was double dipped and there was still lots ofleft over flour, so it went a really long way. I will be stocking up on this, really worth it.

    5 out of 5

  7. Absolutely fantastic batter mix. My husband (non-coeliac) prefers it to ‘proper’ batter. Haddock and chips once a week now – yummy!

    5 out of 5

  8. Battered cod made with your batter mix and chips for tonight’s dinner absolutely the best I’ve tasted. Even my 3yr old Grandson said it was scrummy

    5 out of 5

  9. AbFab – a definite Must Have!

    5 out of 5

  10. excellent fish & chips made with GF beer

    5 out of 5

  11. 5 stars!!!

    Used tonight to make salt and pepper tofu, really easy and such an authentic result, excellent.

    Only downside, why have liquid measurements in grams and not millilitres?

    5 out of 5

    • Dear Jim,
      Thanks very much for your feedback, much appreciated. Really glad that you have enjoyed our Batter Mix.
      The reason I set the measurements in grams and not in millilitres is because gluten free baking and cooking require precision for success. Measuring the liquids requested in the recipes in grams will guarantee that you’ll get the right results time after time. I think it also helps those with little or no experience in baking or cooking gluten free. I hope this information helps. With regards, Isabel

  12. You really do only miss something when it’s gone…!

    So, when my local Morrisons in Brecon stopped stocking Isabel’s Batter Mix I tried everything to recreate it but failed miserably ending up normally with some momentous sticky messes.

    Morrisons replaced Isabel’s with their own, but as with many other ‘ready mixes’ this is one of those that needs all sorts of other ingredients that you may not have in your cupboard.

    The only extra ingredient you need with Isabel’s Batter Mix is water ….and it works every time. Occasionally I do add dried chillies, paprika, turmeric, garam masala depending on what I am using it for; pakoras, onion bhaji, potato fritters, onion rings, tofu ….and every time it just works, and it works perfectly, it is truly the best and easiest Gluten Free batter mix I have every used…

    …. haven’t tried mars bars yet though!

    Looking forward to try some of the alternative recipes too, Focaccia and all.

    Wonderful products, well done Isabel.

    5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

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You'll Need

  • 125g of mix
  • Enough cold water (or gluten free beer) to make a thick batter


  1. Pre-heat the oil for frying
  2. Add the water or gluten-free beer to the mix to form a smooth, thick batter.
  3. There’s no need to leave the batter to stand, so dip your pieces of fish, chicken or veg into the batter.
  4. Shake off the excess then place each piece into the hot oil. Fry until golden and cooked through (cooking time may vary depending on size).
  5. Place the fried items on a piece of kitchen roll. If you need to, you can keep them warm in a pre-heated oven.

Hints & Tips

  • For an even lighter, tastier batter, add gluten free beer to the mix instead of water.
  • You can treat this batter like an all-purpose flour. It’s ideal for making very light dairy free sponge cakes.
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