One of the paths you will probably embark on going gluten free is the denial phase, the “I can find a flour mix that will behave like wheat”. Despite the thousands of claims out there it simply is not true. Modern wheat is so over-bred that it leaks gluten into the soil, being a wheat baker has never been easier.
Hopefully you are ready for the next path, which is discovering recipes which allow you to use gluten-free flours because there is no need for masses of glue. I will post recipes for gluten free choux pastry, I can even offer a decent bread recipe (which I don’t make any more, because I have moved past that need), tortilla (easy), pancakes (a cinch).
Here is a very simple and forgiving gluten free flour that I use for general purposes. If you don’t like making your own there are plenty of options to buy.
General Purpose Gluten Free Flour
You will need to mill these. I use my thermomix on high until I have a fine consistency. The glue I add for each recipe as needed, this could be an egg, or is often the miracle of the gluten free kitchen, Psyllium husk.