Wednesday, December 30, 2015

Dry Mixes in a Jar... Cake Flour



Dry Mixes... these mixes are not for canning, but may be stored in canning jars.


Cake Flour

Found on NellsOldFashionRecipes

6 cups all-purpose flour 

12 tablespoons cornstarch 

Measure out the amount needed for your recipe. I always measure out 6 cups of all purpose flour. For every 1 cup of flour remove 2 Tbsp of flour. Now add 2 Tbsp of Cornstarch for every 1 cup of flour. (replacing the tablespoons of flour taken out). Sift 5-6 times and it’s ready-to-use cake flour.

2 comments:

  1. Thanks for sharing. I'm definitely giving this one a try. Especially given the price of cake four.

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  2. this I make all the time.
    I will make a large batch; divide into portions (about 2 cups per bag)and vacuum seal and store in the freezer; bringing to room temperature before using. Sure makes it handy when it comes to needing cake flour Plus much cheaper than store bought.

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