What Can You Make with Flour?

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A regular pantry staple, the humble bag of flour can open up worlds of great baked goods.

What Can You Make with Flour?

There is virtually no end to the things that you can make with flour. It often boils down to:

Will you take a few extra minutes and make this from scratch instead of buying the expensive, processed, premade item?

Homebaking doesn’t need to be complicated. There are lots of ways to make it easy to do:

1. Make Your Own Baking Mixes

2. Weigh Your Flour

3. Grab the Baking for the Freezer Cheat sheet.

What Can You Make with Flour?

Photo Source: The Finer Things in Life

Consider these delicious possibilities from around the web:

Caramel-Pecan Cinnamon Rolls from The Finer Things in Life
Double Decker Chocolate Chip Cookie Cake from Mom’s Toolbox
Homemade Waffles — without Butter from Balancing Beauty and Bedlam
English Muffins from The Happy Housewife
Gluten-Free Cinnamon Rolls from The Gluten-Free Homemaker
Brownie Mix from Lynn’s Kitchen Adventures
Gramma John’s Pie Crust from Life as MOM

But that’s not all – come back tomorrow for more flour baking inspiration!

What’s the biggest challenge to you to bake from scratch? Time? Equipment? Recipes? Know how?

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  1. Mona says

    What’s even better is if you have a bread machine to mix the dough for you! I am not a baker by any means but using my bread maker to mix I am able to make delicious homemade bread, cinnamon rolls, hamburger buns, etc. Love it!

  2. Kelli says

    The post says “come back tomorrow for more flour baking inspiration!” That was years ago and I am interested in that article, but can’t find it. Maybe post a link?

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