|Cookies can be made from wheat flour.|
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Rice flour made my cookies too crumbly. One whole wheat flour made my rolls into hockey pucks. And flour made from beans, well, tasted like beans. I love beans, but not bean-flavored bread. It was just plain weird.
Over the past several months I've given the Wheat Montana Hard White Spring a good work out. Pie crusts. Oatmeal molasses cookies. Chocolate chip cookies. Chocolate birthday cake. Lemon bars. Honey wheat rolls.
I did mention I love to bake, right?
Every recipe made with this flour turned out great. Here are a few details straight from the company's website:
- Wheat Montana is family owned and operated.
- The flour is Certified Chemical Free and Certified Organic.
- The flour is milled at a low 94 degrees to maintain the nutrient value of the wheat.
Do you have a flour or baking ingredient that you can't live without? Tell me about it. I'm always up for trying a new product. It gives me an excuse to spend a little more time in the kitchen!
Until Next Time,