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    • Self-Rising Flour

      1 cup all purpose flour
      1 1/2 teaspoons baking powder
      1/2 teaspoon salt
      Combine. Makes 1 cup.
      Comments 7 Comments
      1. bleedingace's Avatar
        this works well. Thanks budget101 for posting!!! I don't know what i would do with out you.
      1. ReneeH's Avatar
        I like this and it is so easy..thanks
      1. heidim's Avatar
        I use this for all my baking that requires self rising flour. I never buy the varied different flour types only all purpose and then any specialty flours I may want (like spelt, or other grains, though, after Christmas when I hope to get my mill, I won't be buying those flours either, but the grains themselves) This recipe works so well, I don't know why anyone would fuss with the differences.
      1. KimKemp's Avatar
        Looks very easy -- I plan to try this with the 2 ingredient bread recipe!
      1. KimKemp's Avatar
        I plan on trying this today in the 2-ingredient bread recipe -- I love homemade bread and never thought I could make it without a bread machine. Thank you for the great, very easy recipes!
      1. MariV's Avatar
        Thank you!! I have never gotten the difference with these to be honest (plain flour, self rising flour) as I use soda / baking powder anyway...Next my stupid question, does this work with whole grain flour too? Have anyone noticed any difference when baking with wheat (plain) and whole grain flour when it comes to the effect of baking powder/soda?
      1. MrsHaggerty's Avatar
        Super easy! Thank you for posting this!

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