Cake Flour

I like to use the ingredients that a recipe actually calls for (novel idea, right?) but sometimes to buy those ingredients at the store makes a recipe cost-prohibitive. Enter cake flour. Regardless of the fact that I didn’t use to know that cake flour even existed, I didn’t want to spend the money to buy yet another specialty flour. How to solve the problem? Make it myself! And with regular pantry staples to boot. Win.

~ Theresa

What you need:

cake flour

Ingredients

  • 1 c. all-purpose flour measured, then remove 2 T. (then equal to 1 7/8 c.)
  • 2 T. cornstarch

Equipment

  •  sifter

Time: 5 minutes

Freezeable: I suppose, but I usually just make as much cake flour as I need for the recipe I’m making

Serves: Makes 1 c. cake flour

Multiplying the recipe: Yes, multiply by however many cups of cake flour you need for your recipe.

Cake Flour:

Combine flour and cornstarch. Sift 5 times. Done!

cake flour

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