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    • Homemade Cake Flour

      filed under: Cakes on October 26, 2011

      Have you ever wondered how to make Homemade Cake Flour??? I am sharing all the PRO baker secrets!

      Homemade Cake Flour! from iambaker.net


      How to Make Homemade Cake Flour

      To make a large batch:


      6 cups all-purpose flour

      12 tablespoons of cornstarch

      1. Measure out 5 1/4 cups (656g) of all-purpose flour.
      2. Now add 12 tablespoons (3/4 cup) of cornstarch.
      3. Sift 5-6 times and store or use as needed. (Don’t skip the sifting!)

      You can use this is any recipe that calls for cake flour.

      Are you measuring your flour correctly?

      Try these tips to make sure that it’s perfect every time and that you don’t ever have a sunken cake again!

      1. Fluff up the flour with a fork or spoon.
      2. Use a spoon to add the flour into your dry-cup measure (the one that measures exactly a cup at the top)
      3. Scrape off the excess with the straight edge of a knife.


      Homemade Cake Flour! EASY and FAST and so much CHEAPER than store bought!

      Professional bakers know that using CAKE FLOUR creates a beautiful crumb and a perfectly perfect cake.

      See how I store my flour here… “How to Store Sugar“.  I used the exact same container and method for all of my flours!!

      How to Store Flour!

      4 from 1 vote
      Homemade Cake Flour! EASY and FAST and so much CHEAPER than store bought!
      Homemade Cake Flour
      Prep Time
      10 mins
      Total Time
      10 mins

      Have you ever wondered how to make Homemade Cake Flour??? I am sharing all the PRO baker secrets!

      Course: Dessert
      Cuisine: American
      Keyword: Homemade Cake Flour
      Servings: 1 cup
      Author: Amanda
      • 1 c flour
      • 2 tbsp. corn starch
      1. Measure out one cup of AP flour.
      2. Remove two tablespoons flour from the cup.
      3. Add in two tablespoons of cornstarch.
      4. Sift together.

      Try these other fabulous Homemade Recipes:

      Homemade Baking Spray (Pan Release)

      Homemade Cake Mix

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    • Oh dear that’s a dreadful video.

    • Looks like sh’e from Ireland…:-)

    • What Is it really males the cornstarch into the flour? Or the recipe?

    • Hi what flour did you mean is it plain flour of self raising flour

    • Going to try this and thanks. Have a Merry CH

    • Thank you!!
      I sift mine 5 times, it definitely makes a difference!!

    • Can you tel me how to make home made bread flour ? i had gone through your ultimate cookie guidlines & it was mentioned as bread flour so i went to chek to the baking store but couldnt find ????.

    • I think the video was AWESOME. 5 stars. Make more videos

    • Would you use the same measurements for Self raising cake flour? I have some recipes which call for that instead of all purpose.

    • Thank you for a simple way to make cake flour. Can’t wait to try it! Merry Christmas and many blessings!

    • Do you sift the 6 c of all purpose flour first before taking the 12T does this work in angel food cake from scratch?

    • It all sounds good to me . I’ll try the recipes

    • I had not idea this was even possible! Thank you so much for sharing. I am making my brother’s birthday cake this weekend, so this is perfect timing.

    • Do you have a recipe for brownies made with a can of heashys syrup ?

    • I love learning how to make your own at home. I really enjoy all the info.

    • Hello, i love your page, please send me a butter pound cake recipe

    • I enjoy watching your videos and love to cook and bake myself

    • Do u measure flour before or after sifting?
      Why should u add flour first and last?

    • Can I sift this using a stand mixer? Or do I have to put it through a sifter? Thank you😊

    • Thank you so much for sharing your recipes… More power to you….

    • Can i have a copy of recipes for cupcakes, cakes and deserts.

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