Can you use self rising flour for cookies?


Self-rising flour can be used for cookies. When using this particular flour, omit the baking powder and salt from the cookie recipe.

Self-rising flour is flour that has a leavening agent already added. These agents are usually baking powder, salt and baking soda. Self rising flour makes the cookies and other baked goods tall and fluffy instead of flat and dense.

Homemade self-rising flour can be made by adding 1 1/4 teaspoons of baking powder and 1/4 teaspoon of salt to each cup of all-purpose flour. Self rising flour is normally used when baking biscuits, cakes, muffins, pastries and other similar recipes.

Q&A Related to "Can you use self rising flour for cookies?"
no self rising flour has the baking powder in it, the baking soda and corn starch and whatever else is called for when using all purpose flour.
Add half a tsp of baking powder.
Self rising flour has salt and baking powder already added. If you decide to use it instead of all purpose, omit the salt and baking powder that the recipes calls for.
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