Kitchen Aid Mixer
Two sets of quality measuring spoons
1 set for dry ingredients
1 set for wet ingredients
Dry Measuring cups
It is nice to have two sets on hand
Liquid Measuring Cups
2 Pie Pans,
1 regular size glass or ceramic
1 with 2 inch sides for quiches
8 or 9 inch square baking pan
8 or 9 inch round baking pan
1 loaf pan
6, 4 inch cake pans for sandwich rolls
Bread Machine with Gluten Free Bread Cycle - Cuisinart is what Mama’s uses
Measure gluten free flour by scooping or spooning flour into dry measuring cup. Gently tap the edges with rubber scraper add more flour if necessary, then make a clean scrape across the top of measuring cup to level.
Measure these ingredients in dry measuring cups. Fill to top cup and level off by making a clean scrape across top of measuring cup with rubber scraper.
Often people will eyeball these ingredients and by doing this could cause inaccuracies in measurements and cause recipes to fail.
Use liquid measuring cups (Pyrex)
Accuracy is important. Set the cup on level surface. Look at measurements at eye level. The liquid should line up directly with the line on the side of the measuring cup.
Before measuring these ingredients, first use the cup or spoon to measure the melted butter or oil or just spray with cooking spray and the sticky ingredients will slide right out.
Add 1-2 Tbsp. of Flaxseeds to baked goods. High in Omega 3’s and offers texture
Add 1-2 tsp. chia seeds to baked goods High in Omega 3’s ad B vitamins No one will know they are there and they do not change the taste of the baked good.
Add seeds to baked goods; chia, flax, pumpkin sunflower or sesame seeds. Not only do they add nutrition they add texture to baked goods.
Add Nuts to muffins, quick breads or cookies. Sprinkle on salads. Grind them up withcoffee grinder and use in your flour mixture for coating chicken.