Our cake flour is made of a specially selected, bleached wheat flour that is high in starch and contains 2g of protein, helping to craft a cloudlike cake that tastes great. When it comes to making light, fluffy, fabulous cake, it’s all in the flour! Whatever you’re craving, bake it best with our high ratio, low-protein cake flour!
Cake Flour Vs. All-Purpose Flour
It’s a piece of cake to bake a pretty cake, right? You’ve got your mixing bowl, spoon, eggs, sugar and some baking fat. Bust out a bag of flour and you’re ready to start baking! Now… Which flour is best to reach for? Will just any flour do?
Depending on what you’re baking, the flour can make all the difference. Of the many wheat flours out there, it’s the difference in protein content that gives a loaf of bread its hearty texture and a luscious layer cake its silkiness.
All purpose flour is, much like it sounds, a good all-around flour for making muffins, sweet breads or whipping up a batch of waffles. All-purpose flour may have 10-13% protein content and will, generally speaking, get the baking done. Goods baked with all-purpose flour should have a soft yet relatively dense and somewhat chewy texture.
Cake flour, by contrast, is a low protein flour that is ideal for baking, you guessed it, cake! Fluffy, smooth, melt-in-your- mouth cake! Protein wise, it should be the “weakest” flour on the shelf with less than 8% protein.
Made a very nice cake and doughnuts.Lynn, Mills, WY
I love the flourLowell, Eufaula, AL
Makes the best genoise!Elizabeth, Batavia, IL
Don't bake cakes often but since I was ordering, I got this for my coconut cake.Robert, Bealeton, VA
Wheat Flour Bleached, Niacin, Iron, Thiamine Mononitrate, Riboflavin, Folic Acid. Packaged in the same facility as peanuts, tree nuts, wheat, soy, and milk products.
Serving size 30g (~1.1 oz.)
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Store in a cool dry place. Refrigeration is not needed.
Country of origin: United States