Corn free Baking Powder Recipe for People with Corn Allergies

Need a corn free baking powder recipe for people with corn allergies? This is a simple and easy corn free baking powder recipe that will work with corn free muffins, cookies, cakes, and bread.

Make this mixture ahead of time and save it in an airtight container in a cool dry place. This corn free baking powder should last for several months. This baking powder works perfectly in all kinds of recipes. Unlike a lot of other recipes for corn free baking powder, this one does not use tapioca flour. I find that tapioca flour clumps up too much.

Baking powder is used in bread recipes that don’t include an acidic ingredient in them to help the bread rise. Recipes that call for baking soda usually also have yogurt or buttermilk in them to neutralize the soda. If you don’t add something acidic to your baking soda recipe the end taste can be pretty bitter. This is why baking powder is often used in cookies and cakes and breads. So don’t just substitute your baking powder with baking soda to avoid using corn. Make this simple corn free baking powder recipe instead.

Corn free baking powder recipe:

Get a recipe for corn free baking powder that's not made with tapioca powder. | author: Daniel West

I make my own corn free baking powder from:

1 part baking soda
2 parts cream of tartar
2 parts arrowroot starch


Just measure out the desired amounts of each. Pour it into a deep bowl and with a wire whisk stir until all the powder has been combined evenly. Store in a jar to use as you wish in all your corn free baking. I like to recycle old jars with twist on lids. It works great. You can also buy corn free and aluminum free baking powder by Hain.

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