View Full Version : KA White Whole Wheat Flour ???
I want to use whole wheat flour in a muffin recipe and wondered how the results would be. I have only used this flour when making bread and did not know if it would work well in other uses. Any suggestions for substituing this for all purpose flour?
05-06-2004, 11:29 AM
I've used it in place of regular whole wheat flour. I would think you would need some AP flour, in combination with the white whole wheat, to get the right texture. This has just been my experience with baking. I make a lot of muffin recipes and frequently use a combo of AP and WW flour. I usually use a ratio of about 2/3 AP to WW flour.
Editing to add...I have made muffins with all WW pastry flour, but that has a lighter texture than regular WW flour.
05-06-2004, 01:29 PM
If you are going to substitute it for all-purpose flour, you might try doing it by weight instead of measurement (using 4oz/cup). I got this tip from someone on the board but I can't remember who. It has definitely improved the results I get with white whole wheat flour. Like Vicanddi suggested, you might also try using whole wheat pastry flour. I like the way that works in things like muffins better than the white whole wheat flour.
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