If you’re trying to eat healthier, switching to whole grains is a great step. In many recipes, you can just swap the refined flour for whole wheat without any problems. In some recipes, the result may be too heavy. If that’s the case, try using whole wheat pastry flour instead.
I like using whole wheat flour for certain things. I’ve used it to make cornbread (just swap the white for wheat) and biscuits. Whole wheat homemade bread is delicious and will convince even white bread lovers to try whole grains. And I usually make whole wheat pancakes instead of white.
I can’t wait to see your recipes for whole wheat flour. Feel free to link as many recipes as you like. Be sure to link back to Eat at Home in your blog post. You can use the button below, if you like.