Low Carb Flour

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I am eagerly waiting for my most recent purchase... 15 lbs of low carb flour. I have stopped using the pre-made Low carb biscuit mix and am now making my own. ;-)
TheArmchairChef.com TINK'S LOW CARB BISCUIT MIX
A single batch of this fits nicely into a Rubbermaid 6 cup container. Keep it refrigerated.
Ingredients
4 cups Carbalose low carb flour 2/3 cup instant non fat dry milk 1 tsp salt 3 Tbsp double acting baking powder 1/2 cup good vegetable oil
Step by Step
1) Mix flour, milk, salt and baking powder together in blender or food processor. 2) Mix well, then blend in the oil. 3) Empty into covered container, and store in refrigerator until needed.
One batch yields about 5 cups of mix. Each cup of mix makes about six biscuits.To make biscuits: 1) Add 1/2 cup water to each 1 cup of mix. 2) Roll out dough 1/2 inch thick on lightly floured board, cut into biscuits and bake on a greased cookie sheet in a preheated 425 deg. oven for approx. 10 minutes.
Check out Carbalose Low Carb Flour and Carbquik Baking Mix. Click HERE.
Jeffrey used up the last of my home made baking mix to prepare sausage balls for dinner the other night. We had sausage balls (mine were made with turkey sausage, due to my allergies), saurkraut, and mashed potatoes. This was one of his favorite meals growing up. It was pretty good! I am campaigning for a *Brined Turkey* this year for Thanksgiving. So far, Jeffrey is resisting... I have some VERY big zip lock bags that I use for shipping my hand painted canvases that woudl be perfect! LOL I was lucky and inherited an antique blue graniteware turkey roaster. They are incredible. The lid keeps the turkey moist and wonderful! Tink *When I dream, I cook and bake like an artist!*

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