Butter powder is a versatile ingredient that can be used in a variety of recipes. It's organic, gluten-free, and dairy-free, making it the perfect choice for people with dietary restrictions.
Here are some delicious recipes you didn't know you could make with organic butter powder.
Who doesn't love a good stack of pancakes? You can whip up a batch with organic butter powder in no time. Simply mix organic butter powder with all-purpose flour, baking powder, and your favorite sweeteners.
Have you ever considered getting vending machines for your business? Whether you own a store, restaurant, hotel, manufacturing plant, or any other type of business, as long you have a physical location, it's likely a good idea. Vending machines make money without requiring much human assistance, and the company that owns them will handle the little work needed.
The biggest reason to consider getting vending machines for your business is to collect additional revenue.
If you're looking for one type of dessert that will please special event guests of all ages, you can't go wrong with frozen custard. Cold, smooth and creamy, frozen custard can easily be customized by each party-goer to reflect their specific tastes.
You can either buy the frozen custard pre-made in packages, or for large events, in mixes. Frozen custard mixes are ideal if you have a soft serve machine, and have to feed a big crowd.
Baking gluten-free sourdough bread comes with some unique challenges. With no gluten in the loaf, it can be a bit harder to get an enjoyable texture. It may also be harder to get your yeast to ferment at a reasonable rate. Thankfully, making delicious, gluten-free sourdough is possible. You'll probably just need to practice a little — and also follow the tips below.
1. Use a kit
Creating your own sourdough starter from scratch is difficult and time-consuming, especially when working with gluten-free flour.
If you cannot eat foods containing gluten, you may start to feel a bit limited as to what you can eat. So many foods are made with wheat and wheat flour! Thankfully, cornmeal is a cereal grain product that does not contain gluten. Some cornmeal is processed on machines that also process wheat, meaning that it may contain traces of gluten. But if you purchase cornmeal that is specifically labeled as "