These Are the 4 Healthiest Flours to Bake With, According to a Dietitian
Baby, it's cold outside. But who cares? Because we're turning on our ovens and baking! If the temperatures dropping and warm holiday feelings inspire you to whip up Grandma's famous recipes, with a little bit of tweaking, you can savor the delicious flavors in a healthy way.
Aside from using flax eggs instead of eggs to cut down on saturated fat and increase the omega-3s, and using mashed banana to cut down on white sugar, you can also swap out the all-purpose flour in your recipes. Registered dietitian Gena Hamshaw of The Full Helping shared her insights on the healthiest types of flour you should use for baking.