You are aware of various flour mixes such as Bisquick. Of course, there is also Gluten-Free Bisquick Mix. I use enough GF Bisquick mix each month to find it more economical for me to use a treasured GF Bisquick mix recipe I found online many years ago. In fact, I have several Bisquick recipe cookbooks that use this GF Bisquick mixture perfectly in recipes.
One of my most delicious recipes is my GF mini-donuts I make from a Betty Crocker Gluten-Free Baking cookbook that has Bisquick as an ingredient. As I want to be considerate of my low carb friends and family and invite them for coffee and donuts, I desire to use almond flour. Almond flour has less carbs since it is made from powdered almonds.
Being a person preferring to utilize the conveniences of mixes, such as my GF Bisquick Mix, I came across an Almond Flour Mix (naturally GF). My purpose for an Almond Flour mix is to replace my GF Bisquick mix. In order to do this: For every 1 cup of Bisquick in your current recipe, substitute a mix of 3/4 cup of almond flour, 1-1/2 teaspoon baking powder, 1/4 teaspoon salt, and 1 tablespoon of fat. This combination can be used in a 1:1 ratio.
A couple of reminders about the using Almond Flour: 1) should be measured loosely; not pack down; (2) bakes faster than regular flour, so lower your oven’s cooking temperature by 25 degrees; and (3) reduce the recipes cooking time by 25%.
I’ll let you know my progress on using this Almond Flour Mix and what tweaking was necessary. Wish me luck!