Living in lockdown gave parents a great opportunity to get their kids and teens into baking. It’s a good hobby to learn while staying at home. But what if you ran out of ingredients and the store shelves are empty? Don’t worry! We got recipes you can bake even if you’re missing one or two pantry staples. You can also learn about ingredient substitutions in the link below.
No flour? No problem! You can still have your cake and eat it too!
Here are some no-flour recipes you can make to satisfy your cravings.
Strawberry Cookies and Cream Cheesecake Bars
Indulge your sweet tooth with our Strawberry Cookies and Cream Cheesecake Bars. You can whip these up in 30 minutes and are great for spontaneous cravings or special occasions. Make sure you keep a few in the refrigerator for those midnight raids.
Try this easy to make coconut cheesecake made with super creamy cookie crumbs and toasted coconut flakes.
Here’s a simple and healthy recipe for macaroon lovers! Made from desiccated coconut and mashed bananas, this fruity take on a classic is full of vitamins and nutrients. Plus it’s low in carbs and gluten free.
Coconut Chocolate Truffles
This effortless recipe is made with coconut cream is rich with dark chocolate coated with desiccated coconut – a perfect holiday gift for family and friends.
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Banana Bread Loaf
You simply can’t go wrong with Banana Bread Loaf! Just mix all your ingredients in a bowl, and you don’t even need a fancy mixer. The secret is using overripe bananas. Add chocolate chips, raisins, and nuts to make it even more special.
Brownie Layered Cake
Our super moist Brownie Layered Cake is great for birthdays and special occasions! It’s a sure way to satisfy your family’s brownie cravings.
Thinkheart Whole Wheat Carrot Cake
This is a classic carrot cake made healthier with whole wheat! It’s totally guilt-free, and you can take it up a notch by adding in nuts, raisins, or coconut.
Walnut Raisin Cream Cheese Banana Muffins
These phenomenal Banana Muffins are topped with walnuts, raisins, and cream cheese!
Sacher Torte is a classic chocolate cake with orange marmalade. It’s a famous secret recipe invented by pastry chef Franz Sacher for Prince Metternich in Vienna, Austria in 1832.
No butter? We got you covered!
Chewy Chocolate Peanut Butter Cookies
Our Chewy Chocolate Peanut Butter Cookies use peanut butter instead of dairy butter. It’s a kid friendly recipe so you can involve your kids in the baking process.
Chocolate Bundt Cake With Peanut Butter Lava
This Bundt Cake is delish! It’s just oozing with peanut butter lava in the center and drizzled with chocolate syrup for good measure.
Pineapple Banana Bundt Cake
Bring out the flavors of the tropics with this Pineapple Banana Bundt cake garnished with glaze and chopped roasted nuts!
Don’t limit your baking when your stock runs low. Just check out our list of ingredient substitutions: https://newgenbaker.com/the-art-of-substitutes/
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