Certainly, white all purpose flour will work in muffins. Although they might turn out to be cupcakes, rather than muffins.
Yes you can. Unbleached flour is usually the same as all-purpose flour.
Rye flour has a very distinctive flavor and less gluten than wheat flour (all-purpose flour). So it is not advisable to substitute it for all-purpose. Even when making good rye breads you do not use 100% rye flour.
All purpose flour.
Yes you can. For every cup of Rice Flour, substitute 1 1/8 cup of All Purpose flour. Best of luck!
In general, yes.
yes enriched flour can be substituted for all purpose flour in a cake
it's the same plain flour is all purpose flour.
Flour is the main ingredient in muffins.
Flour, all-purpose (plain)substitute: Whole-wheat flour for half of the called-for all-purpose flour in baked goods Note: Whole-wheat pastry flour is less dense and works well in softer products like cakes and muffins. I,ve also heard of almond flour- something to look in to. Go to your local whole foods market, you can always find healthy stuff there
All-purpose flour can be used as a substitute for cornstarch.
Cake flour, but be sure your recipe will work with cake flour, rather than all purpose flour.
no it cant they aint the same thing
Generally you can, yes.
I used oat flour when making cookies. Tasted just fine and everyone loved them. In fact they didn't notice any difference!
Yes. To substitute plain flour for cake flour, use 1 Tablespoon LESS all-purpose flour in each cup of cake flour called for in the recipe.
Definitely not. All purpose flour is also called plain flour, If you are planning to substitute self raising flour for plain flour, put a teaspoon of baking powder in it as well. DONT substitute plain flour for self raising flour
Yes, if you don't have one you may substitute the other. Pastry flour is finer than all purpose flour.
Whole wheat flour could be substituted, but the resulting zucchini-oat bread would be much more dense and heavy than when made with all-purpose flour.