Flour is in cookies to add mass and also the yeast in the flour turns into gluten which rises.
About one teaspoon of baking powder to 1 cup of all purpose flour
You can use all purpose, gluten free baking flour to make many baked goods, including cookies. Use a recipe that calls for that specific brand of all purpose gluten free baking flour so that they turn out as good as possible.
Yes. Just be sure to omit the baking soda, baking powder, and/or salt.
Plain flour most likely is AP flour and I say yes at any rate.
Self-raising flour is just all-purpose flour with baking soda and salt in it. Just add the right amount of both and you're fine.
I'm not sure what you mean by "plain flour", all purpose is as plain as it gets. You can use up to one fourth whole wheat flour in most recipes.
When Maddy was baking cookies, she used flour.
No. Self rising flour has baking soda and baking powder in as where All Purpose does not.
all purpose flour does not have baking powder in it.