The very best self rising flour recipes

I found self rising flour years ago and have never looked back. I basically use it in every single baked good I make with the exception of our sandwich bread that I make in our bread maker. But, every dessert, biscuit, or sweet bread I make is now made with self rising flour because it’s just so easy and practical. Behold, the very best self rising flour recipes.

What is self rising flour:

Flour that has a leavening agent already added 

To make your own self rising flour:

2 cups flour: add 1 tbsp. baking powder and 1 tsp. salt.

3 cups flour: add 1 1/2 tbsp. baking powder and 1 1/2 tsp. salt.

4 cups flour: add 2 tbsp. baking powder and 2 tsp. salt.

The very best self rising flour recipes

Now that we’ve gotten the basics out of the way, it’s time to introduce you to our very favorite {and slightly famous} self rising flour recipes.

Banana Bread with self rising flour

This is far and away our most requested recipe here on Rave & Review. We’ve had people return months after they try the bread to come back and thank us for their new favorite family recipe. It’s *that* good, trust me. 

Banana Bread recipe

Berry Shortcake with self rising flour

Looking for the perfect spring and summer dessert for all your fresh berries? This shortcake with self rising flour is one of the easiest recipes ever to make, but you certainly wouldn’t guess it by how delicious it tastes. shortcake with strawberries and blueberries

Cinnamon Applesauce Bread with self rising flour

We love how light and fluffy this applesauce bread is with self rising flour. Lots of cinnamon and sweet applesauce give this bread the perfect amount of sweet and spice. Applesauce bread 4 with self-rising flour

Berry Pie with 3 ingredient self rising flour crust

This is the best 3 ingredient pie crust you will ever find. Perfect for summer berry pies or any fruit pies you can think of. I recommend a mixed berry pie that is tart and sweet. 

Self Rising Flour Pie crust

Enjoy and have fun playing around with self rising flour!

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