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Thank you for your existing orders, we're very sorry but some of these are taking longer than the 14 days we anticipated to deliver, please allow up to 21 working days.
During this time, we're unable to respond to individual enquiries regarding shipping or tracking. If you decide to cancel your order, refunds may take time to be processed.
There is an unprecedented demand for home baking flour across the UK and our team are working hard during this challenging time to mill and pack more flour.
We are sorry to cause any inconvenience and thank you for your support.
For the best cake baking results, it is worth investing in good quality ingredients, and take care to accurately weigh and measure.

Cake Baking

Do I need to sift cake flour before using?

No, it is not necessary although some recipes recommend doing so in case flour has settled whilst being stored and transported, or to remove any impurities.

What is the difference between plain and self raising flour?

Plain flour is for general baking and cooking. It can be white, brown or wholemeal.  It is an all-purpose flour so can be used for pastry, batters, pancakes, biscuits and thickening sauces. 

Self Raising flour can be white, brown or wholemeal flour, and has baking powder added.  Self Raising flour is used for baking where a cake needs to rise – for example in recipes for scones, muffins and cakes.

Cake Baking