Most of the baking recipes will include baking powder as one of the ingredients.
It is easy to find this product in any grocery store, but here are a few reasons to make your own:
- Aluminum-free. It doesn't contain sodium aluminum sulfate, like most store-bought baking powders.
- Gluten-free. Just make sure that the package says your corn starch was produced in a gluten-free facility. Using arrowroot starch will help to avoid all forms of gluten.
- Free of GMOs. As long as you use GMO-Free cornstarch.
Here's how to make your own in less than a minute.
- 25 g of Baking Soda
- 15g of Citric Acid
- 60g of Organic Corn Starch
Mix the baking soda, Citric Acid, and Corn Starch until well combined.
Store in an air-tight container.