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A Big Bag of Flour

Recently I received a big bag of White Whole Wheat flour from Gold Metal Flour. No, that is not an oximoron, it is white, whole wheat flour.

The flour was sent to me and some other moms so that we could test out this new product. They also want you to test it out but more on that later…

What is White Whole Wheat Flour?

White whole wheat flour has the look and texture of refined white flour but more of the fiber rich content of traditional whole wheat flour. This is achieved by using milled white wheat instead of red wheat (which has been traditionally used in the USA). White Wheat is nothing new and is very common in the UK.

This week I am going to incorporate the white whole wheat flour into my recipes.  Check back for a new recipe and my results.

Try White Whole Wheat Flour for free and get a gift.

Want to try this new health conscious flour for free? Simply go to our Creative Dish Facebook page and let us know what recipe you’ll be trying out with the flour. We will randomly select a winner from the comments and you’ll receive the prize pack. This contest is open until Nov. 2, 2011. General Mills, owner of Gold Metal Flour and My Blog Sparks are providing the prize pack which will be sent directly to the winner. Don’t forget to let us know your recipe results!

Learn & Bake: Read more about White Whole Wheat Flour and get some great recipe ideas at the Betty Crocker Website.

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