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Which Takes More Flour Cookies or Cake? Well, wonder no more! Today, we’re about to look at a few recipes and see.
As with every recipe, it’s best to have a measuring cup on hand to ensure accuracy. Let’s get started with our first recipe. Chocolate Chip Cookies:
1. Chocolate Chip Cookies
First up, we have our classic chocolate chip cookies. Two cups of flour yield about 42 cookies, which is about 3 inches in diameter.
One of the best things about this recipe is that it takes no time at all to whip up. It only takes about ten minutes of prep and then you can pop them in the oven while you take care of other kitchen duties. Always check your oven temperature with an oven thermometer to make sure your oven is at the right temperature, especially on a new range.
You will love this soft, gooey cookie and so will your kids!
2. Classic White Cake
For our cake, we’re going to be using a classic white recipe. This white cake is extremely moist and delicately flavored.
This cake recipe is very versatile, and I know you will love the fast and easy one-bowl method. The icing and decorating possibilities are endless. Great for birthdays and weddings.
3. Sugar Cookies
Finally, our last recipe is for sugar cookies. This cookie is so easy to make, and the dough can be prepared well ahead of time. It has a soft plump center with lightly crisped edges.
Sugar cookies are a classic cookie that is usually made around the holidays, especially at Christmas. They are great for gift giving!
You can decorate with natural colored sugar sprinkles for a festive-looking cookie. Your family will come back for more!
Conclusion of Which Takes More Flour Cookies or Cake?
As you can see, cookies require the least amount of flour, while cake requires the most. This means that overall, our cake took more flour than our cookies. Thanks for reading, and I hope you find this information helpful.
Try the above “Free” recipes and let me know what you think.
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