Clabber Girl

Here’s a website that might have flown under your radar. My friend Val introduced it to me a few years ago and I check it often.

Clabber Girl Baking Powder

At this point you’re either thinking “Thanks, Captain of the Obvious” or “Wow, why didn’t I notice this earlier?” which is what I was thinking when Val gave me the link. Along with recipes for cakes, pies and cookies, Clabber Girl also has a few other good collections

Kosher recipes from Marcy Goldman

There’s a No Sugar collection

A parade of interesting muffins

And finally, a long list of frosting recipes……because everyone knows the secret of good frosting is baking powder.

(Okay, so it’s not. But Clabber Girl was nice to compile the list)

I think I might make Congo Bars today. I’ve never had Congo Bars.

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Comments

  1. Sue says

    I’ve made the Congo Bar recipe from one of the Williams Sonoma recipe books and they are always a hit. I’ll bet you’re going to like these!

  2. says

    Stacie, I agree. Oh, and we love “Eclair Cake” too. It’s so unexpectedly delicious.

    Sue, thanks again for sending me the Williams Sonoma recipe. I’ll give it a try as well.

    Amy, I’m glad to hear that because all I had on hand was (shhhhhhhhhhh) Rumford. Don’t tell Clabbergirl!!!!!

  3. Michelle W. in Calif. says

    A friend sent me the Clabber Girl choc. chip cookie recipe during my whole Levain experimentation, and I don’t know if it was just my baking—-but they were terrible! (it’s the recipe on their website) Even my daughter, when I gave her one, took one bite, handed it back and said “No thank you…” !!! Maybe I should have made them in a pan cookie rather than drop….I don’t know. Just a word of caution!!!

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