Pretty much everybody has picked up a baking habit lately (what else are you supposed to do when you’re locked up inside 24/7?), it’s really no surprise that flour is a hot commodity. At this point, it’s nearly impossible to get your hands on a bag—even the healthier kinds. What’s a girl to do when she wants—no, needs—a big batch of chocolate chip cookies? Fortunately, there are still plenty of healthy baking mixes available online.
Even though you won’t be able to bake from scratch until flour is readily available again, you can still pretend you’re competing in an episode of the Great British Bake Off with a little help from the boxed stuff. The only question that remains is which of these healthy baking mixes you’re going to try out first?
No flour? No problem, with these 8 healthy baking mixes
1. Lakanto Sugar-Free Cookie Mix, $11
Instead of using refined sugar, this cookie mix is sweetened with monk fruit. It’s also gluten-free, keto-friendly, and dairy-free.
The next time you want to make a batch of blondies, use this low-carb baking mix that contains no added sugar.
You can never go wrong with chocolate chip cookies. This mix creates soft, chewy treats that are nut-free and gluten-free.
Wake up to a stack of pancakes using this almond flour mix. It only contains a handful of ingredients, and it’s sweetened with better-for-you coconut sugar.
Traditional brownies get a seriously healthy upgrade in this mix that uses organic cocoa powder and stevia. You can also make them vegan by using a flax egg.
When you’re in the mood for classic vanilla cake, reach for this organic mix. Made with healthy ingredients, it has that junk food taste, minus the junk.
Making cornbread is a cinch with this mix. In just minutes, you’ll be left with a batch that’s fluffy, moist, and perfectly golden brown.
Who doesn’t love donuts? These taste like they’re fresh from the bakery, except they contain no added sugar, are low-carb, and are keto-friendly.
There’s no flour needed in this black bean brownies recipe: