Friday, August 27, 2010

King Arthur Flour Whole Grain Baking Book Recipe Index (According to Flour Type)

I love the King Arthur Whole Grain Baking Book, but I got rather frustrated when I tried to find recipes using some oat flour I recently purchased. They don't have an index of recipes for the different types of flours. That would have been so practical! So I'm making up my own and putting it on here so I'll be able to find it ;-) I should note here that I'm only including the recipes that sound interesting to me. If a recipe stated that traditional whole wheat or white whole wheat flour could be used, I just listed it under the traditional whole wheat category. I've also indicated whether I liked the recipe if I've tried it.


Short list of grains/flours:
  • Barley
  • Buckwheat
  • Oats
  • Oat Flour
  • Spelt Flour
  • White Whole Wheat Flour
  • Whole Wheat Flour (Traditional)
  • Whole Wheat Pastry Flour

Barley Flour
  • Triple Ginger Pancakes, 11
  • Broonie, 52
  • Cream Cheese and Molasses Bread, 55
  • Classic Crunchy Chocolate Chip Cookies, 305
  • Multigrain Snickerdoodles, 308
  • Soft Barley-Sugar Cookies, 312
  • Pumpkin Cake, 424
  • Midnight Mocha Pie, 486
  • Asparagus and Scallion Quiche, 491
  • Barley Cakes, 562

Bread Flour
  • New England Nut Bread, 48
  • Chocolate Pound Cake, 387
  • Peanut Butter Cream Pie, 482
  • BLT (Bacon, Leek and Tomato) Quiche, 488
Buckwheat Flour
  • Buckwheat Pancakes, 13
  • Buckwheat Crepes, 15 
Oats
  • Homemade Whole Grain Pancakes, 4
  • Maple Granola, 25
  • Cinnamon-Nut Granola, 27
  • Gingered Oatmeal Muffins, 40
  • Sailor Jacks, 43(Yummy but intense!)
  • Broonie, 52
  • Cream Cheese and Molasses Bread, 55
  • Hibernian Brown Bread, 60
  • Banana Crunch Cake, 67 (Yummy!)
  • Oat and Currant Scones, 85 (Yummy--make them all the time!)
  • Eggnog-Oat Scones, 95 (OK, not really worth the trouble.)
  • Salted Cashew-Crunch Cookies, 307
  • Multigrain Snickerdoodles, 308
  • Chewy Oatmeal Cookies, 314
  • Crunchy Cinnamon-Oat Drops, 317
  • Nutty for Oats Cookies, 318 (Yummy! Adore them!)
  • All Oats, All the Time (Cookies), 319
  • Chewy Oatmeal Decorating Cookies, 331
  • Scottish Shortbread, 332
  • Cinnamon-Apple Bars with Peanut Butter Glaze, 345
  • Classic Date-Nut Bars, 357
  • Lemon-Oat Squares, 365
  • Classic Peach Pie, 479
  • Midnight Mocha Pie, 486
  • Roasted Corn Quiche, 493
Oat Flour
  • Banana-Oat Pancakes, 8
  • Hazelnut Waffles, 19
  • Gingered Oatmeal Muffins, 40
  • Sailor Jacks, 43
  • Lemon-Poppy Seed Bread, 49
  • Banana Crunch Cake, 66
  • Oat and Currant Scones, 85
  • Cinnamon-Filled Scones, 90
  • Eggnog-Oat Scones, 94
   Spelt Flour
  • Simple Spelt Pancakes, 2
  • Buckwheat Crepes, 15
  • Peanut Butter-Chocolate Chip Waffles, 17
  • Hazelnut Waffles, 19
  • Spelt-Cream Cheese Biscuits, 78 (Extra yummy!)
  • Soft Currant Drops, 316
  • Chocolate Crinkles, 328
  • Banana-Chocolate Chip Squares, 344
White Whole Wheat Flour
  • Homemade Whole Grain Pancakes, 4
  • Orange Cloud Pancakes, 7
  • Triple Ginger Pancakes, 11
  • Sour Cream Muffins, 33
  • Gingered Oatmeal Muffins, 40
  • Lemon-Poppy Seed Bread, 49
  • Eggnog-Oat Scones, 94
  • Fruitcake, 382
  • Easy Banana-Walnut Bread, 545
  • Banana-Chocolate Chip  Muffins, 546
Whole Wheat Flour (Traditional)
  • Sailor Jacks, 43
  • Moist Bran Muffins, 45
  • New England Nut Bread, 48
  • Maple-Walnut Bread, 191
  • Cream Cheese and Molasses Bread, 55
  • Hibernian Brown Bread, 60
  • Crumb Coffeecake, 65
  • Banana Crunch Cake, 66
  • Honey-Whole Wheat Biscuits, 74
  • Oat and Currant Scones, 85
  • Cinnamon-Filled Scones, 90 (Yummy but rather decadent--skip the filling!)
  • Chewy Chocolate Chip Cookies, 304
  • Classic Crunchy Chocolate Chip Cookies, 305
  • Multigrain Snickerdoodles, 308
  • Peanut Chews, 311
  • Chewy Oatmeal Cookies, 314
  • Iced Orange Cookies, 320
  • Sugar and Spice Drops, 325
  • Thin and Crisp Wheat Cookies, 329
  • Chewy Oatmeal Decorating Cookies, 331
  • Double-Fudge Brownies, 341
  • Cinnamon-Apple Bars with Peanut Butter Glaze, 345
  • Soft 'n' Chewy Date Squares, 347
  • Butter-Nut Blondies, 348
  • Lemon-Oat Squares, 365
  • Brown Sugar-Spice Cake, 377
  • Caramel Blitz Torte, 413
  • Fudge Pudding Cake, 416
  • Carrot Cake, 419
  • Honey Cake, 421
  • Chocolate Stout Cake, 422 (I thought this was only "alright," but some people loved it.)
  • Pumpkin Cake, 424
  • Gingerbread, 425
  • Chocolate Zucchini Cake, 426
  • Sweet Plum Cake, 428
  • Whole Wheat Pie Crust, 443
Whole Wheat Pastry Flour
  • Crumb Coffeecake, 65
  • Hazelnut-Espresso Coffeecake (calls for Frangelico), 72
  • Spelt-Cream Cheese Biscuits, 78
  • Classic Butter Cake, 368 (Yummy!)
  • Devil's Food Cake, 370 (Yummy!)
  • Coconut Cake, 373 (Quite good, but I don't like coconut in my cake.)
  • Lemon-Raspberry Cake, 375
  • Orange Cake, 379
  • Vanilla Pound Cake, 384
  • Chocolate Pound Cake, 387
  • Whole Wheat Genoise, 391
  • Toasted Almond-Mocha Cake (calls for Frangelico), 395
  • Black Forest Cake, 398
  • Strawberry Shortcake Torte, 401
  • Daffodil Cake, 404
  • Peach Melba Jelly Roll, 409
  • Citrus Surprise Cake, 411
  • Classic Peach Pie, 479
  • Peanut Butter Cream Pie, 482
  • BLT (Bacon, Leek, and Tomato) Quiche, 488

3 comments:

PJH said...

Wow, this is GREAT! Thanks for doing what I should have done at the time... I'm definitely printing this out and putting it in my book. You rock! PJ Hamel, King Arthur Flour baker/blogger/author

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Sonya123 said...

This is so cool! I saw your note about the Chocolate Stout Cake - it was a HUGE hit in our house - and was reminded about how awesome it is to have cookbooks like this one that are just so darn reliable, that when a recipe isn't a hit, you know it's not the recipe's fault, it just comes down to personal taste. I have learned a lot about which flavors my husband and I like and don't like, just from having such reliable recipes (I cook from this cookbook as well as America's Test Kitchen materials, mostly). I love that there is hardly a recipe I can't recommend - it just comes down to personal taste.