16 01, 2023

Problems and Solutions for High-protein Cookies

Commercial bakers are adding protein. Lots of it. To everything. The high-protein trend is taking off in the baking industry, with consumers looking for added value and nutrition to their food. Baking with extra protein does present its fair share of challenges, but there are a growing number of innovative solutions to help make [...]

2 04, 2019

Chemically-leavened Frozen Goods

Chemically-leavened Frozen Goods What are Chemically-leavened Frozen Goods? Chemically-leavened frozen goods are intermediate bakery products that instead of being baked after mixing and forming, undergo freezing or blast freezing. This is to extend their shelf-life and provide stability to key functional ingredients, allowing them to be shipped to distant markets. They encompass [...]

11 11, 2015

Cookie Flour

Cookie Flour What is Cookie Flour? Cookie flour is a soft, finely-milled low gluten wheat flour. It is used mainly in making cookies, pie crust and other tender-texture baked goods. The protein content of this flour is typically between 8 and 10% It’s slightly lower than that of all purpose flour (11%) And higher [...]

4 06, 2015

Palm Oil

Palm oil is used in baking as an ingredient lubricant, emulsifier, flavor additive, and to impart moisture. Palm Oil What is Palm Oil? Palm oil is the oil extracted from the mesocarp of the fruit of oil palms. It is also called red palm oil because of its high content [...]

5 08, 2014


Biscuits What are Biscuits? American biscuits are small quick bread rounds that can be either cakey and dense, or flaky and light. Traditionally, biscuits have been chemically leavened with baking soda or baking powder. Biscuit doughs are described as: Short Undeveloped Lacking extensibility; thus, their unique texture and inability to retain leavening [...]


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