How I Organize Our Baking Canisters

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  1. Joyce says:

    Would you be willing to share some of your gluten free baking success recipes?

  2. Kellie Bell says:

    I also have gluten issues. About a year ago I discovered Cup 4 Cup, it’s an all-purpose gluten free flour. You can bake with it just like regular old flour. It’s soooo good!!

  3. Judy says:

    I ditto that question…please share some recipes!!

  4. Arell says:

    Great post! I really love those canisters and hope to get some soon. I have several different amounts of flour, depending on what I am baking. I love that one can write on them as well. Thanks for the great tip.

  5. Lori says:

    Hi.. Love your method to organize the pantry. Do you have any good ideas for storing brown sugar? I have been using glass containers with the clay brown sugar disc to keep it moist but lately it’s not working….hard sugar is the worst!
    Thanks! Love your blog!

    • Shayna says:

      Thank you so much, Lori! I know your struggle… A few years back Anthony’s grandma got me a plastic container that had a rubber seal on the lid. It works perfectly for brown sugar. Mine is always moist! I think she got it at either Ross, or TJMaxx. I hope that helps! 🙂

  6. cathy claus says:

    Wow! i’ve never seen such a variety of flours! yes yes! sharing some GF recipes would be great! Love your blog!

  7. Alason says:

    Thanks for sharing this! I also have a gluten sensitivity and have been gluten free for three years. I would love to see some of your favorite recipes!

  8. What a great idea of writing on the canisters with a chalk marker! I think I might try this with my spice containers.

  9. Jess says:

    Hello. I just found your blog today. When I saw all those glass canisters and types of flour I knew you had to be on a gluten free diet. Ditto! I found out about 4 years ago and there weren’t as many products out there as now. I am more of a cook than baker but I agree with the other commenters- if you have some good recipes that you like- please share them. I bought America’s test kitchen book- “How Can It Be Gluten Free” cookbook but haven’t had the nerve to try any of the recipes.
    I live in Westminster and work in Boulder. Maybe I will see you at the vintage market in Loveland.

  10. […] the past I’ve shared that I’m gluten intolerant, so our house is basically 100% gluten free besides the few “normal” things Anthony […]

  11. I am in love this canisters 🙂 Thanks for sharing.

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