Safe steps in food handling, cooking, and storage are essential in preventing foodborne illness. You can’t see, smell, or taste harmful bacteria that may cause illness. Reference the following materials provided by the Home Baking Association and members so you can have a safe and enjoyable experience in the kitchen.
Question: Can I Make Flour Safe to Eat in My Home Oven?
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Check out this informative article: Home kitchen heat-treated flour doesn’t protect against foodborne illnesses, Purdue food scientist says
Check out this informative Quality Baking Temperatures video, and special educator offer from ThermoWorks!
Available in the HBA Shopping cart, Guide Card: Baking Temperature Substitution $8.00 pack of 25 cards. – Also available, Ingredient Substitution cards, Measurement Guide cards, Baking Food Safety posters.
Did You Know? Resources
North American Milling Association has created a suite of materials perfect for educating others about Flour Food Safety. Please view the video, as well as their handy safety poster available in three languages.
Did You Know? Posters
Partnership for Food Safety Education
Hot Chocolate Cookies
Enjoy these other delicious recipes with easy food safety instructions!
- Healthy Creamy Italian Chicken Skillet
- Hawaiian BBQ Chicken Sheet Pan Dinner
- Rosemary Roasted Sweet Potatoes and Brussels Sprouts
- Slow Cooker Mexican Lasagna with Barbacoa
- Spinach and Orzo Salad
- Recipes and Southern Side Dishes from Previous Years
Don’t Forget to Wash Your Hands!
Tie back long hair, remove jewelry
Wash hands with warm water and soap
Wear a clean apron…clothes carry dirt and germs from where you’ve been
Wash counters, assemble ingredients and tools needed for recipe
Re-wash hands before beginning to measure, mix or portion products
Wipe flour and batter from stand or hand-held mixers, counters
Scrape mixing tools and bowl of excess batter, discard and load dishwasher
Wash hands before packaging baked and cooled products in food-safe packaging