Flour is a pantry staple for good reason: It’s present in just about every baked good, sweet or savory. While all-purpose flour is the most popular choice, it’s really just one of many. There are countless other flours that have different textures and flavors — and they often have added nutrients as well.
When Greek yogurt became trendy a handful of years ago, I jumped on board quickly. It’s rich and creamy thickness immediately made my usual morning bowl of yogurt with fruit and granola a whole lot more interesting.