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What You Can Do With Shipton Mill Flour


It doesn’t seem like long ago that all the flour shelves at the supermarket were empty. Still can’t believe that, and don’t get me started about the scarce of toilet paper… Anyway, during those strange flourless months when everyone had the baking bug (me included!), I found myself searching online for any flour I could find. It was then that I came across Shipton Mill flour at Springvale Foods.

Springvale Foods is a family-run fine food wholesaler, who are dedicated to sourcing artisan foods from national and international brands. As a wholesaler, Springvale Foods tend to sell most of their stock to independent food shops, garden centres, delicatessens – you name it. However, you can also stock up on all your favourites by bulk buying with them, which is something I’m particularly fond of doing.

Why Shipton Mill?


I think that it’s more important than ever to support local brands that are passionate about what they do and, of course, create a fantastic product. Shipton Mill makes a variety of organic speciality flours, using only the best ingredients. So, not only does the team at Shipton Mill create high-quality flours but also care about the environment.

What you can do with Shipton Mill flour?


Anything and everything – cakes, loaves, pastries… Their wide selection of organic flour will allow you to experiment and create wonderful savoury and sweet treats. Don’t just take my word for it! Lilla Flicka Bakery, a “floating” bakery, shared on a Guardian article how they use British Shipton Mill for their bread, which they sell outside their narrowboat, which is highly popular with their customers. DIY Daddy Blog also recommended Shipton Mill flour to make a “cracking loaf”, and I couldn’t agree more.


My favourite Shipton Mill flours

If you haven’t tried any of the Shipton Mill flours, what are you waiting for? You might not know which one to go for or you might want a friendly recommendation – I’ve got you. I’ve put together some of my favourite flours from Shipton Mill but this doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t try others! Experiment with a few and discover which one works best for your cakes and loaves.

Shipton Mill Organic Traditional White Flour



This organic white flour is extremely versatile and can be used to make a variety of lovely breads. If you want to make bread for the first time, Boo Roo and Tigger Too shared an easy bread recipe that will help you create a wonderful loaf!

Shipton Mill Organic Stoneground Wholemeal



Make delicious wholemeal breads with this organic stoneground wholemeal flour. It can also be used in a bread maker. For a lighter texture, it is advised to blend it with white bread flour. As this article on Let’s Fix It mentions, “Homemade bread is tastier, cheaper and healthier than store-bought bread.” So, get your flour and let’s get baking!

Shipton Mill Organic Soft Cake and Pastry Flour



Want to make light sponges, tasty cakes and fabulous treats? Go for the organic soft cake and pastry flour by Shipton Mill. To note, as it isn’t self-raising flour, remember to add baking powder to your cakes!

Shipton Mill Organic Seeded White Flour



Take your bread making to the next level with this seeded white flour. It will soon become your favourite too, trust me! This flour combines pumpkin, sunflower, linseed, millet and poppy seeds to create a unique mix, perfect to make seeded breads and rolls.

Have you ever tried Shipton Mill flour?




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