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Mar 25, 2014

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For our loyal readers at, I think it’s safe to say you all know my strengths do not lie in baking. It’s something I learn to be semi-decent in but it is definitely not something I’m innately good at it. So, for folks like me if you need to bake or you want to bake, you need all the help you can get and that is where Indigo Packaged Goodness baking powder comes in extremely handy.

I’ve mentioned the Indigo Packaged Goodness baking powder a few times here and there and way back in December 2011 I mentioned their baking powder and baking soda. However, I thought it was worthy of an update post because back then I just didn’t have decent photos of my baked goods (guess my photo taking has improved!).

Now, I don’t know if all the credit goes to Indigo Packaged Goodness baking powder for my baking success but one thing is for sure, since I started using it, I’ve seen results and it’s not like I got a new oven or that I’ve suddenly become a miracle baker. So, I have to give the Indigo Packaged Goodness baking powder some recognition for all the goodies I’ve made recently.

So, what makes Indigo Packaged Goodness baking powder a little different from everyone else?

Product Review: What makes Indigo Packaged Goodness baking powder unique?

Is there anything that makes Indigo Packaged Goodness baking powder a bit different than its competition? I think so. For starters, here is what the Indigo Packaged Goodness baking powder is made with: tapioca starch, cream of tartar and baking soda.

Translation: it’s gluten free and that makes it appealing for anyone who’s baking and wants it to be gluten-free. Now, I’m not using it because it’s gluten free. I had gone to my local health food store and this is the baking powder I picked up.

Take a look at some of my recent accomplishments. They look pretty good, right? So, truthfully, I don’t know if the Indigo Packaged Goodness baking powder is the root reason why my baked goods have looked so good in the past few while (I’ve used this product for a good year and a bit) but one thing I do know is that my baking never looked this good before I started using it.

Could it possibly be because I’m a better baker now? Nope. Know why I can say that so quickly? Because I honestly don’t bake often enough to become good at it. I get into a groove and I’ll bake in spurts but it’s not like I’ve retained anything. Now, I have tried different recipes and that certainly has helped so some credit goes that way for sure.

But my skills? Nah…that hasn’t improved. Much.


Okay, so if you’re looking at a new kind of baking powder you might be interested in Indigo Packaged Goodness baking powder. It’s gluten-free because it’s made with tapioca starch and for me, it’s been a great addition to my baking regimen and you know that speaks a lot since baking is something I’ll always continue to work on.

Case closed: now you know what I’ve been using!

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