high altitude recipes



HIGH ALTITUDE COOKING & BAKING TIPS

 

You can create amazing baked goods and meals at high altitude!! Certain recipes need slight variations due to elevation, and we are here to help. If you have experienced flat or dry cookies, fallen cakes and sticky or tacky bread when following a recipe meant for sea level, you understand the difference elevation can make.

 
 

Higher altitude generally means lower air pressure which can impact how you prepare certain recipes. The elevation also impacts the temperature at which water boils and the moisture content of food. Food items like eggs and pasta will need more time to cook, fried foods will lose moisture more quickly and burn, and soups, stews and sauces may dry out or be too thick.

See our tips and conversions on making the best recipes based on altitude. We have information on high altitude baking adjustments, cooking adjustments, cooking tips and oven temperature adjustments and recommendations.

 

HIGH ALTITUDE RECIPES

 

Under-cooked hard boiled eggs, dry meat and underdone pasta are all a thing of the past! Enjoy fluffy rice, eggs, delicious barbecue and perfect pancakes by using our recipes for high altitude. Come see our recipes.

 

HIGH ALTITUDE COOKIE RECIPES

 

Frustrated when baking cookies at high altitude? Are they flat, dry and crumbly or under-cooked in the middle and burnt on the outside? Moist chocolate chip cookies, light sugar cookies and oh so delicious peanut butter cookies are just some of the recipes adjusted for high altitude. We have so much more and you can view all our cookie recipes here.

 

HIGH ALTITUDE BAKED GOODS RECIPES

 

Tired of cakes that sink in the middle or get burnt on the outside, but never fully cook in the middle? Would you like bread that rises properly and does not fall apart when you cut it open? Cupcakes, banana bread, brownies and rolls are just some of the recipe adjustments we have converted for high altitude. You can view all of our bakery recipes here.