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MEASURING INGREDIENTS

How To Measure Your Ingredients For Baking

These basic steps will help you bake consistently good treats.
Unlike cooking, once you put your mixture into the oven, you won’t be able to change its taste and texture. That might scare a few people from baking but actually, it’s an easy problem to solve. All you need to make sure ...

These Are The 10 Baking Questions We Get Asked The Most + Our Answers!

You asked, we answered.
Have you just started baking or need answers on ingredient substitutions and technical questions? Don't worry, we've got you covered. We've culled some of our readers' most asked baking questions and answered them for you: You can use all-purpose cream in most recipes that ...

This Is One Handy Kitchen Tool That All Bakers Need

It's the most accurate way to measure ingredients!
Baking is as much a science as it is an art. And the best tool you can get to help you in the kitchen? A kitchen scale! Many bakers, both amateur and professional, prefer using a weighing scale to measure ingredients. While ...

3 Measuring Mistakes to Avoid When Baking Desserts

Get the results that you want by measuring your ingredients properly when baking!
Churn out moist cakes, chewy cookies, and fluffy frosting with these tips on how to measure your ingredients properly. You can still perfect your desserts with just a few basics in your kitchen equipment, especially if you don’t have an electronic weighing ...

INFOGRAPHIC: A Cheat Sheet for Volume Equivalents

Know how to convert your basic cup measurements to pints, quarts, and ounces.
Here's a useful cheat sheet for measuring out liquid volume measurements for your baking and cooking needs. You can even print it out and place it on your kitchen refrigerator for easy reference!  ...

INFOGRAPHIC: A Guide to Ingredient Equivalents

Here's a helpful guide for those times you ask, "how many eggs make 1 cup?"
Measuring ingredients can be tricky so we're here to help you out with this nifty infographic. Bookmark and save for those times when you find yourself asking "how much chocolate do I need for an ounce?" Infographic by Alyssa Guerra ...

INFOGRAPHIC: We Have a Tablespoon Conversion Chart!

For those times you need to ask, "how many tablespoons are in a cup?"
Converting measurements can be tricky. Here's an easy guide to convert teaspoons and tablespoon measurements (we used the standard US cup) to make cooking and baking easier. ALSO READ:How to Measure ButterWATCH: How to Measure Sticky IngredientsInfographic by Kristina Catap ...

How to Measure Butter

It’s not rocket science.
Butter is every baker’s best friend. It serves as the base of most cakes and cookies, and it adds loads of richness and flavor to bread. If you’re looking to start baking, but are confounded by how to jam an entire block ...

WATCH: How to Measure Brown Sugar

Are you measuring brown sugar right?
Properly measured brown sugar holds the shape of the measuring cup even when it's turned out. Watch the video for tips to make sure you're adding the right amount of brown sugar to your dishes and baked treats. ALSO READ: WATCH: How ...

Tip of the Week: Be Mess-Free When Measuring Ingredients

This tip makes it easy to clean up!
Measuring ingredients can create quite a mess on your kitchen counter, but here’s an easy fix: Place a sheet of parchment or wax paper underneath the measuring cup. When you measure out ingredients, let the excess fall on the paper, then carefully ...
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