SUBSTITUTES

Out Of Eggs? Use These Egg Substitutes

Baking season is here but should you never run out of eggs.
If you're baking for the holidays, you'll be using lots of eggs. So, when tragedy strikes and you find you have suddenly run out of eggs to make your favorite holiday cookie or your cake, there are two simple ingredient substitutes you can use ...

Milky Substitutes That Will Save You Hundreds of Pesos

From mascarpone, ricotta, heavy cream, dulce de leche and sour cream--we have your back!
Dairy products like heavy cream, mascarpone, and sour cream might put a dent in your tight budget, but we have good news: you can easily make substitutes which are affordable using readily available ingredients! It's so easy to make these quick substitutes. ...

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 ...

Is There A Substitute For Baking Soda?

There are a couple of things you should know if you're using substitutes.
Baking soda is what makes your cakes and other baked goods rise when it's used for baking. It’s also what helps your cookies and the tops of your cakes become golden brown as it bakes.But if you don’t have or have run ...

WATCH: Substitute Ingredients Like a Kitchen Pro!

Need tips for a last-minute ingredient substitution? Use this handy guide!
 Here's how to substitute like a kitchen pro when you're missing an ingredient (or two!) or haven't made that trip to the grocery yet: 1 cup breadcrumbs = 1 cup crackers, crushed1 cup cake flour = 3/4 cup all-purpose flour + 2 tablespoons cornstarch1 ...

A Baking Newbie's Guide to Substituting Ingredients

We school you on how to substitute baking ingredients properly.
Here are some ingredient substitutions that might come in handy the next time you find yourself in a baking fix: 1 cup cake flour  =  1 cup minus 2 tablespoons all-purpose flour1 cup all-purpose flour =  1 cup plus 2 tablespoons cake ...

Substitute It! Our Guide to Pantry Alternatives

Bookmark this page: for those times you don’t have cake flour, tomato paste, or fresh milk in your cupboard.
Ever started whipping up a recipe only to discover you didn’t have an item or two on the list? Don’t fret. We have a list of pantry substitutes you can turn to when you haven’t made a trip to the grocery store: ...
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