15 Common Baking Alternatives

Have you ever been in the middle of baking and realized that one of the main ingredients was missing? We've all been there at one time or another. We suggest you print out the following baking substitution chart and hang it on your fridge - you'll be glad to have it the next time you find yourself in a recipe midway panic.

1.Baking soda substitute

Baking soda runs out? For every ¼ teaspoon used in the recipe, substitute 1 teaspoon baking powder.

2.Baking powder substitute

For every 1 teaspoon of baking powder called for in the recipe, combine ¼ teaspoon baking soda and ½ teaspoon cream of tartar. Bake immediately.

3.Substitute black beans for all-purpose flour.

Are you craving brownies or cookies, but you’re all out of flour? Substitute equal parts of all-purpose flour for pureed black beans for a high-protein, gluten-free alternative.

4.Bread crumbs substitute

Use ground rolled oats or crushed cereal in the same ratio: 1 cup of your substitute of choice for 1 cup bread crumbs.

5.Bread flour substitute

All-purpose flour makes a fine bread flour substitute. Use as much substitute flour as called for in the recipe.

6.Brown sugar substitute

For each cup of brown sugar, substitute 1 scant cup granulated sugar and 1 tablespoon molasses, or try another brown sugar substitute.

7.Butter substitute for baking

For baked goods, coconut oil, margarine, or lard can replace butter as 1:1 substitutes.

8.Half-and-half substitute

For every ½ cup called for, use ¼ cup milk and ¼ cup cream, or ½ cup non-dairy coffee creamer.

9.Heavy cream substitute

Melt ¼ cup unsalted butter and slowly whisk in ¾ cup whole milk or half-and-half for every cup of heavy cream in the recipe, or see more options for a heavy cream substitute.

10.Honey substitute

Corn syrup, molasses, maple syrup, or agave nectar all work as 1:1 replacements for honey.

11.Lemon juice substitute

Use cider vinegar as a 1:1 substitute for lemon juice.

12.Sour cream substitute

Use plain yogurt as a 1:1 replacement.

13.Replace eggs for banana or applesauce.

When you find out you have fewer eggs in the carton than expected, opt for a vegan substitute of half a mashed banana or ¼ cup applesauce.

14.Honey can be substituted for white sugar.

If you are trying to eat a bit healthier, honey is a great substitute for sugar in equal parts. it also has anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties, which can help fight germs.

15.Use lemon juice instead of salt.

Don’t have any salt on hand? Switch out a ½ teaspoon of salt for ½ teaspoon of lemon juice the next time you’re in a pinch.

 

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