Thursday, 17 May 2012


Have you ever wanted to make buttermilk scones and then realized that you didn't have buttermilk? What about banana bread and no eggs? Well, the first step for either of these baking dilemmas would be to go to the grocery store and buy a carton of buttermilk or a carton of eggs. But, what if you just want to work with what's in your kitchen?

At Joy of Baking, Stephanie Jaworski provides guidelines for numerous baking substitutions. Within these guidelines, Jaworski lists the ingredient requiring a substitute, the amount of this ingredient, and its substitution. What's great is that, in many cases, Jaworski lists multiple substitutions, giving you, the baker, options when deciding which substitute you'd like to use.

Whether or not you're a baker, and whether you're looking to try one of the many recipes from Joy of Baking or you have something else in mind, this ingredient substitution chart is bound to come in handy. Check it out!

Do you have any of your own good baking substitutes?

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