cooking substitutes


Question by  MNarasimhan (27)

How can applesauce be used as a substitute in baking?


Answer by  Josi (65)

Applesauce can be used to replace oil, butter, and even eggs in a lot of baking recipes. It does not always work as a substitute, and if you want to use applesauce as a replacement, it works best in food that is cooked in a mold, as it can cause your batter to be more liquid than normal.


Answer by  tamarawilhite (17883)

Apple sauce can be used to substitute for water or milk in a baking mix recipe, adding a serving of fruit in its place.


Answer by  barbie (115)

Applesauce can be used as a substitute in a variety of ways. Lately, it has been touted as a fat substitute when baking brownies. Instead of oil, you add the same amount of applesauce. It can also be used as a substitute for fruit filling or pie filling.


Answer by  sara99 (851)

In most recipes using vegetable or corn oil the exact measurement for the oil may be exchanged for the same quantity of applesauce.


Answer by  Roland27 (16334)

Apple sauce can be used in muffins or cakes to add a more moist texture. You can find recipes on the internet that involve apple sauce.

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