Can You Substitute Powdered Sugar for Granulated Sugar?

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You can not substitute powdered sugar for granulated sugar. This because the two are different in that powdered sugar contains corn starch that allows it to exist in its powdery natural form.
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1. Determine the amount of granulated sugar that the recipe requires. 2. Multiply the amount of granulated sugar needed by 1.75. It takes 1 3/4 cup of powdered sugar to substitute
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It is not going to measure the same. Since powdered sugar is so fine, it has less sweetening in the same volume. Maybe half as much, but that is just a guess.
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Granulated sugar can be used as a substitute for powdered in making icing. But you can also make your own powdered sugar! Want to know how?
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For 1 cup powdered sugar, you can substitute 1 cup granulated sugar + 1
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