How do you use powdered sugar instead of granulated sugar?

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Powdered sugar is finer than granulated sugar. It also has a sweeter taste. If you are using powdered sugar instead of granulated sugar, you should put in a little less than it calls for.
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To substitute powdered sugar for granulated sugar, you must use 1 3/4 cup of powdered sugar for every 1 cup of granulated sugar the recipe calls for. Powdered sugar is very finely
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Powdered sugar or confectioners sugar is made from granulated sugar. The granulated sugar is merely ground down or crushed until it becomes a very fine powder. You can make powdered
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i dont think you can fix that mistake. I. did the same thing with my frosting for Red Velvet Sandwich Cookies and I had to throw it away.
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1. Know what your recipe is asking for. Do you need the sifted sugar measured or the measured ingredients sifted. That is basically, do you sift before or after? The first one is
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