You can use any neutral flavored oil, such as vegetable or canola oil. You can
also use butter, but you may have to adjust for the amount of ...
Many of my older recipes for cakes and cookies call for shortening. It seems that
today's recipes use mostly butter or margarine. Can these be substituted for ...
Out of baking powder (or baking soda or even milk)? Make your ...
Aug 2, 2015 ... Shortening Substitution suggestions for Crisco or shortening. Shortening
substitutes are recipe equivalents that can be used when needed.
Have you ever wondered to yourself, "If a baking recipe calls for shortening, can I
use butter or margarine instead?" If so, you're not alone. Shortening and butter ...
The basic recipe for cake frosting consists of creamed fat, powdered sugar and
flavor extracts. Many recipes use shortening because it's less expensive and can
Feb 21, 2010 ... Hi, I have a bundt cake recipe that calls for 1 cup of shortening, and I only ... I don'
t have shortening what can I use to replace it and how much?
Oct 25, 2006 ... Read the Coconut Oil - A Great Alternative to Butter and Shortening ... never
thought it would substitute for butter as it can be solid or liquid. ... When it's liquid,
I use it for baking and sauteeing, like you would any other liquid oil.
Jan 18, 2009 ... I was never much of a baker but I love it and have recently started collecting and
trying out recipes. My question is: Can you substitute butter for ...
Apr 30, 2008 ... In general, you can substitute shortening for butter in equal amounts in baking
recipes (not the frosting or icing, though—yuck). Shortening ...