Got a favorite bread recipe? Try making it as muffins, too. You can even freeze them for later. A special thanks to Chef Malika Ameen for passing along this baking tip.
Recipe calls for buttermilk? From Chef Laura Theodore, heres a tip for making a vegan option. Just stir in 1 tablespoon of lemon juice or white vinegar to a cup of nondairy milk. Let it stand for five minutes. Voil! Thanks, Laura!
Our organic coconut palm sugar gives you a delicious, lowglycemic option for cooking. It not only substitutes 1-to-1 with light brown sugar. Italso subs 1-to-1 with maple syrup. Try sometoday, and enjoy the warm, caramelflavor! Thanks Chef Gale Gand!
Author, blogger and TV host Shauna Sever has great ideas for homemade infused sugars. Try cinnamon, vanilla, citrus, mint, basil. Even edible flowers such as rosebuds or lavender. Just combine 2 cups of one of our organic sugars along with the herb or spice in a 1 pint jar. Wait a week, turning the jar or shaking gently. Presto! Youre ready to use it anywhere youd use an extract or oil.
Impress your friends with the word hygroscopic. Thats one of the roles sugar plays in baking. It naturally attracts and bonds with water, keeping your favorite baked goods moist. Celebrate science with milk and cookies today! Thanks for the insight, Carol Kicinski.
If you want to crack the habit of using eggs in recipes, or simply ran out, try this tip from vegan chef Fran Costigan. Chia seeds are high in omega-3 fatty aides with a flavor thats more mild than flax seeds. Give it a try, and tell us what recipes youre using them in.
The Spork Sisters have tons of great #DIY ideas. Homemade vanilla flavoring? Why not! Split the vanilla bean pods lengthwise before infusing them into the vodka. Store in a glass jar away from direct sunlight.
Bridget Edwards from Bake At 350 has a great idea for a kid-friendly glaze. And guess what? With Wholesome! Organic Powdered Sugar, its even vegan. Add orange or lemon zest as a bonus. Perfection!