How Do You Substitute Sugar For Honey In Recipes?
Sweet as it is, sometimes a recipe that calls for honey is not practical. Maybe you don’t have any honey or it is too expensive for your use. Perhaps you want to cut back on calories. If you follow recipes closely, then learn a few tips so when you substitute sugar for honey you will still create a great tasting cookie or treat. Keep in mind that your concoction will not be as sweet since honey is typically sweeter than sugar. You should expect a slightly different taste. This substitution could be a good way to cut the sweetness in your recipe. Add extra liquid to the recipe since you will be taking away the moisture from the honey. If you are substituting brown sugar, then you will not need to compensate as much, since brown sugar has molasses in it. Use 1 1/4 cup of sugar to replace every cup of honey. Also add 1/4 cup of liquid, which could be water, milk or oil. Save calories by substituting sugar for honey. Honey has 64 calories per tablespoon, while sugar only has 46 calories pe
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