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    HONEY SUBSTITUTION FORMULA

    1 cup honey = 1 cup sugar but decrease the liquid in the recipe by 1/4 cup for each cup of honey added.

    Add 1 tbsp. honey to your favorite cake mix recipe for added flavor.


    Lower the oven temperature 25 degrees when baking foods in which honey has been substituted for sugar.

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    I found this from another board:
    Honey
    substitute for 1 cup in baking
    1 1/4 cup sugar combined with 1/4 cup water.

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    Stevia is a non-caloric, natural sweetener.with none of the side effects of other such sweeteners. It is an herb, and while you can use it in herb form, most people use it in the concentrate form, which is a white powder. It is very concentrated however. And we have found in our household (children included) everyone actually prefers it now..and it comes out about the same cost wise, without the side effects of sugar even...meaning, for those who gain too much energy on sugar, they won't have to worry about this so much. http://cookingwithstevia.com/stevia_con ... chart.html

    This may help some.

    Michelle

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    Angela,
    My son is allergic to maple and honey. And he reacts poorly to sugar (some
    kids just don't handle it well - he gets aggressive). Anyway, we use barley
    malt syrup or brown rice syrup when we have to. The taste is different -
    not nearly as sweet. But the number one way we cope - we don't use sweet
    stuff anymore. It's a rare treat, and therefore appreciated even with the

    different taste.

    Marie

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    I use Splenda. Nothing in it but plain sweet taste.

    From: "Rebecca" <rebecca@cyberback.com>
    Date: Sat Jun 15, 2002 10:14 am
    Subject: Re: Budget101.com : Re: [Budget101_] Honey..is there a substitute?

 

 

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