These 10 common baking ingredients can be made at home! This is one to bookmark for reference in case you are ever in a pinch or if you want to cut costs on expensive ingredients like vanilla extract.
Making homemade vanilla extract allows you to control the intensity of your extract and is more cost-effective than store bought.
If you ever find yourself in a pinch and need buttermilk but do not have any on hand, it is very easy to make a buttermilk substitute. There are several options for making a buttermilk substitute with common ingredients from your refrigerator and pantry!
Cake flour is a low protein, finely milled flour used for making light and tender cakes. This cake flour substitute can be used in place of cake flour to mimic the desired results cake flour creates in baked goods.
Turn granulated sugar into homemade powdered sugar with a few simple steps!
You can easily make your own brown sugar in a pinch with 2 simple ingredients!
Self-rising flour combines three of the most common baking ingredients into one. To make your own self-rising flour substitute you can use these three common pantry ingredients: all-purpose flour, baking powder, and salt!
Homemade sweetened condensed milk made with milk and sugar. This recipe makes a batch equivalent to a 14-ounce can.
Cinnamon sugar blend is as simple as it sounds- a combination of cinnamon and sugar! Use this recipe to determine the best ratio for your intended use.
Mix up a batch of homemade Apple Pie Spice blend. Use in your favorite apple pie recipe or gift in cute jars!
Whisk up a batch of homemade Pumpkin Pie spice blend! Use in your favorite pumpkin pie recipe or gift in cute jars.
Pearl sugar is a type of specialty sugar popular in Europe. This is a quick and much cheaper substitute using sugar cubes broken up into small pieces.