My great grandmother left me a box FULL of recipes she used throughout her life, and it is one of my most PRIZED possessions.
In that box that is STUFFED full of HUNDREDS of recipes, is a chart she used to do quick baking substitutions. I need to laminate the thing, because it is something I want to keep FOREVER!
Lucky for YOU, I am going to share this little bit of knowledge with you. You’re welcome in advance.
I’m just going to go ahead and tell you — you are going to want to keep this information for future reference!
Quick Cooking Substitutions
I can’t tell you HOW many times I’ve needed to change All-Purpose Flour into Self-Rising Flour, or Regular Milk into Buttermilk!
This cheat sheet has come in SO handy during the years. I wouldn’t have been able to make Cobbler or Biscuits a PLETHORA of times without these substitutions!
Thank you to all the grandmas out there, for being so incredibly amazing, and knowing all the answers to all the things!
MRS MAVIS I ALLAN
Friday 14th of January 2022
You are so lucky to have inherited such gems and it is even better that your grandma has a granddaughter who uses it. So much gets lost.
Saturday 25th of September 2021
You should make some of her hand written recipes you have there (so lucky you have them ) printed on T-towels & give as gifts to other women in your family
Saturday 25th of July 2020
chart is a life saver
Monday 25th of May 2020
just right click on image open in new tab and print from tool bar
Saturday 23rd of May 2020
I right clicked on it and saved image then opened Microsoft word and right clicked and hit paste then I printed it from there.