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Is there any Substitute for Yogurt in Baking?

Baking requires exact measurements of the ingredients to achieve the best results as anything done wrong can become a disaster. Unlike cooking on a stove, oven baked confectionary items have to be made by following the recipes exact steps.

Yogurt is one of the ingredients used in baked goods as sour cream for various reasons. However, it can also be substituted by other ingredients to deliver almost the same results.

The best alternative for yogurt is buttermilk which can be easily used in different recipes. The quantity for both the yogurt and buttermilk remains the same. Some other options will include coconut cream, homemade dairy-free yogurt, pureed silken tofu, and sour cream.

Baking may not be a cup of tea for everyone as it needs technicality and preciseness to be exact in measurements.

Therefore, there may not be too many people fond of baking, however, there still are many. Once you get it right, you will never stop loving how baked good turn out to be at the end result.

The whole process of baking is fascinating if you take it in that way because you just have to prepare the mixture or dough and put it in the oven to see how it turns out.

Basically, the oven does not let you interfere while preparing the end result as it is going to ruin the results. Temperature maintenance is another key to bake well and keep everything done on time as nothing can be done once the baked goods are ready.

QUICK AND EASY ALTERNATIVES FOR YOGHURT

Quick alternatives to substitute yogurt will make life easy for you as there will be no wait if you do not have yogurt for the recipe. An equal quantity of the alternative may be used for yogurt and will deliver the same result as the recipe demands.

Buttermilk Alternative

Buttermilk can be an easy alternative for yogurt in baking as it has the same properties as yogurt. You may use one cup of buttermilk in place of one cup of yogurt for a recipe and enjoy your day. Buttermilk can be the one bought from a store or can be made easily at home too.

Easy buttermilk can be prepared by adding one tablespoon vinegar or lemon juice to a cup of milk. This will turn the milk sour and make up for your using purpose as buttermilk.

Coconut Cream                                                                                                                                     

Coconut cream is a dairy free food which may be obtained from full-fat coconut milk by refrigerating it overnight and skimming off the cream that has rose at its top. Coconut cream is also known to substitute yogurt in the same quantity however it should be noted that it will be high in fat content than other substitute option.

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Coconut cream from coconut milk

Homemade Yoghurt

Homemade yogurt is the easiest option when you have a spoon of yogurt and some time to let the milk sit. Homemade yogurt is always economical and much tastier than the one bought from the store.

You just need to boil fresh milk or any milk you have and wait until it turns warm. Add a spoonful of yogurt and let it sit for some hours. Yogurt will be ready sooner if the weather is hot while it may take longer in winters.

Pureed Silken Tofu

Silken Tofu in pureed form is easy to use an ingredient and a substitute for yogurt. Although this ingredient will not have the tartness and will lack the essence of yogurt so it’s better to choose wisely.

Sour Cream

Sour cream works well as a substitute for yogurt in 1:1 ratio. It is readily available in stores or you may also make one if you have full-fat cream. Adding a spoonful of lemon juice in cream will turn it into sour cream.

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Sour cream

Homemade Yogurt Options

Homemade yogurt is the most convenient way to use milk and make pure yogurt. People use dairy free yogurt if they are allergic to dairy. You may use a starter culture, probiotic capsules,

Laura Price

Laura Price has lived in Nashville her whole life. Laura has worked as a journalist for nearly a decade has contributed to several large publications including the Yahoo News and the Oakland Tribune. As a founder and journalist for Top Health Journal, Laura covers national and international developments. Contact Email: laura@tophealthjournal.com Phone: 720.213.5828

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