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How to substitute dates in a recipe?


“How to substitute dates in a recipe?” We have the answer.

Dates have been used as a popular delicacy in the Middle East for centuries, but only recently have they become popular. In fact, dates are one of the most nutritious flavours on the market. You can read more about it here.

Date syrup is our best-selling product, and for good reason. It’s delicious, it’s plentiful, it’s nutritious. It can be used in cooking, milk, dressing, salad dressing, waffles, and more. We’ve included a link to the date syrup recipe below if you’d like. But if you want to know how to use date syrup as a substitute for sugar, dates, honey or other sweeteners, check out the graphic below. Date syrup requires a little moisture to cook, so depending on the substitute ingredients, you may want to add dry ingredients depending on the texture you want. Of course this is a must! .

For those who don’t know, date paste is simply dates that have been crushed and mashed into a paste. It is best used in raw foods, energy balls and thick smoothies. Of course, you can really see the shine of the date pulp when you use it as a binder in baked goods. You can use pure dates to replace the egg in many baked goods, they will taste and bind the ingredients to produce a delicious dessert. Please see the table below for more accurate measurements.

If you are making a cake or a recipe that does not require a lot of water, granulated sugar is the best. Sugar is made by drying it every day and turning it into a powder. It can be used to replace white sugar 1 to 1 reducing the dry ingredients needed in the recipe by 25%. Sugar can be used in cookies, sweet breads, muffins, or as a topping for cinnamon cheese or oatmeal.


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