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Substitutes for Alcohol in Baking

Using alcohol in baking is widely done in many types of desserts, but there is a wonderful array of very good quality substitutes that are alcohol-free. For general substitutes, refer to the chart below. A PDF version is available at the end of this post.

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11 comments

  1. Informative blog, exactly what I was looking for.

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  3. Hi to everybody, it’s my first visit to this blog; this blog includes awesome and excellent information designed for readers. Thanks!

  4. Hiii, plz is there any substitute for Dry Sherry or Sherry ? Thank you

  5. Aoa

    Can you please tell us the substitute for Dijon mustard as it contains white wine?

    Thanks.

  6. Do you have any substitute for red wine?

    • I have found that using tamarind paste mixed with water, is an excellent substitution for red wine when making thiings like stews and sauces. It adds a rich, tart flavor that is very similar to red wine.

  7. Perfect … keep it up

  8. I just have a question, do all vanilla extracts in grocery stores have alcohol?
    Thanks

    • @Anoud- no, not all. Actually most of the synthetic products do not contain alcohol. I personally try to avoid those because I prefer something natural AND without the alcohol.

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