Baking 101 on April 29 2018 by Bob's Red Mill
How To Make Cookies With Different Sugar Varieties
Sugar and cookies go hand in hand, don’t they? They’re synchronized in flavor and texture and come together to create one of the most well-loved treats. At Bob’s Red Mill, we love our cookies just as much as you do, and we’re always on the lookout for healthy cookie recipes. So the good news is, if you’re looking for sugar alternatives, that doesn’t mean you have to cut cookies out of your diet altogether! Whether you’re exploring alternative sweetener options like date sugar and coconut sugar, or adding ingredients like nut butter and oats, nutritious options for cookies abound. Similar to other baked goods, like muffins, breads, and bars, cookies can also be made to satisfy your sweet tooth and also fill you up in a way that feels good from the inside out. Low sugar cookies and sugar free cookie recipes make for some delicious end results, too. Keep in mind that when it comes to sugar free baking, reducing sugar in cookie recipes is also possible; though depending on the type of cookie, it can likely change the texture. From maple pecan cookies to chocolate chip coconut cookies and beyond, let’s take a deeper dive into the world of sugars and healthy cookies. Because when it comes to balanced and mindful eating, cookies are always a good idea. To kick things off, we will explain the different types of sugar and the purpose behind them:
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Do you know the equivalent of 11 dates to date powder.
I want to make choc cookies that call for 11 dates
I do have date powder..but can't find the equivalent.