Baking Substitutions — There are a variety of reasons you might need to find a substitute for one of the ingredients in a recipe: availability, allergies and other dietary restrictions, or you just might not care for something. Nestle Toll House has you covered with tips for some of the most common ingredient replacements. #BakingHack
You want to something special for a party, but the recipe calls for cake flour and buttermilk and all you have is all-purpose and 2%. It's happened to the best of us. Luckily, there are substitutions for these no-so-common ingredients that you can whip up with items you likely already have in the cabinet (baking soda! cornstarch! lemon juice!)
Homemade Heavy Cream Substitute ~ to use when you need heavy cream, but just can't run back to the store. Save the gas and use this simple kitchen recipe. This will not whip but can be used as an ingredient in other recipes. Bon appetit
How to Substitute for Buttermilk from My Fearless Kitchen. Have you ever cooked a recipe that calls for buttermilk? What do you do if you don't have any? Check out this easy trick to substitute for buttermilk.