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How to replace butter and vegetable oil in baked goods

BUTTER

In recipes sweet dishes you can substitute ¾ cup butter for applesauce. Otherwise, use vegan oil substitutes. For recipes that require a little oil, use a vegan substitute.

When baked, it adds a creamy flavor and sometimes gives the dough a porous structure; the butter also helps the dough rise evenly, making it thicker and sweeter.

For strict vegetarians, replacing butter is as easy as shelling pears: for example, vegetable margarine (read the composition). Alternatively, you can use unrefined coconut oil (it will be hard at room temperature), which will give the dough the same firmness as butter.

Canola oil can be used in recipes with sugar syrups or hard fats (for example, combined with ground nuts or chocolate in cakes). You can also find vegan baking powder.

Margarine is an excellent substitute for butter, take the same amount as butter.

Fruit puree, one of the most interesting and suitable for everyone, butter and margarine substitutes. The following fruits are suitable for this: apple, bananas, prunes. Bananas are great for baking bread and buns... Fruit puree should be taken in the same amount as we would have taken butter. For this, mashed potatoes in baby food jars are perfect. You can easily make mashed potatoes yourself.
Only fruits with a strong aroma are best avoided.

Substitute low fat cottage cheese for butter. Low-fat cottage cheese contains calcium - a trace element that is directly involved in the formation of human bone tissue.

These butter substitutes are great for baking:
• Any vegetable oil (1 cup or 200 grams of butter = 2/3 cup vegetable oil);
• Margarine based on soy milk (100 grams of butter = 100 grams of margarine);
• Fruit puree made from banana, prunes or apples (100 grams of butter = 100 grams of puree). You can buy ready-made baby purees in jars, or you can cook them yourself;
• Cornstarch mixed with water in proportions 1: 2. Mix the ingredients, heat them up in a microwave or water bath and let cool completely;
• Yogurt. It can be mixed with margarine or soybean oil (200 grams of butter = 0.5 cups margarine + ¼ cup yogurt);
• Mayonnaise (100 grams of butter = 100 grams of mayonnaise);
• Vegetable puree made from sweet potatoes, squash or pumpkin (100 grams of oil = 100 grams of puree).

Unsalted cow butter can be replaced with butter in the following ratio:
• melted - 1: 0.85 kg,
• peasant - 1: 1.14 kg,
• table dairy margarine — 1: 1 kg (only for products whose recipe includes no more than 5% fat).
Oil intended for the preparation of cream or products for children, as well as those for which animal oil is provided in the standard, cannot be replaced with margarine. With such a replacement, for each kg of condensed milk with sugar, it is necessary to reduce the amount of sugar for kneading the dough by 0.17 kg.

Margarine is replaced
• anhydrous liquid or cooking oil (1: 0.83),
• liquid margarine (1: 1)
• vegetable oil (1: 0.85), the last change is allowed for products containing no more than 5% fat according to the recipe. If the recipe requires more than 5% fat, then 50% margarine can be replaced in this way.
You can not replace butter with margarine in products intended for baby or diet food.

How to replace butter for allergies?
• Some manufacturers produce dairy products based on goat or sheep milk. Its prices are much higher than for "cow's milk", but the risk of developing an allergic reaction is practically absent.
• If you have free time, you can buy fresh goat or sheep milk and beat the butter at home.
• When frying, use corn oil, olive oil, sunflower oil and pork fat.
VEGETABLE OIL

Vegetable oil is of little use when cooked - in fact, it dies. Oil changes biochemically when heated and loses many of its nutritional properties. Better enjoy the extra class unrefined oil. The healthiest unrefined oils are olive, grape seed, avocado, walnut, sesame, flaxseed, and peanut. Use coconut oil when cooking, it has a high boiling point and will withstand heat.

How to replace vegetable oil
• Not satisfied with the taste of vegetable oil - try olive oil or other vegetable oil. Many people are very fond of sunflower oil with a smell - unrefined. Here it must be remembered that you cannot fry in such oil, since it produces carcinogens during frying. But to fill salads with them - to your health! Such salads are not only healthy, but also tastier.
• Vegetable oil does not prevent burning - in this case, it is advisable to buy a special oil spray for frying, which you need to drip into the pan quite a bit, or also change the oil to olive oil.

How to replace olive oil for allergies?
• Season salads with any other vegetable oil;
• The same applies to cosmetic procedures. Do not use olive oil for massage and do not use cosmetics that contain it.

How to replace sunflower oil for allergies?
• Other vegetable oil. Keep in mind that olive oil is not suitable for frying, as it changes the taste and gives off an unpleasant smell;
• Pork fat;
• Butter;
• Soybean oil;
• Special oil spray for frying.

How to replace olive oil for allergies?
• Season salads with any other vegetable oil;
• The same applies to cosmetic procedures. Do not use olive oil for massage and do not use cosmetics that contain it.

How to replace sunflower oil for allergies?
• Other vegetable oil. Keep in mind that olive oil is not suitable for frying, as it changes the taste and gives off an unpleasant smell;
• Pork fat;
• Butter;
• Soybean oil;
• Special oil spray for frying.

Any vegetable oil, just take a little less. If you need 200 grams of butter, this is a glass, then you should take two-thirds of a glass of vegetable oil.

Bishka
Thanks to the author for the article! I was just looking for something to replace butter. I was very surprised to learn about starch mixed with water. And I wonder if anyone has already tried to replace oil with starch? Interesting, share your experience!
Kokoschka
I know what can be replaced with a banana! I tried it, only it turns out more dry
Ashina
For some things I read in the first. But I tried to bake with mayonnaise, I don’t know how anyone, but I didn’t like it - it’s very fatty somehow.
rodnik
What useful information !!! Can you please tell me, is coconut oil also 1: 1?
Admin
Quote: rodnik
coconut oil is also 1: 1?

In the sense of? What exactly?
rodnik
Tatyana, oh: oops: ask) If you replace creamy with coconut 1: 1 too? Their structure is completely different. My coconut is almost always in a solid state, it's not in the refrigerator.
Admin

Olya, I don’t know anything about coconut oil and I don’t use it
But judging by the way it is used in the culinary program, there the replacement goes almost 1 to 1, and it is used a lot and often. They refer to it as a dietary product, but this is in Australia.
rodnik
Tatyana, Thank you! I'll try on a cupcake) The calorie content is only higher than that of a creamy one, by as much as 150 units :) Does it make sense to replace))))
Admin

Then I see no point in replacing, if talking about calorie content Or reduce the amount of butter, and bring in a %% ratio under butter
votechok
And in what ratio should you replace butter with pork fat? I want some cookies, fat has accumulated in the freezer
IvaNova
What a theme is needed! Thank you!
That is, in baked goods, can you replace butter with baked goods, reducing its amount?
Well, how I have my melted creamy idle
Admin
Quote: votechok

And in what ratio should you replace butter with pork fat? I want some cookies, fat has accumulated in the freezer

Well, with this question it is better to contact our confectioners.They are professionals in baking cookies and using fats, and they will better suggest
Babovka
good article.
I would also find an answer to how to replace pork fat with vegetable oil. Proportions ..



Added on Monday 04 Apr 2016 00:05

Quote: votechok
And in what ratio should you replace butter with pork fat? I want some cookies, fat has accumulated in the freezer
100 g butter per 90 g pork fat


Added on Monday 04 Apr 2016 00:08

I bake gingerbread according to Lerochka's recipe, either butter or fat always turns out

https://Mcooker-enn.icdself.com/in...436.0
Iskatel-X
Tatyana
Unsalted cow butter can be replaced with butter in the following ratio:
• melted - 1: 0.85
For a biscuit (Cake), can I replace creamy with melted?
60g butter = 51g melted
In order not to melt the creamy. Ghee is almost liquid, perhaps slightly heated.
Actually, the question is: will the biscuit work? Are there hidden limits?
Admin

It's better to go to the confectioners with this question, I practically don't bake
And according to my observations, the biscuit dough will turn out easier with butter.
Iskatel-X
Found the answer in the internet
The biscuit tastes best with butter!
Admin
Because butter is lighter than ghee, it contains about 12-15% whey.
In ghee, complete substitution, and the butter contains only almost 100% animal fat

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