What happens if you don't include the margarine/butter in the muffin mix?
I forgot to add the margarine to a premade muffin mix. They're currently in the oven. Will there be a big difference?
Your dough will not hold together and it will not taste as good!
In muffins, you can replace all or some of the oil/marg./butter with applesauce. You may notice a difference, but you may not. It is a great way to save calories/fat.
They might be a little dry. Yes, I like the idea of adding applesauce - makes a great taste and does save the calories.
They'll be a little drier, but you can always claim you were trying to make healthy muffins.
by Karen Anne Harris 10 years ago
My son thought this would be a good question and would like to see your responses
by Dens Yang 6 months ago
Is margarine a good replacement for butter?I am just curious because whenever I search for recipes I often see butter is used. However, we seldom use or buy butter at home, it's always margarine. Can I still make pancakes or no oven recipes using margarine or no?
by Newton's Rival 13 years ago
Check out my recipe hub, and please give me some ideas. Would greatly appreciate it.
by Paul Edmondson 10 years ago
Why are cookies baked with butter flatter than cookies made with margarine?When I bake cookies with butter they come out flatter than when I bake them with margarine. Why?
by shriash 10 years ago
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by Susan Zutautas 8 years ago
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