Need to know what to sub in and out of your favorite holiday or everyday recipes—and how much? Go ahead and pin this little cheat sheet to use while you’re whipping up your favorite dishes and desserts with ingredients like buttermilk, vinegar, sugar, honey, lemon, and eggs.
Make your very own Game of Thrones Frey Pie, with carrots, parsnips, turnips, mushrooms, bacon, and ground PORK wrapped in a delicious buttermilk pie crust. Recipe includes nutritional information. From http://BakingMischief.com
Adorable buttermilk scones baked with your favorite jam inside and brushed with a buttery vanilla glaze. Recipe includes small-batch and freezer instructions and nutritional information. From http://BakingMischief.com
Buttery, flaky buttermilk pie crust wrapped around a savory mixture of steak, carrots, potatoes, and onions. This is one of my favorite recipes to ever come out of my kitchen! Recipe includes nutritional information and freezer instructions. From BakingMischief.com
Cranberry Buttermilk Breakfast Cake // Not too sweet, festively studded with cranberries, this cake will be wonderful on a holiday or weekend morning. Perfect for Christmas and Thanksgiving! // @alexandracooks