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
Plump and pillowy, these IHOP pancakes copycat are just as tasty and delicious as what you'd find in the restaurant yet cost a fraction of the price. The recipe can easily to doubled to feed a large crowd or large appetites.
Cinnamon Sugar Donuts (Baked) - I made my own buttermilk using almond/coconut milk(to make it dairy-free) and white vinegar. (Add 3/4 tsp to 1/4cup milk). I also added 1 tsp of vanilla. Many variations you can make with using different glazes and by adding chocolate chips to batter. I baked these at 400 degrees instead of 425. Bake 6-7 min. I double the recipe for 1 doz. Chocolate Glaze- 3/4 cup 10x sugar,3 tbl cocoa powder, 3 tbl milk, dash vanilla(enough 1 doz)