Whatever your reason may be, resorting to natural sugar substitutes for baking is definitely a healthier alternative, and will help you enjoy your favorite baked goods without having to worry too much about its after effects.
1. Use 1/2 – 3/4 cup of honey for each one cup of sugar in the recipe. 2. Reduce the liquid by 1/4 cup for each cup of sugar replaced. 3. Reduce cooking temp by 25 degrees (honey will make your baked goods brown more easily). 4. If the recipe doesn’t already include baking soda, add 1/4 tsp for each cup of sugar replaced.
Sweet Swaps: Baking with Sugar Substitutes. Here's what you need to know to bake and cook with your favorite low- or no-calorie sweeteners (including Splenda, Sweet 'N Low, Stevia, Equal and monk fruit sweeteners like Nectresse). | via @SparkPeople