Substitute Applesauce for Oil in Baking?

Do I use the same amount of applesauce as I would oil in baking a cake?

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March 26, 20110 found this helpful
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Yes, it is one for one. It's best for cakes and muffins, doesn't work as well for cookies, unless they are soft cookies. You might want to add a little less sugar, since applesauce is sweet. Also try half applesauce half oil the first time to see if you like it. You can also use plum apple baby food.

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March 28, 20110 found this helpful

Yes, my daughter does that. Her cakes taste flat and awful. I don't even bother to eat a piece. The amount of oil in a slice of cake is small when you consider only a fourth cup goes into the whole cake.

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