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Substitution for Cream of Tartar When Baking

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Not all of us keep cream of tartar in with our baking supplies. Depending on what you are baking there are some substitutes that you might have on hand. This is a page about substitution for cream of tartar when baking.


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May 12, 20120 found this helpful

How do I make cream of tartar from other ingredients? Or what can I substitute in a scone recipe?

By Linda K.


May 12, 20120 found this helpful

A lot of cookbooks have a list of substitutions in them. This is usually located near either the front or the back.

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December 28, 2009

What can I use if I don't have cream of tartar? I'm trying to make sugar cookies. Thank you.

By Dena Roberts from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada


December 28, 20090 found this helpful

You might check the substitutions on this page. http://whatscoo  /CreamTartar.htm
The texture of the cookie may be slightly different though. Cookies made with cream of tartar seem to have a slight sandy, melt in your mouth type texture to me. But there are many sugar recipes out there that do not use crm of tartar so it isn't a requirement for a good sugar cookie.

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