Category Substitutions

Desiccated Coconut Substitute (8 Options)

Desiccated Coconut Substitute
What you use as a substitution for desiccated coconut depends on the dish you’re making and why you’re substituting it.  Desiccated coconut simply means the moisture has been removed (learn more about it and how to make your own here).…

Soy Lecithin Substitutes (What To Use When)

Soy Lecithin Substitutes
Substitutes for liquid soy lecithin are sunflower lecithin, egg yolks, dairy, mustard, and honey. Substitutes for soy lecithin powder are guar gum, xanthan gum, and agar-agar. Soy lecithin is most commonly used in food to act as an emulsifier, which…

Substitution For Malted Milk Powder

Malted Milk Powder Substitute
Traditional malted milk powder is a fine powder mixture made up of malted barley, wheat flour, and powdered milk. The malted barley adds a distinct flavor to many desserts and beverages that’s often described as nutty. If you can’t find…

Diastatic Malt Powder Substitute

Diastatic Malt Powder Substitute
Although there really isn’t a substitute for diastatic malt powder as it contains active enzymes that break starches into sugar, there are ways to bake without it.  Most recipes call for the diastatic malt powder in small enough amounts that…