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I wouldn't substitute maple syrup for molasses as they both have totally different flavours.


because molasses is unique there is no acceptable substitute. maybe karo syrup but the results will be different.


Corn syrup comes from corn, cane syrup comes from sugar cane.


Maple syrup comes from the maple tree, cane syrup comes from sugar cane.


The syrup from Sugar Cane, commonly referred to as Cane Syrup or Sugar Cane Syrup, is simply the juice squeezed from sugar cane stalks that has been boiled down to a thicker consistency.


It can be, but it is always best to just stick to what the recipe calls for.


A good substitute for karo syrup is 1 cup white sugar and 1 cup hot water. You can also use brown sugar if you are trying to sub dark karo syrup.


Yes you can but you may be comrpromising flavour depending on what your are making.


Yes, cane syrup usually cost more than corn syrup.


I believe you can substitute the juice of maraschino cherries or cherry syrup for kirsch. Probably the same amount for what it calls for in the recipe would work fine.


Karo is a brand of corn syrup so, no, it is not a substitute. It IS corn syrup.


i think it is cane syrup!


"Evaporated cane juice" is made from sugar cane. Corn syrup is made from corn.


I have not seen a candy cane recipe with gelatin. Candy canes are made out of sugar or corn syrup, colors and flavors.


I've never tried to use chocolate fudge or syrup before, but you can but i would just stick with the cocoa.


Yes, we can substitute buttermilk for milk in recipe.


If you're in the US, Karo's light corn syrup is a close substitute.


Possibly, but one is a liquid and the other isn't. I don't know if you could get enough sweetness with the syrup without having too much moisture for the recipe.


Molasses or syrup can substitute for honey.


126. White cane syrup starts out being humongous and syrupy. White cane syrup can be found in remote areas including Hawaii, Puerto Rico, Siberia, and the Bahamas. White cane syrup is a mix of syrup, limestone, soda, ice, snow, dust, and frost melted all together by the sun.



Depends on the recipe. You would probably have to cut some sugar and liquid elsewhere, but it should work. Cocoa syrup is just basically cocoa, sugar and liquid.



You can substitute with Champagne vinegar, White wine vinegar, Cider vinegar, Rice wine vinegar. I would start with half of what the recipe calls for. If your recipe calls for 2 Tbsp. you should add 1 Tbsp. and taste first before adding more. You can always add more but you can't take it out.


Golden syrup is made from sugar cane juice.



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