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"I am going to be making gingerbread cookies and realized I'm a few tablespoons short of the called for amount of molasses. I hate to go run out and buy a whole new bottle, but I also don't have honey or corn syrup to substitute.
Now, seeing as I'm not crazy for the flavor of molasses, and I don't mind my gingerbread being more spicy than sweet, ..."
Dec 12, 2012 on Food.com
"I have an old recipe for sugar cookies that specifically calls for cake flour, I have used the substitute using all-purpose flour and cornstarch before, but today I've realized I'm out of cornstarch.
Will my cookies still turn out if I use only all-purpose flour? Will the texture be more dense? I won't mind a harder cookie, as before when I have..."
Dec 22, 2011 on Food.com