How to substitute stevia in baking and preserves
2 monthes ago - By NZ Life & Leisure
Any baking that uses stevia in place of sugar should be eaten within a couple of days.
Words: Jane Wrigglesworth
Stevia can be used in baking and preserving, but some allowances need to be made.
When baking, if you're taking out the sugar in a recipe, you need to replace it with something else, bulk-wise. That's because 1 teaspoon of refined white stevia and 1½ teaspoons to 1 tablespoon of raw green stevia is equal to 1 cup of sugar in terms of sweetness.
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