Despite its name and thick consistency, buttermilk is not loaded with butter (or fat). The name merely reflects its butter-making beginnings—it was the milky liquid left over after butter was churned.
Looking for a few homemade nibbles that won't cash out your calorie reserve? Want to lighten up your most-requested goodies?
Whether you're stirring up a batch of from-scratch cookies or making a packaged cake mix, eggs are usually among the ingredients.
That soft meringue —likely the best known—is just one of three types of meringue. The other two are boiled or Italian meringue, used in cooked frostings…and hard meringue, which is often formed into cookies.
Most people agree that eating is one of the greatest joys in life. That doesn't have to change just because you have diabetes.
You don't have to be a chocoholic to enjoy a tender slice of chocolate cake or a chewy chocolate cookie.
There are simple ways to make your favorite cookies, brownies and bars healthier.
The rules for low-fat baking are completely different from those for traditional full-fat baking.
When it comes to trimming the fat from cakes, breads and other home-baked goodies, applesauce has bushels of appeal! Applesauce and other fruit purees can serve as slimming substitutes for the shortening, oil, butter or margarine often called for in recipes.
This tangy dairy treat also serves as a great substitute for high-fat ingredients in baking. It cuts the fat and adds a creamy texture and tenderness to your recipes. Plus, it's packed with protein and calcium.