Help with my muffins,replace strawberries with seedless preserves?

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Help with my muffins,replace strawberries with seedless preserves?

kinky girlfriend kinky girlfriend
hey can't have seeds so got smukers sedless strawberry...this is the recipe now how do I do this? I don't know anything about how much to use or wat else I need to do...

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must leave out whole weat flour and use all white,I CANNOT tolerate it I'm already near having diarreah and I'm sick too lol just so u get it and don't say use it haha..

don't have almond extrat but vanilla..I have no way to the store or desire to go tonight already went I'm sick and wal mart was out of some things I went to pick up RRR LOL
09/07/2010
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Chilipepper Chilipepper
Okay, from what I can gather, using the jam will be okay - it'll be more dispersed in the recipe since it's not as chunky as using real strawberries. Because of the sugar content of the jam, I'd say just go with half a cup of the jam or use a whole cup and cut out the rest of the sugar in the recipe (the muffin 'cake' will be less sweet, but the jam makes up for it). Vanilla extract is fine, the almond is just to give it a 'twist'.

Hope this helps, and take care yourself, honey.
09/07/2010
kinky girlfriend kinky girlfriend
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Originally posted by kinky girlfriend
hey can't have seeds so got smukers sedless strawberry...this is the recipe now how do I do this? I don't know anything about how much to use or wat else I need to do...

link

must leave out whole weat flour and use all white,I ...
I'm sorry I posted this question twice...I couldn't find my post and I searched then didn't se it either..but now I do. SORRY
09/07/2010
kinky girlfriend kinky girlfriend
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Originally posted by Chilipepper
Okay, from what I can gather, using the jam will be okay - it'll be more dispersed in the recipe since it's not as chunky as using real strawberries. Because of the sugar content of the jam, I'd say just go with half a cup of the jam or ...
omg t hanks for your help! I think I'll go with half a cup of jam...hey I can't seem to find the muffin tin should I use a heart shaped shallow pan..a baking pan...um a round pie one..maybe a bread pan?
09/07/2010
kinky girlfriend kinky girlfriend
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Originally posted by Chilipepper
Okay, from what I can gather, using the jam will be okay - it'll be more dispersed in the recipe since it's not as chunky as using real strawberries. Because of the sugar content of the jam, I'd say just go with half a cup of the jam or ...
oh ya does this recipe work with seedless blueberry and some others?

there wouldn't be any fiber in the preserves? it doesn't list any....u know insoluble fiber found in fruits and veggies...
09/07/2010
kinky girlfriend kinky girlfriend
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Originally posted by Chilipepper
Okay, from what I can gather, using the jam will be okay - it'll be more dispersed in the recipe since it's not as chunky as using real strawberries. Because of the sugar content of the jam, I'd say just go with half a cup of the jam or ...
wat is 3/4 + 3/4 cup? lol sorry is that about 2 cups or 1.5 I've no idea
09/07/2010
Chilipepper Chilipepper
I use breadloaf pans when using muffin recipes, just add a few more minutes to the baking time.

Any other jam would work as well (try marmalade if you can handle orange rind). The jam/jelly process usually kills off any nutrient value of fruit, including fiber (breaks it down).

And 2X3/4 is 1 1/2 cups.
09/07/2010
kinky girlfriend kinky girlfriend
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Originally posted by Chilipepper
I use breadloaf pans when using muffin recipes, just add a few more minutes to the baking time.

Any other jam would work as well (try marmalade if you can handle orange rind). The jam/jelly process usually kills off any nutrient value of ...
no orange rind, It appears no matter wat I eat when I'm sick even cream of rice NOTHING sits well. not becaue of flu..but hopefully I'm ok tommorow...but I should really hurry and get started getting late but I don't want to move LOL If I just wanna grab somethin to eat this may be perfect..
09/07/2010
kinky girlfriend kinky girlfriend
Quote:
Originally posted by Chilipepper
I use breadloaf pans when using muffin recipes, just add a few more minutes to the baking time.

Any other jam would work as well (try marmalade if you can handle orange rind). The jam/jelly process usually kills off any nutrient value of ...
can it taste good using 1/4 cup sugar..
09/07/2010
kinky girlfriend kinky girlfriend
Quote:
Originally posted by Chilipepper
I use breadloaf pans when using muffin recipes, just add a few more minutes to the baking time.

Any other jam would work as well (try marmalade if you can handle orange rind). The jam/jelly process usually kills off any nutrient value of ...
one more thing don't have the soymilk..have vanilla almond...can I leave out the lemon or not there is lemon juice concentrate in the "spreadable fruit"
09/07/2010
Chilipepper Chilipepper
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Originally posted by kinky girlfriend
can it taste good using 1/4 cup sugar..
It might be a little too sweet, but if you can tolerate it and like the sweetness, go for it. The jams use a lot of sugar themselves, that's why I'm hesitant about putting too much into the batter. Do remember that the jam will blend into the batter, too, so it'll be a lovely dark pink color.

Lemon juice is added to regular milk to help it 'sour' to become buttermilk. I'm not entirely sure how lemon would react to almond milk.
09/07/2010
kinky girlfriend kinky girlfriend
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Originally posted by Chilipepper
It might be a little too sweet, but if you can tolerate it and like the sweetness, go for it. The jams use a lot of sugar themselves, that's why I'm hesitant about putting too much into the batter. Do remember that the jam will blend into the ...
I also have origional flavor rice milk..so if I use 1/2 cup preserves how much sugar or leave it out sorry confused..if u can figure out this milk dilema let me know..sorry can't tolerate any dairy at all. I made a mistake today I didn't eat much for a few days I was starving there was tuna helper on the stove full of dairy I downed a bowl and I am suffering I know retarded..
09/07/2010
Chilipepper Chilipepper
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Originally posted by kinky girlfriend
I also have origional flavor rice milk..so if I use 1/2 cup preserves how much sugar or leave it out sorry confused..if u can figure out this milk dilema let me know..sorry can't tolerate any dairy at all. I made a mistake today I didn't eat ...
My dad has diverticulitis, so he can't have nuts, seeds, and spicy stuff - and he loves all three, but we've had to adjust our cooking in the household. It becomes second nature after a while.

I'd say the 1/2 cup preserves with the 1/4 cup sugar will be safe. You can always adjust the recipe for next time if you find it isn't sweet enough.

You can try to see if the lemon juice works in 'souring' the rice milk - no harm in trying. It'll thicken up and take on a very tart taste when done right. Buttermilk helps keep a degree of moistness in the baked goods. Regular milk will make it a little drier, but it will still be fine to use your 'regular' milk.
09/07/2010
kinky girlfriend kinky girlfriend
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Originally posted by Chilipepper
My dad has diverticulitis, so he can't have nuts, seeds, and spicy stuff - and he loves all three, but we've had to adjust our cooking in the household. It becomes second nature after a while.

I'd say the 1/2 cup preserves with the ...
I heard something about apple cider to sour rice milk but forget.. ok so will use rice milk..wat if I leave out the lemon juice and juse use the milk..dont' think I have a lemon..might
09/07/2010
kinky girlfriend kinky girlfriend
Quote:
Originally posted by Chilipepper
My dad has diverticulitis, so he can't have nuts, seeds, and spicy stuff - and he loves all three, but we've had to adjust our cooking in the household. It becomes second nature after a while.

I'd say the 1/2 cup preserves with the ...
I heard something about apple cider to sour rice milk but forget.. ok so will use rice milk..wat if I leave out the lemon juice and juse use the milk..dont' think I have a lemon..might

hope 1 loaf pan is enough to hold it all..its all I have
09/07/2010
Chilipepper Chilipepper
The lemon juice is only for the milk souring, so don't worry about it. (And I know vinegar can be used in regular milk, so maybe cider vinegar can work for rice milk - experiment!)
09/07/2010
kinky girlfriend kinky girlfriend
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Originally posted by Chilipepper
The lemon juice is only for the milk souring, so don't worry about it. (And I know vinegar can be used in regular milk, so maybe cider vinegar can work for rice milk - experiment!)
ok in oven now..look more grey colored LOL and I tasted the batter really tasted baking soda YUCK LOL. It means alot that u are helping me. I don't know what els I could do. IF the muffins come out and the recipe seems ok with my tummy they would be the perfect thing to make every week actually just use a diffrent flavor evrytime LOL.
09/07/2010
Chilipepper Chilipepper
Here's hoping. *crosses fingers*

I just made my first batch of oatmeal chocolate chip cookies for the Eden staff. My family took off with half of them - they assured me they were delish (I'm abstaining from sugar, so I can't taste them to make sure they turned out right). Had to adjust the recipe a bit ... if you use margarine instead of butter you can omit any extra salt, using more flour will give a lighter texture to cookies, etc.

Baking is like jazz - you have the piece to work with but you can also improvise as you go.
09/07/2010
kinky girlfriend kinky girlfriend
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Originally posted by Chilipepper
Here's hoping. *crosses fingers*

I just made my first batch of oatmeal chocolate chip cookies for the Eden staff. My family took off with half of them - they assured me they were delish (I'm abstaining from sugar, so I can't taste ...
UMM they don't look right or taste right either..I mean their edible I won't be like nasty and spit it out but someone else would have trashed it..but I think I shouldn't waste it..

took a pic will upload within wens-thurs if I find the thing my sd card goes in
09/08/2010
Chilipepper Chilipepper
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Originally posted by kinky girlfriend
UMM they don't look right or taste right either..I mean their edible I won't be like nasty and spit it out but someone else would have trashed it..but I think I shouldn't waste it..

took a pic will upload within wens-thurs if I ...
Damn. Sorry about that. I deeply apologize.
09/08/2010
kinky girlfriend kinky girlfriend
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Originally posted by Chilipepper
Damn. Sorry about that. I deeply apologize.
actually I will be throwing it out lol YUCK. Maybe I can get some help on the ibs boards. its ok...maybe a muffin pan would have been better for such a modified recipe? maybe the rice milk made it hard to cook who knows..
09/08/2010
Hannah Savage Hannah Savage
A resource that I use a lot when I am out of something and have to substitute is The Cook's Thesaurus. It is a website that is extremely easy to navigate and has helped me every time I have run out of eggs, buttermilk, etc.

Substituting items in baking is far more difficult and requires more knowledge/research than with cooking. Baking is extremely complex in terms of science, and requires specific enzymes, molecules and structure to get the finished product to where we expect it to be. Whereas with cooking you can add a dash of this or that to create a different flavor with ease, and not have to worry half as much about how it will turn out.

Sorry to hear that your muffins didn't come out right. Maybe next time!
09/08/2010
kinky girlfriend kinky girlfriend
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Originally posted by Chilipepper
Damn. Sorry about that. I deeply apologize.
lol if u are up to it u can get the same jam and recipe and try to make it and see how it works..but i don't know if u have rice milk or almond milk at home..but it was just a thought lol

I've given up on this for a while and am moving on to somethin else don't know when
09/09/2010
kinky girlfriend kinky girlfriend
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Originally posted by Hannah Savage
A resource that I use a lot when I am out of something and have to substitute is The Cook's Thesaurus. It is a website that is extremely easy to navigate and has helped me every time I have run out of eggs, buttermilk, etc.

Substituting ...
thank u well if they do and i'll let everyone know wat I found out.
09/09/2010
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