I have a question about the recipe "S'mores Cookies" from Posie Harwood. How many graham cracker squares yield a cup of crumbs? Or how many rectangles (2 squares to a rectangle)?
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one substitution chart I have shows 1.5 cups graham cracker crumbs = 375g. That's about 13 oz, so for one cup use about 9 oz. (I'm not sure how many crackers, but look at your box label and use appropriate amount. E.g., if box is lb, use about half a box.)
It's going to depend some on how they're ground- for my crumb crust recipe, which calls for 1 1/4c. crumbs, I use 10 crackers.
By "cracker" I mean two squares.
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