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What can I use to replace powdered coconut nut cream (vegan only please)

My recipe calls for 1/3 of a cup of powdered soy, coconut, or rice milk. I don't have access to any of these in Canada, and I'm baking tomorrow. I really need a substitute. Please help!

asked by cedar over 1 year ago

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cedar
added over 1 year ago

sorry when i said cream, I meant milk

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creamtea
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added over 1 year ago

could you let us know what you are making? Is the powdered coconut milk to be reconstituted with water? Is it an enrichment for a batter?

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cedar
added over 1 year ago

No, it's actually for a maple frosting for cupcakes

Nancy
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added over 1 year ago

In Toronto; I've seen powdered soy milk in regular groceries, health food stores and bulk food chains.
Web search turns up same for dried rice milk.
Dried coconut milk is available at Walnart & Jamaican stores, maybe also at Indian ones
If none available to you locally or in time, use a fine nut powder if the recipe needs a dry ingredient or a soy, coconut or rice milk if a liquid one.

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cedar
added over 1 year ago

ok, thank you!

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