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What is a non alcoholic sub for brandy in cookies?

Making cookies that calls for 1/3 cup brandy but I am worried some people won't want that. Ideas?

asked by Lara 24 days ago

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Nancy

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added 24 days ago

Fruit syrup (diluted if it's too thick).
Good quality grape or other fruit juice.

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BerryBaby

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added 24 days ago

Adding a different flavor would depend on the type of cookie.
What is the main flavor of the cookie?

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added 23 days ago

Usually !/3 cup fluid in cookies means that it is integral to the recipe (unlike 1/3 cup fluid in soup). Changing brandy with non-alcoholic sub could be tricky because it could effect the texture (due to alcohol) a lot. Also a lot of alcohol content are baked off during baking so that might not even be an issue. What is the recipe?

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