Some ingredients to use as a substitution for milk in recipes include almond milk, rice milk, juice and evaporated milk mixed with water. Cooks can also generally use skim, whole and 2 percent milk interchangeably as nee... More »

A good substitute for evaporated milk is to combine one-quarter cup of half-and-half with three-quarter cups of whole milk to make one cup of evaporated milk. This is a suitable replacement for recipes that require a sma... More »

Dissolve 1 1/2 cups sugar into 1 12-fluid ounce can evaporated milk as a sweetened condensed milk substitute. Let it cool before using. For a non-milk based substitution, mix 2 eggs, 1 cup brown sugar, 1 teaspoon vanilla... More »

A good substitute for Worcestershire sauce will depend on the ingredients that are available; however, using an equal amount of soy sauce or other substitution with soy sauce and tamari might be suitable. These substitut... More »

For each cup of whole milk called for in a recipe, substitute one-half cup of evaporated milk and one-half cup of water to achieve the same creaminess and richness of whole milk. More »

Heavy cream is a whipping cream that has a milk fat content between 36 and 40 percent. It is a chef staple for use in sauces, cakes, soups and beverages. There are several substitution options to use instead of heavy cre... More »

Some common substitutions for recipe ingredients include applesauce for oil, lemon juice for vinegar, sugar and molasses for brown sugar, and milk and lemon juice for buttermilk. To make the buttermilk substitute, combin... More »