These Baking Charts Will Turn You Into A Pro In The Kitchen
Missy aka Tizzy
On 3rd January 2018
Have you ever wondered what it truly takes to make the perfect cookie? Do your cakes never come out as dense as you would like? Would you love to have a handy chart that shows you how to properly half your recipes or what you can use to substitute eggs in your recipes? Look no further! We have all the charts that you will ever need to be a pro in your kitchen.
The Perfect Chocolate Chip Cookies
Have you ever tried to bake the perfect batch of chocolate chip cookies only to have them come out flat or crumbly? The creators of Handle the Heat made this super helpful chocolate chip cookie guide that will show you why there is so much variation in your cookies depending on how they are cooked.
You can see how melted butter will make your cookies look shiny with crackled tops and crisp edges. Chilling your dough will make your cookies more cake-like and chewy. These examples really teach you a lot about how your cookies will turn out. Be sure to bookmark this article for future reference.
Baking Conversion Chart
You definitely want to be precise when you are baking in order to get the best results possible. After all, you want your baked goods to be something to brag about. This chart comes from The Java Cupcake and will help you decipher metric measurements for sugar, flour, butter, and cream. This is a huge help when sampling recipes from other parts of the world who still use the metric system.
Baking Temperature Comparison
One of the main keys to baking the perfect cake is oven temperature. Summer Stone from The Cake Blog took the guessing out by creating this chart that shows what some cakes will look like when baked at various different temperatures. You can clearly see how a cake baked at 300 degrees produces a light, fluffy cake with a pale outer crust while a cake baked at 400 degrees will produce a dark outer crust and a rough texture.