You know those moments where you’re sitting, looking at a recipe & thinking to yourself “my god that’s a lot of butter”.
You sit there scratching your head & wondering about whether or not you should reduce it, replace it with oil, or maybe find some other substitute for it.
Don’t. Just don’t to it.
Instead what you should do is take out a calculator & divide it by the number of portions the recipe says it’s going to make & just plane realize that realistically speaking, when it comes right down to it, it really isn’t all that much.
I tried to do that earlier in the week. I was looking at one of my old recipes thinking about how I could adapt it into something new & gluten-free, maybe even put a healthy spin on it by throwing in some whole oats, so I cut out almost half of the butter & sugar.
Big mistake. I should have taken my own advice.
Actually, I sat there looking at the by product & wondering “what in the world have I done?!”.
I can’t accept failures as failures though. They down-right irritate the living daylights out of me. So I worked myself up into a fluster, went out & topped up on all the ingredients I’d run out of, & today I finally got my butt back in the kitchen to make things right!
Oh, and did I ever make them right!!!! I even threw in some fresh blackberries… mmm mmm mmm.