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Alcohol Substitutes for Recipes
« on: October 22, 2014, 10:01:25 AM »
Alcohol Substitutes for Recipes

Amaretto: nonalcoholic almond extract; orgeat Italian
soda syrup; or marzipan.

Applejack or apple brandy: Unsweetened apple juice
concentrate; apple juice; apple cider; or apple butter.

Apricot brandy: Syrup from canned apricots in heavy
syrup; or apricot preserves.

Bourbon: Nonalcoholic vanilla extract.

Champagne and other sparkling wines: Sparkling apple
cider; sparkling cranberry juice; or sparkling grape juice.

Cherry liqueur or brandy: Syrup from canned cherries
in heavy syrup; Italian soda cherry syrup; or cherry preserves.

Coffee liqueur or brandy: Espresso; nonalcoholic
coffee extract; or coffee syrup.

Creme de cacao: Powdered white chocolate mixed with
water; non- alcoholic vanilla extract and powdered sugar.

Creme de cassis: Black currant Italian soda syrup; or
black currant jam.

Creme de menthe: Mint Italian soda syrup; or
non-alcoholic mint extract.

Gewurztraminer: White grape juice mixed with lemon
juice, water, and a pinch of powdered sugar.

Licorice or anise flavored liqueur: Anise Italian soda
syrup; or fennel.

Mirin: White grape juice mixed with lemon juice or
zest.

Muscat: White grape juice mixed with water and
powdered sugar

Orange liqueur or brandy: Unsweetened orange juice
concentrate; orange zest; orange juice; or marmalade.

Peach brandy: Syrup from canned peaches in heavy
syrup; or use peach preserves.

Peppermint schnapps: Mint Italian soda syrup;
nonalcoholic mint extract; or mint leaves

Port: Concord grape juice mixed with lime zest; or
cranberry juice mixed with lemon juice

Red wine: Grape juice; vegetable stock; cranberry
juice; tomato juice; or concord grape jelly.

Riesling: White grape juice mixed with water and a
pinch of powdered sugar.

Rum: Nonalcoholic vanilla or rum extract.

Sherry: Apple cider; nonalcoholic vanilla extract;
coffee; or coffee syrup.

Vermouth: Apple cider; or apple juice mixed with lemon
juice and water.

Vodka: Water; apple cider or white grape juice mixed
with lime juice.

White wine: White grape juice; apple cider; apple
juice; vegetable stock; or water.



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Re: Alcohol Substitutes for Recipes
« Reply #1 on: October 22, 2014, 03:09:36 PM »
Thank you  I have had recipes that called for a certian alcoholic flavor I didn't have