Each of us has experienced this before. You want to bake a cake, and then you get so upset that the butter just ran out, or there isn’t enough flour for the amount stated in the recipe, that you forgot to buy cream, or you don’t have any eggs in the house at all. Where did the eggs go? Are there any eggs left there? :-/
If you don’t have a chicken coop behind your house, go to the nearest supermarket, good or bad. Maybe you’re lucky, and the supermarket around the corner is still open. But what if you don’t? And what to do if it’s Sunday or a holiday and all shops are closed? Or maybe you don’t have the time or desire to go out again. But you will definitely want to bake the cake.
But none of this is a problem because almost any ingredient is replaceable and has a potential substitute. If you’ve ever missed something that was lost, forgotten, or intolerable, the following list shows how to exchange that ingredient.
Unfortunately, I cannot guarantee that your cake or whatever you make will be 100% successful. Every recipe is different, and even small changes can result in a different order. But still don’t panic as the saying goes: “The proof of the pudding is in the eating.”