Substitute beans for oil or butter for any baking at the same measurement the recipe call for: 1 c oil = 1 c bean puree. The only exception is cookies - use 1/2 butter the and replace the other 1/2 with bean puree. Use the color of bean that would go with the color of what you are making: black beans for chocolate cake, pintos for spice cakes, and white beans for cookies and white cakes.
Cut the calories in your favorite desserts with out sacrificing flavor! Learn how to successfully use food storage beans for butter or oil! Seriously! You can also use bean flour with water for instant bean/butter puree then switch out the sugar with Stevia or a Splenda/brown sugar blend as needed for really healthy desserts.
How to use Food Storage Beans for Butter and/or Oil - Great way to substitute beans in recipes. If your recipe calls for oil use a bean puree. If your recipe calls for butter use cooked, drained beans. To substitute beans for both butter and/or oil you use a 1:1 ration. Check blog for specific instructions. Dried beans are a prepping mainstay so what a GENIUS idea!
Black beans as a substitute for butter or oil in cake recipes. This can be used for science, research, home-ec, etc. Have fun, save money, learn healthy habits, etc.
http://everydayfoodstorage.net/2012/02/07/how-to-use-food-storage-beans-for-butter-andor-oil/food-storage-recipes TIPS FOR USING BEANS FOR OIL AND BUTTER
Interesting blog about storing food in a survival type of scenario, but this idea is interesting - substituting bean puree for butter and oil in baking recipes!
really???? I may have to try this---substitute bean puree for butter/oil in recipes. cheaper, healthier, win/win!
How you can replace butter or oil in a recipe with beans. bake cakes and cookies with beans. (Black beans, White beans, pinto beans)
Replacing Butter and/or Oil with bean puree in recipes