How to Double or Triple a Recipe Accurately




By Noreen Doll.

I have a recipe for Gingersnaps that makes such a small amount of cookies, that I need to double or triple it most of the time when I make them.

To make it easier to use the correct amount of each ingredient, I have color coded the quantities of ingredients.

How to Double or Triple a Recipe Accurately by Crafty Journal

The single batch of cookies is in red ink.

The double batch recipe is in blue ink.

And the triple batch of cookies is in green ink.

Now I don’t need to figure out the quantity each time I make Gingersnaps, I merely follow the green numbers for a triple batch of cookies, the blue for a double batch, or red for a single batch.

How to Double or Triple a Recipe Accurately by Crafty Journal

And I don’t accidentally use the wrong amount of any ingredient when I’m following the color.

Because this recipe card was becoming very fragile, I covered it with packing tape to preserve it.

If you would like the recipe for Gingersnaps, it is here.

Gingersnaps - A Favorite Family Recipe by Crafty Journal

Gingersnaps – A Favorite Family Recipe

 

Noreen Doll

Crafty Journal

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