Thursday, December 22, 2011

Homemade Brown Sugar





The recipe was originally found HERE at babble blogs.

"Brown sugar is essentially white sugar with molasses added – the darker the brown sugar the more molasses it contains. To make basic golden brown sugar, you’ll need a ratio of about 1 cup white sugar to 1 Tbsp. dark molasses. Work the two together with a fork, or use an electric mixer. It will clump together at first, but eventually blend in completely, and look exactly like the brown sugar you get by the bag. Use it just as you would use any brown sugar in a recipe.
If you want darker brown sugar, simply add a bit more molasses. Simple. Store extras in a tightly sealed container to prevent it from drying out."

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1 Little Bit People Said...:

Maury said...

I had no idea! I thought sugar must be brown to start with and white sugar was bleached out like flour!

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