1 cup of Sugar mixed with 1 Tbs. of Molasses.
Once you’ve poured in your Molasses just stir the sugar with a fork (or your hands to speed things up) until the molasses has blended into the sugar and the texture begins to resemble the brown sugar you’ve always used. With one big exception: this sugar will be light and fluffy and moist – not a big hard block that is hard to measure and even more difficult to eat!
If you’d like an even stronger taste, darker brown sugar, add in a little more molasses. If you’re not used to making brown sugar at home I would suggest you wait until you’ve made the first batch before adding in more molasses though so you don’t make it up too strong and then ruin your batch.
The brown sugar will store just like store bought in a tight container. I usually make up twice as much as what I may need for a recipe and then store the rest. It’s so easy to make up, I don’t want too much stored so that it doesn’t get old before I need it. It really spoils you having it fresh and moist for your recipes.
Homemade Brown Sugar……Give it a try!
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