Did you know that you can make your own Homemade Brown Sugar with just two ingredients? Yup, it’s quite simple. All you will need is sugar and molasses.
Homemade Brown Sugar
If I had a dime for every time I have run out of brown sugar when I was cooking and baking, I would be a wealthy woman! Since both Mike and I spend quite a bit of time in the kitchen, we quite often will run out of items needed for our recipes. I try to keep a running list on the reusable shopping list but too often one of us will forget to add to it.
I was all set to enjoy my oatmeal for breakfast yesterday morning. I was craving brown sugar on my oatmeal. I hit the pantry scouring for a new bag because the brown sugar canister was empty. I guess the hubby used up the last of the brown sugar and had not added it to the shopping list. GRRRR! I was not a happy woman, ha ha.
To my amazement, you can make your own homemade brown sugar with just two simple ingredients. The next time you find yourself in a pinch, you will be thanking me for this recipe, lol. Just grab some sugar and molasses. Then toss it in your food processor and give it a whirl. You could also use a mixer if you do not have a food processor.
1 cup Sugar
1 tbsp Molasses
Combine ingredients in a food processor or blender and pulse until well blended.
Store remaining brown sugar in an airtight container.
I love that the internet is so full with information. This recipe will save me when in a pinch. It seems so frequent that I run out of kitchen staples and need something to save me. This was one of those recipes. I love it! It tasted the same as prepared brown sugar.
Do you find yourself running low on items when you are in the middle of cooking or baking? I wonder if you have a meltdown the way I do, ha ha.
Homemade Brown Sugar
- 1 cup Sugar
- 1 tbsp Molasses
- Combine ingredients in a food processor or blender and pulse until well blended.
- Store remaining brown sugar in an airtight container.
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