Many recipes call for brown sugar, but store-bought brown sugar uses processed and refined sugar. By making your own brown sugar, you can avoid toxins and control the quality of the ingredients AND save money. Win-win! This simple and easy brown sugar recipe only calls for two ingredients and looks delicious. Give it a try!
“On your real food journey, have you ever missed having brown sugar in the house?
Like many, once our family started on our real food journey, one of the first changes we made was to avoid heavily processed sugar, which most certainly included the heavily-refined sugars at the store – and brown sugar among them.
Instead, we use whole cane sugar in its various forms – evaporated cane crystals, sucanat, rapadura, etc – which works well in most applications, but for things like powdered sugar and brown sugar – well, not so much. Sometimes there are just no substitutes, and for at least a couple of years, we just went without.
But then I discovered, just like with homemade powdered sugar, it’s actually incredibly easy to make your own brown sugar.
Want to know how easy? Look:”