Adding sugarcane molasses to refined white sugar makes brown sugar. While it seems counterintuitive adding the molasses back in is a process that can be easily controlled and keeps production costs low.
Dark brown sugar has a higher molasses content than light brown, meaning the flavor is darker, richer, and huskier. You’ll find more of a blackstrap-y, caramel flavor. In addition, its higher moisture content keeps baked goods soft.
|Basic Preparation||Ready to add to any recipe as directed, as no preparation is required.|
|Recommended Applications||This product is ideal for canning and baking. Use for glazes or sweetening squash. Another way to use this product is adding it to baked recipes or in a barbecue sauce.|
|Handling / Storage||To be stored in a cool, dry place.|
|Country of Origin||United States|
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