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Two Ingredient, Two Step, Homemade Brown Sugar!

I’m so excited about doing this post! I can’t tell you how many times I’ve thrown away a practically full bag of brown sugar because I didn’t use it before it dried up. Then I wind up going out to purchase another bag only to repeat the cycle. If you’ve done this too, you won’t have to anymore!

This is a SIMPLE two ingredient, two step, homemade brown sugar recipe that’s going to save you money and time as well as a few gallons of gas. 😉

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Ingredients:

  • Molasses
  • White Sugar

Put one cup of plain white sugar and 1 1/2 tablespoons of molasses into a bowl.

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Now, just use a little elbow grease to incorporate the ingredients. It’s going to go from looking like this..

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To looking like this…

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That’s it! You’ve just made your first batch of homemade brown sugar! Now, you’ll never have to go through the annoying cycle of buying a new bag and tossing it a few weeks later. You can just make what you need.

I hope this post saves you some money!

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Comments

  1. Dora Bennage says:

    Over seven years ago I purchased (with a coupon of course!) a “Brown Sugar Bear” at Bed, Bath & Beyond. Really it’s just a small bear made out of a clay like substance. You soak him in a full glass of tap water for a few minutes and then just drop him in canister to keep your brown sugar moist. He lasts a long time and when your sugar begins to dry out just soak the bear again. I buy brown sugar usually on sale (and with a coupon). Since I don’t use brown sugar that often a small two pound bag lasts me a long time utilizing the bear. My kids used to compete over who got to give the bear a bath in the water glass!