Ingredients

How to make it

  • Attach the cutting blade at the bottom of a food processor.
  • Place sugar in the processor bowl.
  • Drizzle molasses over sugar.
  • Blend using the pulse several times scraping down the bottom and side of the bowl at least twice and the cutting blade at least once.
  • Pulse process until a homogenous color.
  • For a darker sugar feel free to add more molasses.

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    chuckieb ate it and said...
    Thanks for the neat tips on making home made brown sugar Points. I gave it a try today. More in IMI11
    Brown Sugar
    05/30/19
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  • Good4U 1 year ago
    The main page feature January 14, 2019
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  • mark555 8 years ago
    Thank you, I have thought about doing this from time to time but never took the leap. You make it so simple.
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  • daddydoug 8 years ago
    Wow, seems obvious when you think about it, but how many people do this? I happen to be out of brown sugar right now, so great timing!
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  • pointsevenout 8 years ago
    In my neck of the woods, light brown sugar cost 40% more and dark brown sugar 99% more than granulated sugar. So this is quite a savings. And you can smell the light fragrance of molasses in the freshly blended mix.
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  • Good4U 8 years ago
    Superb Post! Thanks for sharing.:-)
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  • lafluers 8 years ago
    Hey thanks guy~
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  • ducky20536 8 years ago
    Have never heard of making your own brown sugar. I'm going to now! Thanks.
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  • notyourmomma 8 years ago
    Nicely done.
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