Granulated Brown Sugar (Ounce)
Granulated Brown Sugar is a free-flowing sugar that steps in for brown sugar by being convenient and easy to replace at a 1 cup to 1 cup ratio. This is a dry brown sugar, meaning it is less likely to clump up or get hard. Granulated Brown Sugar is perfect to use in baked goods, sauces, soups, and as a finishing sugar on things like sweet potato casserole or an apple pie.
Granulated Brown Sugar has less moisture to it than your standard light or dark brown sugar. Therefore, it can be poured freely and it is less likely to clump up. This is the main difference between standard brown sugars and Granulated Brown Sugars.
Granulated Brown Sugar is a dry brown sugar and functions more like white sugar than brown sugar in baking. It is not recommended for making things like brown sugar cookies. Try it wherever light brown sugar is called for. You wouldn't want to use this as a replacement for dark brown sugar as the molasses flavor of this sugar is much less pronounced than it would be in dark brown sugar, but using it as a replacement for either light brown sugar or even white sugar are fine. You can use this sugar on bacon, nuts, and in meat rubs. Its good sprinkled on roasted vegetables, oatmeal, cereals, and on sticky sweet rice dishes. Combine with cinamon and toss over apple slices for a quick, delicious snack that can be eaten as is or with peanut butter.