Flavored Sugar Recipes
Flavoring sugars is a fun and creative project! These make great food gifts ideas-from unique wedding favors to homemade Christmas gifts-add your imagination to some raw sugar, and voila! Another quick and fun project from easy-home-made!
I made several different flavors but this raspberry flavored sugar is my favorite! It has just 2 simple ingredients and it's so yummy and beautiful!
1. Use one cup of sugar. I used a nice organic raw sugar but just a regular granulated sugar will work beautifully as well.
2. Add 3 raspberries, blended in a magic bullet or processor.
3. Mix thoroughly, getting out all of the lumps.
4. Now let it dry completely for a couple of days. When it's no longer wet, give it a couple of quick zips in the magic bullet or food processor. The sugar and raspberry mix will make a wonderfully pink color and is a great addition to cookies, cupcakes or even your morning grapefruit.
You can get these great little vintage bottles here!
This makes a nice indulgent gift for teachers, co-workers or yourself!
More Flavored Sugar Recipes
Cocoa Flavored Sugar
Add 1/4 Cup unsweetened cocoa to 1 Cup of sugar.
Sprinkle on top of your whipped cream or hot buttered toast!
Lavender Flavored Sugar
Chop 2T lavender into tiny pieces in your food processor. Add 1 Cup of sugar and process well.
Add to fresh lemon water or to your hot tea.
Peppermint Flavored Sugar
Add several freshly crushed peppermint leaves to 1 Cup sugar. Tightly cover for 2 weeks.
Great in hot or cold teas or try rimming your favorite cocktail!
Lemon Zest Flavored Sugar
Zest a lemon and dry the zest completely in a 200 degree oven. Add to 1 Cup sugar and let ruminate for 4 weeks.
Add to chamomile tea or sprinkle on your blueberry muffins!
Vanilla Bean Flavored Sugar
Add the seeds of 1 freshly sliced vanilla bean to 1 Cup sugar. After stirring together, add the bean pod for additional flavor.
Excellent in cookies or stirred into your morning coffee.
Almond Flavored Sugar
Easy~Peasy recipe! Simply add 2 tsp of almond (or any) extract to 1Cup of sugar. Mix well & dry thoroughly.
A delightful addition to your morning coffee and cream.
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