Lindsay Ann Bakes: {VIDEO} How To Soften & Properly Measure Brown Sugar | Baking 101: Quick, Easy Tips & Tricks

Wednesday, February 19, 2014

{VIDEO} How To Soften & Properly Measure Brown Sugar | Baking 101: Quick, Easy Tips & Tricks

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DID YOU SEE THE ALL-NEW VIDEO ON MY YOUTUBE CHANNEL (youtube.com/LindsayAnnBakes), TODAY?!  

In this Baking 101 Video, we start with the basics, as I show you how to properly measure brown sugar for your recipe, and soften it up if it has hardened and dried out!

Watch the video below or click here to view it on YouTube
 



Click the links below to check out some great recipes that use brown sugar:

Cinnamon Roll French Toast (my favorite breakfast ever!) 
This twist on my classic "best french toast ever recipe", takes breakfast to a whole new level! Imagine an ooey gooey cream cheese glaze swirled on top of your favorite french toast stuffed with a decadent warm cinnamon roll filling... YUM! This is quite possibly one of my favorite breakfasts ever, considering it combines my love for french toast and the undeniable deliciousness warm gooey cinnamon roll.

Who knew making gourmet caramel corn at home was this easy?! The crunchy popcorn smothered in the sweet homemade caramel layer is one of my favorite {non-chocolate} snacks ever. Serve it at a party or package it up in little baggies for a great party favor or special homemade gift.

This giant version of the classic cinnamon-sugar coated cookies comes simply from baking my small-batch snickerdoodle recipe, which yields 8 regular cookies, into one ginormous cookie.

How To Soften & Properly Measure Brown Sugar

First, break up any clumps with a fork. If your brown sugar has hardened simply place a damp paper towel over the sugar and microwave for a few seconds at a time until softened again.

Gently, pack brown sugar down into your measuring cup/spoon.

Drag a flat edge across the top of the measuring cup/spoon to level off the top.

 Release sugar into your mixing bowl. It should retain it's shape but not be too packed, so it doesn't easily fall apart when stirred.

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