What Do I Use In Place of Cane Sugar?
I am super excited to share this awesome and simple post with you all today! What is it? Homemade powdered sugar. But this homemade powdered sugar isn’t made from granulated cane sugar, it is made with granulated honey or dehydrated powdered maple syrup.
Granulated honey and powdered maple syrup are simply dehydrated and sold in granulated form. This is great when you are creating glazes or cooking a recipe that requires very little liquid.
I know it sounds different, but I wanted to share with you another alternative to powdered sugar that might please your taste buds all the same.
This recipe will take you less then a minute to whip up and it taste AMAZING!
- In a high powdered blender (like a Blendtec or Vitamix) place the granulated honey or maple syrup into a dry blender.
- Put on low speed and gradually work your way up to high speed and blend for 15-30 seconds or until a fine powder forms.
- Add in arrowroot powder and turn on blender for another 10 seconds.
- Store powdered honey/maple syrup in an airtight container in the pantry.
Making A Simple Glaze With This Homemade Powdered Sugar
Once you make this delicious powdered sugar, you can make a delicious glaze to top your scones, cookies or even your favorite cake.
Why not even make some yummy gluten free and grain free glazed donuts that I feature in my Gluten Free & Grain Free Breads Batters and Doughs Cookbook!
I mean really…don’t you just want to sink your teeth into these?
Stay Tuned For This Recipe…
Or how about these amazing scones? Yep, I will post this delicious recipe later this week…they are incredible! And the glaze…oh the glaze, it really makes this recipe.
Here is a simple glaze to make. Add it to your favorite scones, cookies or even your favorite cake recipe!
- 1/4 cup homemade powdered sugar (see recipe above)
- 1 tbsp coconut milk or raw heavy cream
- Place the homemade powdered sugar into a small bowl and add the coconut milk or cream.
- With a fork, mix together until a thick glaze forms.
- If glaze is to thin add some more powdered sugar. If glaze is to thick, add some more liquid.
- Pour over cooled treats. Be sure that the item you pour the glaze on is completely cooled.
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