C&H Golden Brown Sugar is real brown sugar. Good cooks know that many brands of brown sugar aren't naturally brown at all, rather that they are white sugar sprayed with a coating of molasses. C&H Golden Brown Sugar - 100% pure cane sugar and naturally brown through and through - is the real thing, with the rich, nutty caramel flavor you want from a real brown sugar. Its natural moistness and true cane molasses flavor make it ideal in cookies, shortbread, spiced cakes, brownies and crumble toppings.
To retain moistness, brown sugar is best kept stored in an airtight container, away from light and heat. To soften brown sugar: Brown sugar will occasionally lose its natural moistness and become hard. To restore it, place in oven-proof container, cover and warm in 250 oven until soft - Or - in microwave container, heat on high, checking every 30 seconds. Sugar will be Hot! When soft, immediately measure desired amount. As sugar cools, it will harden.
Sugar Type: brown sugar
Container Material: paper or cardboard
Package Type: individual item multi-serving
Storage State: room temperature
Item Number (DPCI): 261-06-0099
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