How to Make Brown Sugar When You Invariably Run Out of It

By F&W Editors Posted December 22, 2014

Got everything you need to make cookies except for that one dried-up nub of brown sugar? Follow this super easy demo and you'll be baking in no time.

In the latest episode of Mad Genius Tips season two, F&W Test Kitchen wildman Justin Chapple reveals something so obvious and yet so often overlooked: Brown sugar is white sugar mixed with molasses. So if you head to the cabinet to find everything you need for cookies except for one dried-up nub of brown sugar, follow his super easy demo and you'll be baking in no time.

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