SUGAR

The Secret Ingredient Swap To Make Your Desserts Less Sweet

You'll get even more flavor, too!
Sugar plays a big role in your desserts. It not only offers sweetness, but it also gives moisture and stability to your baked goods. That's because sugar is a wet ingredient, not a dry ingredient. For example, if you remove the sugar in a chocolate ...

Want To Use Less Sugar When Baking? These Are The Tips You Need To Know

You don't need to give up your favorite cookie!
Baked goods, especially desserts, are all about sweetness. If you’ve ever tried a recipe and fell in love with the flavor but not the tooth-aching level of sweetness, it must have left your heart broken. Thankfully, it’s well within your power to ...

Here's What You Need To Know About Powdered Sugar vs. Confectioner's Sugar

So you know what type of sugar you are grabbing at the store.
The world of baking is hard enough without the ingredients confusing you, too. If you’ve always wondered what powdered sugar is and how it’s different from confectioner’s sugar, here are all the details you need to know:That’s right. It’s the same thing. ...

Love Baking? Here's What You Should Know About the Different Kinds of Sugars

Dessert wouldn't be dessert without sugar!
When it comes to baking and cooking, sugar contributes so much more than just sweetness. Sugar adds flavor and texture, depending on what type you use for your desserts. Each type of sugar will yield different results, too. Here is a quick ...

Don't Be Afraid of Using Sugar in the Kitchen: It Can Help Keep Your Cupcakes Moist!

Plus, more reasons why sugar is helpful in both cooking and baking!
While sugar gets a lot of bad rap in the health department, it’s a pantry staple for a reason. This versatile ingredient is a favorite in both cooking and baking, and holds many functions in food prep methods aside from making your ...

How to Caramelize Sugar for Leche Flan, Nut Brittle, and Saba Bananas

Follow these simple steps to make this golden syrup!
Caramelizing sugar may seem intimidating but follow these simple steps, and you’ll be able to make golden syrup in no time!Use caramel when making leche flan, caramelized nuts and nut brittles, and creamy caramel sauce. You can also cook your minatamis na ...

Yema Recipe

These are made with the simplest ingredients: eggs and sugar. One piece is never enough.
These little yema balls are made with the simplest ingredients—eggs and sugar—yet they taste so good that one piece is never enough. When forming them into balls, dust hands with sugar to keep the mixture from sticking to your palms. ...

WATCH: How to Make French Toast with Cinnamon and Mangoes

Who doesn't love French toast?
Make mornings sweeter by topping French toast with flavored sugar, honey, and fresh fruits!CLICK HERE for more FRENCH TOAST RECIPES. ...

WATCH: How to Measure Brown Sugar

Are you measuring brown sugar right?
Properly measured brown sugar holds the shape of the measuring cup even when it's turned out. Watch the video for tips to make sure you're adding the right amount of brown sugar to your dishes and baked treats. ALSO READ: WATCH: How ...

Kitchen Newbie's Guide to Sugar

Which kind of sugar should you have in your pantry?
Aside from the usual white and brown varieties, there are other kinds of sugar you can use in your cooking. Here’s a quick guide to the 6 most common ones you’ll find.White sugar is the type that most households have in their ...

Apple Tart

The silkiness of the custard gives contrast to the bite from the apples and the nuts in the crust.
The silkiness of the custard gives contrast to the bite from the apples and the nuts in the crust. Truly a perfect marriage. ...

Polvoron

Add oomph, by tossing in toasted pinipig, nuts, or crushed cookies just before the final mix!
For some oomph, toss in toasted pinipig, nuts, or crushed cookies just before the final mix at the end of step 2. ...

Corn Muffins

These high-fiber goodies use muscovado sugar to get that kick of molasses flavor.
Perfect for breakfast! These high-fiber goodies use muscovado sugar to get that kick of molasses flavor. ...
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