How To Make Sugar Free Brown Sugar

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How To Make Sugar Free Brown Sugar

This brown sugar tastes and feels just like brown sugar, but it’s low carb and the perfect substitute! Made with a few ingredients, it’s perfectly fluffy and can be as dark or light as you like!  

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How do you make brown sugar?

The Ingredients- version one

  • Granulated sweetener of choice– A combination of allulose and monk fruit is the best, as they balance out each other and create the perfect sugar. If you don’t have allulose then use erythritol. I don’t recommend using strictly allulose, as the molasses will start to dissolve it. 
  • Molasses– The amount of molasses depends on whether or not you want light brown sugar or dark brown sugar. 

The Ingredients- version two

  • Granulated sweetener of choice– A combination of allulose and monk fruit is the best, as they balance out each other and create the perfect sugar. If you don’t have allulose then use erythritol. I don’t recommend using strictly allulose, as the molasses will start to dissolve it. 
  • Yacon Syrup– This is a liquid sweetener and used as a substitute for molasses. A keto alternative and does not raise your blood sugar.

The Instructions

In a stand mixer fitted with a whisk attachment, add the allulose, monk fruit or erythritol. Drizzle the molasses or yacon syrup over it and start to mix it together at a low speed. Slowly increase the speed and continue mixing until no clumps of molasses remain and the sugar is fluffy. Transfer into a jar or sealable container. 

What is Yacon Syrup?

Yacon Syrup is a natural sweetener extracted from the vegetable root Yacon, similar to potatoes.

The syrup is an excellent sugar replacement with low calories and low carbohydrates. Its also high in potassium and antioxidants. The best addition to our low carb and keto lifestyle.

You can get one here on Amazon

Storing and freezing sugar free brown sugar

  • To store: Like traditional brown sugar, this version can be stored in a sealed container for at least 6 months. 
  • To freeze: Brown sugar has a very long shelf life, but should you want to keep it even longer, you can store it in the freezer. Ensure it is well sealed and away from any fragrant food

How To Make Sugar Free Brown Sugar

Recipe by Lucy ChesnaCourse: DessertCuisine: American
Servings

16

servings
Prep time

2

minutes
Cooking time

5

minutes
Total time

7

minutes

This brown sugar tastes and feels just like brown sugar, but it’s low carb and the perfect substitute! Made with a few ingredients, it’s perfectly fluffy and can be as dark or light as you like!  

Ingredients

  • 1 cup monk fruit

  • 1 cup allulose

  • 1 tablespoon molasses or Yacon syrup

Directions

  • In the mixing bowl of a stand mixer, add your allulose and erythritol. Drizzle the molasses over the top.
  • Turn the mixer on low speed, before gradually moving up to high speed. Continue mixing until no clumps of molasses remain and the texture is fluffy.
  • Transfer the sugar into a sealable container or glass jar.

Notes

  • For dark brown sugar, use 2 tablespoons molasses or yacon syrup

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