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Strawberry infused sugar from scratch.
Ok, this is so ridiculously easy I almost feel bad for calling it a recipe. You can make this in a quick minute and use it just like you'd use any other infused sugar.

Posted by MagicalGirlMaya from Dallas, Texas, United States • Published See MagicalGirlMaya's 206 projects »
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  • How to make sugar. Strawberry Sugar  - Step 1
    Step 1

    Put one cup of sugar in the food processor.

  • How to make sugar. Strawberry Sugar  - Step 2
    Step 2

    Add as many of the freeze dried strawberries as you wish. I added about a handful because I really wanted a lot of strawberry flavor.

  • How to make sugar. Strawberry Sugar  - Step 3
    Step 3

    Then you just blitz it up until you fully incorporate everything and the strawberries have been pulverized.

  • How to make sugar. Strawberry Sugar  - Step 4
    Step 4

    Figure out a system for both storage and for transport. I used a funnel and a mason jar and it works just fine.

  • How to make sugar. Strawberry Sugar  - Step 5
    Step 5

    At this point you can decide if you want to sift out all of the seeds and any large bits that your food processor didn't crush. This will give it a more uniform look, but I chose not to because I like the rustic texture created by leaving everything in.

  • How to make sugar. Strawberry Sugar  - Step 6
    Step 6

    And voila! You're done and you have some delicious strawberry infused sugar to use in your next pastry recipe or perhaps for making strawberry marshmallows from scratch?

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MagicalGirlMaya
MagicalGirlMaya · Dallas, Texas, US · 216 projects
Funny enough, I use it on the rim of my margarita's as well as an alternative filling to cinnamon rolls. You can even put it in plain oatmeal to spice it up.

I'm hoping to make some strawberry marshmallows soon, once the humidity dies down a little.
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Cat Morley
Cat Morley · London, GB · 1401 projects
Yum. I bet this would taste great in cocktails. What kind of recipes do you use it in?
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