Homemade Brown Sugar (Light or Dark) Tastes just like store-bought. Lasts longer in fridge and doesn’t get hard like packaged brown sugar.
EGG CRACKING TIP: When a recipe calls for multiple eggs, crack each one in a separate bowl. If one is bad, it will not ruin the other eggs.
All I can say it is good to know how to make your own self-rising flour. This recipe is a keeper!
Storage Tip: Place opened bags of flour, cornmeal mix and sugar in plastic containers. Secure airtight lids. Place in cool dry place with labels facing you. Can easily see what each product is and how much is left. Perfect for families with children/teens learning to cook.
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If you’re allergic to cinnamon, there are several excellent substitutes. The spice(s) will depend on the dish because cinnamon is used in both sweet and savory food. Nutmeg and cloves have earthy and sweet flavors like cinnamon.
Mace is similar to nutmeg, but is more tart and less sweet. Get more substitutes in an informative online article published by Livestrong.com.
The name might suggest a blend, but allspice is a single spice made from dried berries of the allspice tree which look like peppercorns.
Allspice is made from the dried berries of the Pimenta dioica plant, a member of the myrtle family. The flavor is similar to cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg, and pepper.
This versatile seasoning can be used to flavor desserts, side dishes, main courses, and beverages including apple cider. Read more on SpruceEats.com.