Soft sugars, often referred to as 'brown sugars', add taste, colour and body to everything they meet. It's the unique cane sugar compounds that give Rogers Golden Yellow, Best Brown and Demerara sugars their deeper, richer flavours and colours.
|Per 1 teaspoon (4 g)
||% Daily Value
|Fat 0 g
|Carbohydrate 4 g
|Sugars 4 g
|Protein 0 g
|Not a significant source of saturated fat, trans fat, cholesterol, sodium, fiber, vitamin A, vitamin C, calcium or iron.
Rogers Golden Yellow Sugar
Rogers Golden Yellow is a light brown sugar with a subtle buttery flavour. It is ideal for glazes, butterscotch, oatmeal cookies, pecan pie, baked apples, cinnamon buns, peanut brittle and plum pudding.
Rogers Best Brown Sugar
Rogers Best Brown is a distinctively dark sugar with a hearty taste and a soft, moist texture. It's perfect for any recipe that calls for a deep, rich taste and colour. Best Brown is the one to use in apple pie, toffee bars, bran muffins, apple crisp, gingerbread, sweet and sour sauce, pumpkin pie and maple fudge.
Rogers Demerara Sugar
Rogers Demerara Sugar is a brown sugar with larger golden crystals and a rich, almost spicy taste. It dissolves slowly and adds a tantalizing crunch. Demerara gives a special taste to cappuccinos, espresso and your favourite herbal tea. It's also the perfect choice for cereals, oatmeal, crunchy granola, candied nuts, streusel topping and brandied peaches. Go wild!
You don't need a recipe to enjoy soft sugars:
- Sprinkle them over your cereal or porridge.
- Spread them on half a grapefruit.
- Stir soft sugars into your coffee or tea.
- Mix equal quantities of plain yogurt and chopped fruit - strawberries, blueberries, blackberries or cranberries are all good - then add enough soft sugar to sweeten.
Storing Soft Sugars
Always store soft sugar in a tightly sealed plastic bag. It will go lumpy if it's not stored properly. If hardening occurs, put the sugar in an air-tight container with one of the following:
- half an apple
- an orange slice
- a crisp lettuce leaf.