Brown Sugar Savers
We at JBK know first hand how frustrating it is when you go to the pantry or cupboard for the brown sugar, only to discover it is ROCK HARD and completely dried up!
Our mothers and grandmothers used a piece of bread or apple to try to solve the problem, but there was the possibility of mold imparting an undesired flavor to the sugar, and the solution was short lived.
Wouldn't it be nice to avoid this frustration, efficiently soften the hard brown sugar, and not have to throw it away? Wouldn't it be nice to always have soft brown sugar?
The JBK Brown Sugar Saver® will soften the hard brown sugar and keep it soft for up to 3 months when stored in a closed container. Guaranteed! Many of our customers say they are magic.
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Brown Sugar Saver Tips!
For the short term fixes, the brown sugar will quickly become hard again if not used sooner than later!
1. For a short term fix (before you purchase a Brown Sugar Saver!), put the brick of hard brown sugar in a microwave-safe plastic bag. Put a moist paper towel in with the brick and seal the bag. Heat in the microwave for about 15 to 20 seconds. Check the brown sugar and repeat if necessary. Be careful not to burn or melt the brown sugar!
2. Another short term fix is to try and microwave the brown sugar in a bowl with a small bowl of water next to it. Heat for about 45 seconds to a minute, and test the brown sugar. If necessary, try this method again, but be very careful not to melt the brown sugar.
3. One more short term fix is to pulse or blend the rocks of hard brown sugar in a food processor or a blender.
4. If you still haven't purchased a Brown Sugar Saver, you may put a piece of apple or bread in with the brown sugar overnight, but remember it is important not to leave them there for a long period of time. It's nice to have brown sugar taste like brown sugar!
5. Purchase a Brown Sugar Saver, and your hard brown sugar troubles will disappear! Two Brown Sugar Savers work even better than one!
6. If you find that you have clumps of whitish sugar attached to your Brown Sugar Saver, it is because the Brown Sugar Saver was too wet when placed with the hard brown sugar.
7. Brown Sugar Savers also work great with dried fruit, popcorn, marshmallows, and more.