Coconut sugar has a lower rank of glycemic index than regular sugar and it is proven as one of the most nutritious sugar. Try using coconut sugar when feels to make healthier sweet treats such as coconut milk masal chai, breakfast muffins, quinoa cookies and many more.
The most wonderful thing about experimenting with natural sugar is the quality to amplify the flavors in the recipe. The reason coconut sugar has a darker flavor, it works wonders in baking recipes using chocolate and other spices. Coconut sugar has a very good tendency to be stirred nicely into tea or coffee, can be used to sprinkle on top of pancakes or waffles, also used to animate up tangy recipes like curries, chicken or more. Following are a few cheer up ways to use coconut sugar in your kitchen this time:
Making your own chai mixture at home is a favorite in our house because you can completely customize which spices you’d like to feature. Mixing it up with a little coconut milk and coconut sugar amplifies the darker flavors and makes for a soothing, satisfying break to the day.
This nourishing soup sounds amazingly healthy and fresh. At the same time it can be comforting and satisfying to release your tiredness. Boasting baby bok choy with some marinated mushrooms and other spices, and of course a little coconut sugar is used with coconut milk to boost the taste of sweetness.
Mommies recipes always add magic to taste and life. With just few all time available ingredients, these luxurious chocolate brownies are the ideal easy dessert and are also a delicious afternoon treat with tea or coffee.