3 Recipe Ideas with Organic Coconut Sugar

Organic coconut sugar is an unrefined and natural sugar that has a lower glycemic index. That’s why coconut sugar is a much better replacement for regular sugar. But, how do you cook with coconut sugar? Actually, all recipes that require regular sugar allow you to replace it with coconut sugar.

This healthier sugar has earthy and deep flavor, also a caramel hint. The base flavor of this coconut sugar is similar to regular brown sugar. However, coconut sugar has a more unique and distinctive taste. Coconut sugar itself comes in so many forms like block, syrup, and granulated forms.

Use Organic Coconut Sugar in Unique Ways

There are so many ways you can use coconut sugar in the kitchen. Here are some ways you need to learn in order to cook with coconut sugar.

1.    Coconut sugar cookies

This cookie is made of butter, coconut sugar, egg, vanilla, all purpose flour, baking soda, kosher salt, and cinnamon powder. Make organic coconut sugar cookies using these ingredients but using the same methods as regular cookies. You will get healthier cookies in a much better taste.

2.    Coconut sugar granola

Make old fashioned granola by using coconut sugar, rolled oats, whole almonds, pecan pieces, cinnamon, salt, and dried cranberries. Mix your ingredients and then spread the mixture on a large baking sheet. Bake for 30 minutes and you will get a healthy filling snack for your whole day.

3.    Savory coconut sauce

You sure can cook something savory with coconut sugar. This coconut sauce requires you to prepare a lot of spices like coconut sugar, coconut oil, yellow onion, garlic, ginger, red curry paste, red pepper flakes, light coconut milk, and rice vinegar. Those spices will enrich your curry.

Ready to cook with your organic coconut sugar? These three unique recipes with coconut sugar will be awesome. But actually, all recipes allow you to replace the regular white or brown sugar with coconut sugar in a 1:1 ratio.

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