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How to Make Confectioners’ Sugar

Never run out of confectioners’ sugar again. You can also replace the refined confectioners’ sugar with Honey, Coconut or Maple “confectioners’ sugar”. I have been trying to avoid refined sugars and replacing them with real and more nutritious alternatives. I have came across a lot of recipes that call for confectioners’ sugar. You know that powdery stuff in many a frostings. It is so easy to make your own. Why not try these better versions.

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The ratios are all the same, whatever sugar you choose to use.

  • 2 c sugar (honey, maple, coconut)
  • 1/4 c arrowroot.

I have made this with honey granules, maple sugar and coconut sugar.

Combine ingredients into a food processor. Blend until it resembles the texture of confectioner’s sugar. Store in a sealable container. I like to use mason jars. Use in place of confectioners’ sugar.


5 thoughts on “How to Make Confectioners’ Sugar

  1. Great idea especially if you run out of powdered sugar!

  2. Thank you. I have been playing around with different sugars and turning them into confectioners’ sugar.

  3. Nice recipe

  4. Thank you. I make my own all the time.

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