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Brown Sugar Saver Review and #Giveaway!! #FoodieFriday


How many times have you started mixing up your favorite chocolate chip cookie recipe, only to find your brown sugar is - literally - as hard as a rock?! We've all been there, right? I actually started throwing out any unused brown sugar about 3 weeks after opening, simply because I don't like having those little lumps of brown sugar in the finished product. Yes, it ends up wasting a certain amount, but what else can you do? Enter the Brown Sugar Saver from JBK Pottery!!



JBK Pottery sent me a Brown Sugar Saver in the moose design for review, and I was excited to try it out. If there's a way to keep my brown sugar from hardening, I want to try it! This is simply a small ceramic piece with a cute design on the front. Soak in water for 15 minutes, dry it off, and tuck into your brown sugar. 

This will keep brown sugar soft for up to 3 months!! I don't think brown sugar ever lasts that long around here, but now I don't have to toss out a cup or two of brown sugar every 3 weeks! I actually put it in with some sugar that was already hardening, and it really does soften up after sitting with this ceramic piece. I love that it's reusable too; if your brown sugar begins to harden, simply soak in water, dry off, and put it back in! This is definitely a tool that every baker needs in their kitchen!




JBK Pottery has some other really neat kitchen products. Ceramic cookie stamps, pot minders (keeps water from boiling over), bread warmers...all great products to have in your kitchen! 


One of our readers will receive a Brown Sugar Saver 
(winner's choice of design)!!
a Rafflecopter giveaway

Comments

Joanne said…
I like the bread saver.
Juana said…
I like the pot minder.

andrea v said…
I could use the bread saver
pmj said…
The cookie stampers are really cute.
Haydensmommy05 said…
I love the cookie stamps! Too cute!
Connie Sowards said…
I like the Bread Warmer!
Beth said…
I like the daisy cookie stamp
heymissvirginia said…
The brown sugar saver is awesome, and I would love to try the bread saver. I throw out so much bread!
heymissvirginia at embarqmail dot com
msmissy02 said…
I also like the Christmas set of the cookie stamps. Thanks for the giveaway! DamianMom at yahoo dot com

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