Orange and ginger compliment each other well in this sweet treat – a sweet new twist on lemonade. This super simple recipe takes only minutes to make. Give it a try at you next summer gathering or as a base for a fruity mixed drink made with our ground ginger sugar.
To make Ginger simple syrup place Ginger Sugar and ¾ cup water in a saucepan. Heat until near simmering over medium heat – stirring frequently until completely dissolved -there may be some bits of ginger in your simple syrup. Remove from heat when done.
Mix orange juice, 4 Cups cold water and ginger simple syrup in a pitcher.
Our Finely ground sugars make it super easy to whip up a batch of flavored whipped cream for any occasion. From dark chocolate to bright sweet strawberry – there are 9 different ways to make a perfect whipped cream for any dessert. Choose from Blueberry, Strawberry, Cranberry (seasonal), Ginger, Coconut, Espresso, Lemon, Basil and Cinnamon.
An easy way to create decadent, flavored whipped cream in just minutes.
Keyword: Whipped Cream, Ground Sugar, Dessert
Hand mixer or Stand Mixer
½cupHeavy Whipping Cream
3TbspSignature Flavored Ground Sugar
Put cream into the bowl.
Add the sugar to the bowl.
Start mixer and watch to make sure sugar is initially mixed – stop to scrape bowl if necessary.
Whip cream to desired stiffness.
Refrigerate until needed or use immediately
It is best to make whipped cream with heavy whipping cream in a bowl that has been chilled in the refrigerator.Note: This recipe can be made with any of our finely ground flavored sugars: Blueberry, Strawberry, Cranberry, Ginger, Coconut, Espresso, Dark Chocolate, Lemon or Basil.
We love hummus at our house. This is a very simple recipe that only takes about 5 minutes to prepare. You can prepare dried garbanzo beans if you like but we have found that the canned beans work just as well and it take a lot less time. (We can usually find organic garbanzo beans for about a dollar a can which makes this tasty recipe economical as well.)
This recipe features our Smoked Garlic Powder which adds a new dimension of flavor. Our son wouldn’t eat hummus before, but we added the Smoked Garlic Powder and like magic, he loves it! We also tried this without the tahini and we have to tell you it really does add something.
Yes it is magic hummus – you see our son would not touch hummus or anything like it until he finally tasted this recipe – that is when the magic happened. The next day he asked if he could have carrot sticks and hummus packed in his school lunch – MAGIC indeed!!
Put beans, lemon juice, salt, garlic powder, cumin and tahini into the bowl of a food processor.
Blend beans and seasonings until a smooth texture develops. While food processor is still running add in olive oil – blend until the desired texture is reached. You can add more olive oil if so desired.
**You can prepare dried garbanzo beans if you like but we have found that the canned beans work just as well and it take a lot less time. (We can usually find organic garbanzo beans for about a dollar a can which makes this tasty recipe economical as well.)