Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Sugar High




I've been looking all over for sugar cubes and much to my dismay not having any success.  When I saw the wonderful tutorial at Nifty Thrifty Things for making these dainty little sugar cubes I was ecstatic. I just thought they were the sweetest little things. I wanted to gather my friends and have a real lady's tea. Instead I came up with this easy cinnamon and brown sugar variation.







Ingredients
1/4 cup sugar
1/4 cup brown sugar
1/8 teaspoon cinnamon or nutmeg
water

Directions
Stir sugar, brown sugar, and cinnamon mixing thoroughly. Add a few drops of water while mixing till mixture starts to stick together when pressed. Fill chosen *molds and let air dry overnight.

* You can use ice cube trays or candy molds. I used Wilton Candy Mold - Stars . I have also seen cute silicon ice cube trays at the Dollar Tree that would be perfect for this project.







7 comments:

  1. So simple! I'll definitely try that out! Your blog is really cute, I adore your header.
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    Kallie, But First Coffee Blog OR But First Coffee on Bloglovin

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  2. These look so fun! I will have to try this out sometime, they look like mini sugars cookies... Yum! Stopping by from Follow Friday! =)

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  3. They are delicious in a bowl of oatmeal! This winter I want to try them in hot apple cider:)

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  4. How fun! I'll pin this to my Tea Parties board!
    --Gena

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  5. This looks awesome!!! We would love it if you would link up at our linky party:
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  6. Thank you for the invite Dana:) I most definitely link up there!

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