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bite sized ginger scones dipped in dark chocolate
Introducing: Sophia Dark The newest addition to Hello, Bonbon… The same ginger scone, now with a dark side.
Hi, your recipe looks great but I don’t
know what turnbinado sugar is…Could you
Turbinado sugar is also known as cane sugar or raw sugar. Turbinado sugar resembles brown sugar in that it is brown in color. However, brown sugar has a finer grain and is a bit darker in color. Turbinado sugar comes from the first pressing of the sugar cane, has large crystals and retains some of the molasses flavor, which is a natural byproduct of the sugar process. You can almost always find turbinado sugar in most grocery stores, or specialty health food stores. Here’s a photo to give you an idea.
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