You can never be too SWEET on Valentine’s Day.

Valentine’s Day is the one day of the year you can never be too kind to someone and let that sweetness just ooze out. But with baking, you want to be sweet every day and as we know, these days you need to do it naturally and with less sugar.

One might say Caramelized Sugar is the answer to all your culinary prayers.

Don’t be fooled on this Valentine’s day by the word “Sugar” in Caramelized Sugars. When you bake or cook using caramelized sugar ingredients such as 035-Cane syrup or a powder like WS-100, you can actually reduce the amount of granulated sugar you use in a standard recipe yet still achieve a high level of flavor by adding in just a small amount of Caramelized Sugar ingredients.

These ingredients have been created the same way for over 100 years, standardized for flavor stability through extreme heating or cooling. What’s more Caramelized Sugars will round out any stray off-notes and depending on the light, medium or dark ingredients, Caramelized Sugars can provide the benefit of incidental visual impact in your food creations. One might say Caramelized Sugar is the answer to all your culinary prayers.

So why don’t you get yourself something sweet on this Valentine’s Day and request a sample of Caramelized Sugars to work with in your next cooking or baking endeavor.

But I would still suggest you get that special someone in your life the box of candy and / or flowers.

Until Next Time, Cheers and Happy Valentine’s Day!


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Blogging all about the benefits of Caramelized Sugar ingredients as it relates to the industrial R&D food scientist, chef and/or ingredient buyer. Caramelized Sugars are applied at low usage rates for flavor modifications, masking off-notes not sweetening.

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