A sugar scrub is a popular Irish breakfast food that makes a good substitute for cereal.
It is often served at lunch or dinner and is made from raw sugar and water.
Its main ingredient is salt, and its main ingredient, sugar, is added to it.
This is why the sugar scrub can be a great way to add some protein to your meals.
There are many ways to make sugar scrub, so we’ll cover them all in this article.
The Basics The basic recipe is to prepare 1 cup of raw sugar (or sugar crystals) and 1 tablespoon of water in a saucepan, add a pinch of salt and a few drops of baking powder and simmer for 30 minutes.
While the recipe is simple, you can make this sugar scrub without sugar.
You can also add some cinnamon or nutmeg to the mixture, or you can add a little more lemon juice.
I like to use cinnamon and nutmeg in the recipe because they have a unique taste, but you can use other ingredients, too.
After the sugar has cooled down and the liquid has dissolved a bit, remove the sugar from the heat and stir it with a spoon.
If you are using water, it’s best to add the liquid into the sugar at the very end of the boil, so that it doesn’t evaporate as the sugar cools.
Now, add the sugar crystals and 1/2 cup of water to the pan.
Cook until the sugar begins to dissolve, about 10 minutes.
The sugar will start to harden up and get very slightly brownish.
Once the sugar is fully dissolved, add about 1 tablespoon more sugar, stirring gently until it is evenly coated.
You may need to stir it again to get the sugar mixture to come together.
It’s best not to add too much sugar as it can clump.
When you’re ready to eat, stir the mixture into the bowl of a spoon and serve immediately.
There are many other sugar scrub recipes that you can try, but these are my favourites.
Try this recipe with a cup of fruit or cereal, and you’ll be ready to go!