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One Sweet Giveaway - Win a Domino Golden Sugar Prize Pack (Ends 12.3.19)



My Secret Ingredient in my Holiday Cooking is Domino Sugars.

Being the daughter of a baker, my dad always use to teach me about the quality of the ingredients used in the foods he baked.  As a grown woman, my mother in law always taught me not to skimp on ingredients, especially when it is going to be served to family and friends.  She always preached to use the best ingredients for the best outcome.  I couldn't agree more.

I have a lot of tried and true recipes that I use for the holidays every year because my family always asks for them.  When I give out my recipes, I always specify the brands that I use, because if the person makes my recipe using a different brand, they are not going to get the same result.

One brand that I never stray from is Domino sugars.  I only use their white, and brown sugars in my recipes, including my ham, sweet potato casserole and my cookie and pie recipes.  I get a lot of compliments on my holiday food and they are the number one reason for those compliments.

This year, Domino has a brand new addition to their sugar family... Golden sugar.  I want to teach you a bit about it.




What is the difference between Domino Golden, White and Brown Sugars?

Golden Sugar
Introducing new Domino Golden Sugar, the less-processed sugar you can use more freely in all your favorite foods. Made from pure cane sugar, it works cup-for-cup just like white sugar, but has a beautiful golden color and a distinct hint of molasses flavor you’re sure to love. Domino golden Sugar provides a less processed way to sweeten as every crystal retains more of the color and goodness from the sugarcane grown in the field. Shoppers can count on it to perform in baking, cup-for-cup, and to dissolve in beverages, just like white sugar.

Light Brown Sugar
Domino Light Brown Sugar has a nutty, caramel flavor, moistness and a subtle molasses flavor. It’s ideal for cookies, shortbread, spiced cakes, brownies and crumble toppings. Generally, if a recipe doesn’t specify Dark or Light Brown, it is intended that Light Brown be used.

Dark Brown Sugar

To create flavor that’s deep, rich and real, use only Domino Dark Brown Sugar. Its moistness and deep, rich molasses flavor make it ideal for full-flavored or savory recipes. Use it in brownies, gingerbread, coffee or chocolate cakes, fudge, BBQ sauce, marinated, sweet and sour sauce, and pancake syrups.

Want to be the star of your thanksgiving get together?  Make my Holiday Ham recipe. It was passed down from my Father in law and we have been making it for over 25 years.


Holiday Ham


Preset oven to 350 degrees 

Ingredients



1 Canned Ham (I use Hormel Black Label)
1 can of pineapple slices (Dole)
1 small jar of maraschino cherries (find near ice cream toppings)
1 jar of ham glaze (near ketchup products) (Crosse and Blackwell)
1 cup of orange juice (Tropicana)
1/2 cup of Domino Dark Brown Sugar
1 (2 ltr bottle) Sprite soda
1 small jar of McCormick whole cloves

You will also need:

Sturdy foil lined pan or baking dish
Aluminum foil





Directions: 

Score ham *to score a ham you are going to make 1 inch apart diagonal slices about 1/4 inch deep across entire top of

You then should rotate ham clockwise and repeat so that it looks like there are little boxes on top of ham (see my ham photo above)






Add whole cloves to top



Pour 1 liter Sprite over top of ham. 




Pour juice of pineapple over top.





Add sliced pineapple to top. 



combine 1/2 cup brown sugar with 1/4 cup orange juice and pour over top. 





Pour cherry juice over ham and add a cherry to center of each pineapple




Pour ham glaze over entire ham and use a basting brush to get sides as well.







Bake 350 for 1- 1/2 hrs. Baste every 15 mins.  Remove FOIL lightly sprinkle with brown sugar and bake an additional 1/2 hr  (baste every 10 mins)

Slice and serve.

Enjoy!
GIVEAWAY



Enter to win a prize pack from Domino Sugar containing a VISA gift card (to be used to purchase supplies), Domino Sugar Notebook, Domino Sugar Pop Socket, Domino Sugar Whisk and Measuring Cup and product.(ARV $50) Ends 12.3.19

All entries will be verified. Only one entrant per mailing address per giveaway. If you have won the same prize on another blog, you will not be eligible to win it again. Any person who has won a prize (or whose household has won a prize) in any promotion sponsored by Sponsor in the thirty (30) days before this contest start date is not eligible to win a prize in this contest. Entrants who have created social accounts purely for the purpose of entering Competitions or Sweepstakes will not be eligible to win. All social accounts used must be public.
The winner will be chosen randomly through Giveaway Tools and contacted via email. A reply to the winning email is required within 48 hours before a new winner is chosen. Void where prohibited by law. One person entering per household, please. The Review Wire and Chatty Patty’s Place are not responsible for shipment of prize.

Comments

  1. I would make blondies with dominos golden sugar.

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  2. I would use this just like you have here, I love using Domino sugar when I make my ham dinners and I also like using it my body scrubs.
    @tisonlyme143

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  3. I would make hoiiday cookies and cakes with domino golden sugar

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  4. I would use Domino Golden sugar to make my sweet potato casserole!

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  5. I would bake a ham and lot and lots of Christmas cookies.

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  6. I want to make your ham with the Domino Golden Sugar!

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  7. I would make brownies with domino sugar.

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  8. I would make a ham. Sooo tasty.

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  9. I would make cookies and brownies for Christmas!

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  10. I will be making cut out sugar cookies.

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  11. I would make my home made chewy molasses cookies with Domino sugar!
    Rebecca Orr
    bekki1820cb@gmail.com

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  12. I would definitely make lots of cookies, cakes, and of course brownies with Domino sugar.

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  13. I would make chocolate chip cookies! I bet they would taste even better!!

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  14. I would bake Christmas cookies with my daughter.

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  15. I would bake a banana bread with Domino Golden sugar.

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  16. I use to own my own business, Karen's Cakes and Candies. I made all kinds of cakes and learned from my Mother. My favorite is Coconut cake, I would make that for sure. At Thanksgiving I make several types of cakes to freeze for Christmas and throughout the year. German Chocolate, Red Velvet, and more. I have always used Domino sugar, I have never had any problem when baking with it. The best is the best and there is no way to deny it. We use Domino sugar for any thing that calls for sugar.

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  17. I would use it for all my baking...

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  18. I would bake sugar cookies for Christmas.

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  19. I would love to use this to bake some nice cupcakes or brownies.

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  20. I would make some cookies and bars for the holidays.

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  21. I would make cookies for the holidays with Domino Golden sugar.

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  22. I would use Domino sugar for my ham for Christmas & some cookies

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  23. I would make brown sugar cookies first.

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  24. I think Golden Sugar would be perfect for sugar cookies for the grandkids to use their cutters on and decorate.

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