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Powdered sugar

Other names: confectioners sugar, british: icing sugar

A highly refined sugar mixed with cornstarch. Powdered sugar dissolves easily and is used for making various confections including frostings and glazes.
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Substitute for powdered sugar

For 1 cup powdered sugar substitute 1 cup granulated sugar + 1 teaspoon cornstarch ground in a blender (not a food processor it wont blend properly) **Don't use powdered sugar in place of brown or white granulated sugar.

Equivalents

1 pound   =   4 cups sifted

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