Powdered Sugar RecipeGranulated sugar
Pour a small amount of granulated sugar into your blender, and blender until all the sugar is finely ground like powdered sugar. That's it, wasn't that simple?
I did notice that the amount of sugar pretty consistently increased by 25% when I ground it into powdered sugar. When I ground 1 cup of granulated sugar, I would end up with 1¼ cups of powdered sugar. Something to keep in mind, if you only want to make enough for a specific recipe.
One other thing that I noticed was that the powdered sugar I made wasn't quite as fine as American powdered sugar, but the granulated sugar and powdered sugar here are grittier in general. So the powdered sugar I can make here, is about the same as the powdered sugar I can buy here. Homemade powdered sugar seems to work well in everything I have tried it in so far, but if you are trying to make super sweet powdered sugar and shortening frosting, there might be a difference in the final texture.