Pineapple Sage Sugar

By Victor Bouchard - Everyday Vegetarian Blog

Fall can sometimes be about preparing ahead for the Winter.  It's when I do most of my canning, and preservation so this easy project was right on par with those activities.  Knowing that there would probably be a lot of baking this winter, why not spruce up normal white sugar into a nice pineapple sage sugar.

In a Mason jar just simply layer hand crushed sage leaves with sugar until full.  Let sit for about a week then remove leaves.  This will season the sugar with a great pineapple scent and taste.  It's going to make a nice addition to baked goods this Fall and Winter!  I've even thinking sugar rimmed glasses for cocktails.