You can swap it in for sweeteners in other recipes, but remember that it’s more bitter than typical sugar or honey, so you may need to combine it or go half and half. Perfect for your next BBQ, picnics, potlucks, or dinners. There's nothing light or airy about this but it's not heavy or dry. See also Gena’s Tempeh Kebabs with Homemade Barbecue Sauce and Bianca’s Memphis-Style Barbecue Sauce. Change ), You are commenting using your Twitter account. She also has 10 other great blackstrap molasses […]. I am another who has used up multiple bottles of blackstrap molasses. ( Log Out /  ( Log Out /  To make filling: Combine molasses, brown sugar, syrup, and butter in a medium saucepan over medium heat; cook until butter is melted and sugar is dissolved, about 4 minutes. Dreena really loves to add blackstrap molasses to her dishes. Because of this, its bitter flavor is best suited for savory preparations, such as baked beans or barbecue sauce, rather than for sweets. Baked Beans In My Slow Cooker With Navy Beans, Ketchup, Barbecue Sauce, Chicken Stock, Water, Blackstrap Molasses, Golden Brown Sugar, Onion, Dijon Mustard, Back Bacon. I have talked about blackstrap molasses before. Try Gena’s Raisin Almond Balls, Davida’s Raw Gingerbread Cookies and Angela’s Pumpkin and Gingerbread Snack Bars. P.S. With its inherent bitterness, it is also a sweetener packed with calcium, iron and potassium. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: You are commenting using your account. See more ideas about Molasses recipes, Blackstrap molasses recipes, Blackstrap molasses. […] 11 Ways to use Blackstrap Molasses from The Taste […], […] tangy and sweet barbecue sauce (my liberties were omitting the chipotles in adobo and swapping in blackstrap molasses) and making her unribs. This is also a fabulous Smoky Apple Bourbon Barbecue Sauce. How do you like to use blackstrap molasses? Smokey Instant Pot Baked Beans Recipe (Pressure Cooker Baked Beans): easy to make Homemade Baked Beans from Scratch! Other cookies to try include Claryn’s Tahini Chocolate Chip Cookies, Dreena’s Raisinet Cookies and Leanne’s Gingerbread Quinoa Breakfast Cookies. For those that prefer muffins, Emma shared these Double Ginger Chocolate Chunk Muffins and these Full Meal Muffins are filled with fruits and vegetables. See Angela’s Iron Woman Gingerbread Smoothie or Pumpkin Pie Smoothie, McKel’s Gingerbread Molasses Smoothie and Brittany’s Pumpkin Gingerbread Smoothie. . Skip the beans and just make your own barbecue sauce. This Blackstrap Molasses and Balsamic Dressing sounds interesting. I used all of these foods to fuel my journey through Orgo II and Biochem, my summer marathon of Physics I and II,... Made with peanut butter, infused with spices, and studded with chocolate chips, these vegan blackstrap molasses muffins are sure to become a favorite! Love seeing your ideas – I am quite tempted by a gingerbread smoothie. I flipped through a few of my picks. This photo is of my Brown Sugar Cardamom Snickerdoodles and doesn’t use blackstrap molasses, so I urge you to check out gingerbread cookies that use blackstrap molasses: Sarah B’s Healthy Holiday Gingerbread Cookies, Kathy’s Ginger Snappy Crinkle Cookies, Angela’s Chewy Molasses Spelt Cookies, Dreena’s Gingery Cookies and Claryn’s Vegan Molasses Cookies. Try replacing some or all of the honey or maple syrup in your recipe with blackstrap molasses to add a deeper flavor and a nutritional boost. I’m sure I’m very deserving of the extra points for finishing a jar, since I couldn’t even begin to estimate how many we’ve gone through over the decades. It goes great with ingredients such as dates, cinnamon, almonds and raisins. I’ll have you know that I came really close to titling this post “goodness, gracious, great balls of iron!” But I stopped myself. Here are some suggestions: I have two recipes for baked beans which include blackstrap molasses. So, although it’s not startling news to anyone, in addition to many of the suggestions above, blackstrap is our very favorite sweet topping for biscuits. Bring on the vegan Christmas cookies!