Baking with Molasses | Families
Ever indulged in a freshly baked slice of warm gingerbread? Then you’ve experienced firsthand the delightfully rich, dark syrup called molasses. In the early 20th century, molasses was a popular sweetener in the United States. It provides an unmistakable flavor to traditional dishes such as Boston Brown Bread, Molasses Cookies, Shoofly Pie, Gingerbread, Gingersnap Cookies and Baked Beans.