Top Rated Molasses Recipes

This ham is cooked inside a large Dutch oven and infused with apple cider, which gives the pork a sweet taste reminscent of autumn. It's delicious served alongside a warm salad or cabbage slaw. Recipe courtesy of the National Pork Board.
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Easy No-Bake Cookie
These aren't your mother's chocolate chip-laden, butter-rich, sweet, sugary, melt-in-your-mouth treats you might find at your local bakery or even Mrs. Fields. They are quick and easy to make, don't require any baking at all, taste great, and are good for you, too. Once you master this basic recipe, begin experimenting, switching out the peanut butter for almond butter, adding in cocoa powder, even shredded coconut or diced mango, if you wish.  Click here to see A Sweet Tooth's Dream: 8 Fantastic Dessert Recipes.
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4.5
Cherry Bourbon Glazed Ham
Elevate the baked ham with a festive glaze of cherry preserves, bourbon, molasses and allspice. Serve at Easter or Christmas dinner, open house buffet or brunchtime entertaining.Recipe courtesy of McCormick
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4.5
Beef Burke-y is my own take on beef jerky. It’s a man’s snack, perfect for a football game, and I bet you didn’t realize how easy it is to make. This is great to make ahead of time just to have lying around the house
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pumpkin oatmeal cookies
This cookie recipe is a healthier alternative to others because of the added Greek yogurt, whole wheat pastry flour, rolled oats, walnuts, and dark chocolate. Greek yogurt adds extra protein, and is a substitute for a ½ cup of butter. The whole wheat flour, rolled oats, and walnuts bring in additional protein and fiber. The molasses contributes not only great flavor, but a good amount of potassium. Last, but not least, the dark chocolate is a great addition of iron, and more potassium and fiber. Just because it’s the holidays it doesn’t mean that you have to sacrifice your health — have a treat that’s both healthy and sweet. This recipe is courtesy of Alisha Falkenstein
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Candy corn caramel apples
Who doesn't love a candy apple on Halloween? This caramel apple uses candy corn to give it a tasty Halloween twist. Make these as party favors at your next Halloween party. 
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Fried cauliflower
Cauliflower is becoming increasingly popular, but roasting it can get a little old. Here's a meditteranean version that makes for a great snack, hot or cold.
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3.75
Maple Bourbon Barbecue Sauce
Whenever I find a food or an ingredient I like, the first thing I want to do, after eating it, is find a way to make it better myself. And typically, when I go to do that I end up adding bourbon to whatever recipe I am creating. This time I also added maple syrup and it was a great decision. This barbecue sauce is a definitely a little on the sweet side with just enough of a kick! Click here to see Cooking with Maple Syrup — 8 Recipes.
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3.5
This quick homestyle baked bean recipes is the perfect dish to wow your friends at your next backyard barbecue.Recipe courtesy of Danielle at Delightful Mom Food.
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3.25
Easy gingersnaps recipe
Gingersnaps are typically eaten during the holiday season, but they're a comforting cookie to bake any time of year.Recipe courtesy of Rachel Cooks.
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This twist on a ginger cake incorporates Tabasco and cinnamon and delivers a perfectly spiced dessert.Click Here for 15 Ways to Use Tabasco at Your Barbecue
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This tasty smoothie counts as a super healthy, well-balanced breakfast — or lunch, or dinner. It's packed with protein, iron, vegetables, and fresh fruit.  Read more about How to Make Kale Smoothies You Actually Want to Drink Learn How to Make a Smoothie.
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