Top Rated Molasses Recipes

A fruity complement to turkey is not a new concept — we’ve been eating cranberry sauce with our Thanksgiving turkey for ages, but the thought of creating a fruity condiment to complement turkey burgers surprised us, in a good way. Buttermilk biscuits, pomegranate molasses, and a cool creamy mayonnaise mixture make this turkey burger one of our favorites. Click here to see 50 Best Burger Recipes
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Soft Molasses Cookies
These cookies are so soft and fluffy that they could float away on a cloud. Try these with a glass of milk after dinner. Click here to see Our 50 Best Cookie Recipes
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Molasses Cream Pie
Tiffany MacIssac is the D.C. based pastry chef who owns the Neighborhood Restaurant Group. She shares her holiday recipe with us for mini ginger-molasses cream pies. 
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For a quick dinner, these ribs can be done in less than one hour. The peanut butter gives a mixture of sweet and savory flavor, and adds to the other layers of taste. Serve it with a side of vegetables, and you're all set!  For more recipes visit Taste of Home.
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Whole Foods Market Molasses Gingerbread Cookies
The holidays are the perfect time to whip up a batch of these cookies from Whole Foods Market. Spiced with cinnamon, ginger, cloves, allspice, and grated orange zest, these cookies are perfect for dunking in a mug of hot cocoa.Click here for more of our best cookie recipes.
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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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gingerbread latte
This is a smooth and creamy coffee beverage with all of the flavors of gingerbread blended inside. Perfect to have on Christmas or for brunch during the New Year. This recipe is courtesy of Danielle Walker founder of www.againstallgrain.com
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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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Molasses Cookies
I love these cookies! Someone might call them gingersnaps but they aren't… the molasses is distinct in their flavor and does complement the ginger perfectly. They are something we make in the fall and serve with apples but also a stable of our Christmas cookie jar. They are best if they aren't allowed to completely dry out… crisp on the outside and chewy on the inside… perfect!
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Ginger Molasses Cookies
This recipe is an homage to the healing and warming spice ginger, since it’s utilized three different ways. Ginger in all forms is a powerful natural anti-inflammatory agent. The molasses makes for a really earthy cookie.Fast Food, Good Food More Than 150 Quick and Easy Ways to Put Healthy, Delicious Foods on the Table courtesy Little, Brown and Company Copyright © 2015 by Andrew Weil, MD
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Apple Molasses Bran Muffins
Golden Delicious apples, raisins, and walnuts provide diverse textures to these harvest muffins, while brown sugar and molasses incorporate a sweetness that is dark, slightly spicy, and quintessentially autumn. Health is kicked up a notch as bran adds extra fiber, and substituting applesauce for butter lowers the fat in this delectable breakfast bread. This recipe comes to us from Patrice of Circle B Kitchen.
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Molasses Ginger Snaps
I'm in the habit of introducing these as "my famous ginger molasses cookies," though that might be giving credit where it's not entirely due. These cookies actually originated with a childhood best friend's family, and I've spent the better part of the last five years bribing and cajoling her for a copy of the recipe. Last year, she finally unearthed a faded and stain-splattered index card covered in hastily scrawled directions; I snapped a quick photo and rejoiced at having won a long-sought treasure. All that fuss for cookies? Well, yes. These guys are redolent of winter spices, but most importantly, they're packed with butter and molasses — need I say more? If you do like a snap with your ginger, you can feel free to bake them for a little longer until they get that resonant crunch, but if you're like me, you keep these in the oven only until their faces just settle into those appealingly puggish wrinkles before whisking them out again. These cookies are best with just a touch of crispness around the edge that belies a gooey and tender interior. While you never really need an excuse to eat these, I like these best as a postprandial snack, paired with either a mug of cocoa or a steaming cup of homemade mulled wine. Click here to see Cozy Winter Meals. 
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