10 Healthy Molasses Snack Recipes ideas. Tasty sweet homemade desserts, in cookies, waffles, snack bars, biscuits and cakes recipes.
10 Healthy Molasses Snack Recipes
Sharing 10 healthy molasses snack recipe ideas to create with this sweet ingredient that is so tasty and filled with minerals and protein and vitamins. Add molasses to any snack such as biscuits, cookies, healthy energy balls and snack bars. Cakes and muffins and many other desserts to choose from. Oven bake recipes or no bake recipes to choose from. Children will love them and get all the healthy nutrients they need.
What do you eat molasses with?
Molasses gives your recipes a sweeter and more earthy taste. Added, instead of sugar, in coffees, waffles and pancake batters. Use it in glazes and marinades and great added to a smoothie. A warm glass of milk with a little molasses in is totally delicious.
What is molasses?
Molasses is a by-product of the sugar refining process. It is dark and thick in appearance. Adding molasses to your drinks, such as coffee or smoothies and shakes instead of sugar is good. It has a rich earthy flavor and contains many nutrition benefits and is also rich in calcium and contains more nutrients than refined sugars. It can help prevent anemia. One tablespoon of blackstrap molasses contains 20% of the iron you need each day.
Can I replace sugar with molasses?
Yes, when replacing sugar with molasses use the same measurements, such as 1 tablespoon of sugar is equal to 1 tablespoon of molasses.
What is molasses best used for?
It add moisture and color to bakes goods.
- pecan pie
- thickens barbecue sauce
- syrup, a substitute for maple syrup
- cookies, biscuits
- health bars and energy bars
- drinks, hot drinks and shakes or smoothies
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Soft paleo ginger molasses cookies that taste like the holiday time favorite you know and love. These grain free treats could just be healthy enough to enjoy for breakfast!
Healthy Gingerbread Cookies are lightly sweet, rich, and robust cookies full of molasses, ginger, cinnamon, nutmeg, and cloves. Unlike typical Gingerbread Cookie recipes, this version is free of, refined sugar free, gluten free, dairy free and vegan!
Warm, cozy bran muffins full of spices & shredded carrots. They’re as soft & tender as cupcakes, but made without butter, refined flour or sugar.
This old-time spice cake is lower in fat but big on flavor. Serve it warm for breakfast on a frosty morning or have a square with hot cider on a snowy afternoon. It’s an ideal cold-weather treat.
These chocolate paleo magic cookie bars have a sweet strawberry swirl and are so easy to make! They’re a healthy, gluten free remake of the classic recipe that everyone will love!
This pancake recipe looks like it calls for a lot of ingredients but I promise it’s just the gingerbread spices you most likely already have in your cabinet.
These molasses spice energy bites, inspired by the molasses crinkle cookies my granny use to make. I remember her scolding me for eating the dough balls before she could pop them into the oven. The dough had a lovely sweet spicy flavor and the baked cookies were wonderfully crispy on the outside and chewy on the inside.
These Raw Vegan Blueberry Bars are amazing… Made from whole grain certified gluten free oat flour and sweetened with maple syrup and organic blueberry puree.
These Paleo Gingerbread Waffles are a fun and healthy idea for a sweet weekend breakfast! They’re kid friendly, with just the right amount of spices, can be made into pancakes in case you don’t have a waffle iron.
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