What to substitute for molasses when cooking or baking? Molasses has a long shelf life, but if it has gone bad or you have run out of molasses and need to find a proper molasses substitute
then check the table below. A proper substitute for molasses
should be thick, dark and sticky. Molasses cookies, gingerbread, baked beans and many other special treats just wouldn’t be the same without this substance or a similar product. Grandma says that it is “an essential staple to any pantry, there is no substitute for Grandma’s Molasses. It’s the Grandma’s secret ingredient that will make your baked goods taste great!”.
Suggestions for a Molasses substitute
are listed below:
Substitute for Molasses:
||Same amount of Honey
||*OR* Same amount of Dark Corn Syrup
||*OR* Same amount of Maple Syrup
||*OR* Same amount of Brown Rice Syrup
||*OR* Same amount of Barley Malt Syrup
But remember, when making a substitute for molasses
be sure to measure accurately for best results. Remember that a substitute for molasses
may alter slightly the taste, texture, weight, or moisture content of the finished product. It’s important to keep in mind the other ingredients in your recipe when choosing the proper substitute for molasses
for your purposes.
Check our molasses shelf life page to find out how long molasses lasts
To find out how long other ingredients are good for, please visit the Dairy
sections of Eat By Date or search below.
Search the Shelf Life Guide!