Substitutes for molasses are honey, brown sugar, dark corn syrup and maple syrup. One can substitute 1 cup of molasses with 1 cup of an acceptable ingredient, such as honey, dark corn syrup or maple syrup. More » Food Cooking Substitutions

If you run out of molasses, you can substitute 1 cup of molasses with 3/4 cup sugar, 1 1/4 teaspoons cream of tartar, and 1/4 cup hot water or any other liquid used in the recipe. Alternatively, use honey, maple syrup or... More » Food Cooking Substitutions

Consumers can buy dry molasses for edible use from the online stores of companies such as My Spice Sage, Hoosier Hill Farm or Amazon. Consumers looking for dry molasses should be aware that some companies may refer to th... More » Food Cooking
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Dark or light brown sugar or granulated sugar with molasses or treacle can be used as substitutes for muscovado sugar. For 1 cup of dark muscovado sugar, use 1 cup granulated sugar and 2 tablespoons of molasses or treacl... More » Food Cooking Substitutions

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Maple syrup and almond extract are good substitutes for vanilla in a recipe. Both ingredients have a similar flavor and consistency to vanilla, and the difference is hardly noticeable. More » Food Cooking Substitutions