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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 »

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Common molasses is made from sugar beets and sugarcane, although other molasses-like syrups can be produced from sorghum, carob, grapes, pomegranates, mulberries and dates. Sugarcane molasses, known as black treacle in B... More »

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Molasses is a syrup made from the extraction of sugar from sugarcane and sugar beets, and the nutritional value of molasses varies greatly depending on how much sugar is extracted, states About.com. However, all types of... More »

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Substitutions for malt extract include sorghum syrup, brown rice syrup, honey and molasses. Sorghum syrup and honey provide enough yeast nutrients to support fermentation in place of malt in beer brewing, while brown ric... More »

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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 »

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Some common substitutions for recipe ingredients include applesauce for oil, lemon juice for vinegar, sugar and molasses for brown sugar, and milk and lemon juice for buttermilk. To make the buttermilk substitute, combin... More »

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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 »

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