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Is it bad if I want to just eat it out of the container!?!?! LOL. That stuff is sooooooooo good. I didn't eat a large amount....just a tiny bit on my finger, but damn! So what is it good to put in? I made baked beans last night and had blackstrap molasses in them. I've read that it is really good for you, so I've just been wanting to cook/bake some things with it.
 

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peanut butter and molasses on toast.<br><br><br><br>
that's a yummmy breakfast imo.<br><br><br><br>
molasses cookies--that's excellent too.
 

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I put it in oatmeal,with vanilla soymilk.<br><br>
It's also good on toast with almond/peanut butter.<br><br><br><br>
How much molasses did you put into your beans?
 

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Is it bad if I want to just eat it out of the container!?!?! LOL. That stuff is sooooooooo good.</div>
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I haven't tried this, but if you like it that much, you might want to try out the blackstrap molasses taffy recipe here:<br><br><a href="http://www.homeschoolchristian.com/cgi-bin/recipe.cgi?noframes;read=3840" target="_blank">Taffy Recipe</a><br><br><br><br>
We use it in baked beans, oatmeal and raisin bread (a couple of spoons for a 1-pound sized loaf).
 

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I love to stir it into plant based milks too, especially oat milk.<br><br><br><br>
Check out <a href="http://veganlunchbox.com" target="_blank">http://veganlunchbox.com</a> Follow the schmoo food recipe thread and you will find a recipe for blackstrap molasses gingerbread. It is absolutely delicious and very easy to make....only one pan, you mix it in the pan you bake it in.
 

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Ugh! I once did an O Chem lab with blackstrap to distill it into rum and the stuff looked aweful! Pre and post distilling. Crazy that people actually eat it and not feed it to pigs.
 

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I love to stir it into plant based milks too, especially oat milk.<br><br><br><br>
Check out <a href="http://veganlunchbox.com" target="_blank">http://veganlunchbox.com</a> Follow the schmoo food recipe thread and you will find a recipe for blackstrap molasses gingerbread. It is absolutely delicious and very easy to make....only one pan, you mix it in the pan you bake it in.</div>
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Definitely make that!! <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="/images/smilies/yes.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title=":yes:"> That gingerbread is AMAZING!!
 

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I only started eating blackstrap molasses when I found out I was low in iron. Otherwise, I probably wouldn't eat it! It probably tastes better in a baking recipe. So far, I've only used it for breakfast, usually as a substitute for syrup on a waffle, or on toast/english muffin.
 

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Where does one find blackstrap molasses? Do regular grocery stores usually carry it? When I was a new veg, I went looking for it in my store's baking aisle and didn't find it. I kind of forgot about it until now, so I haven't looked at Whole Foods.
 
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