Moist and sweet with molasses, this steamed quick bread is easier than you think.
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These scones are exactly what you expect: a delicious spiced molasses gingerbread cookie in scone form. Not too sweet and perfect with the drizzled icing or a pat of cream cheese.
These cookies are packed to the brim with oats, spices, pumpkin, molasses, and chocolate chips.
Instead of pumpkin, these cookies are made with sweet potatoes. Molasses, brown sugar, cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg, and ginger give them an autumnal flavor.
A rich but clean take on the southern classic of salted peanuts and sweet, fizzy cola.
Described as a "bowl of comfort", this cornmeal-based, molasses-sweetened, spiced soft bready pudding bridges the gap between sunshine and gloom.
These cookies are beautifully cracked, crunchy around the edges, soft and chewy in the middle, and full of deep, caramelized and chocolate flavor.
Catch the Gingerbread Man in liquid form in this delightful cocktail. Jim Meehan's molasses-happy drinkable rendition has sugar and spice and a blended rum that's seven-islands' nice.
[Photograph: Donna Currie] I used a medium rye flour but you can use any rye you find. Because we probably won't be using the same rye flour, you may need to add more or less bread flour to get the...
Here at last is a cake that doesn't require weeks or months of preparation, nor a napkin to politely spit the unsavory bite out into.
Slight variations on Shoo-fly pie abound. This wet-bottom technique recipe hails from Lancaster county where my college roommate's family settled generations ago.
These chewy cookies are heavily spiced with cloves, ginger, and cinnamon.
Baked for the 2010 Serious Eats Cookie Swap by Katie Quinn, former SE intern Recipe from Food52...
Matt Lewis and Renato Poliafito's Baked Explorations is all about reinventing classic American sweets, and that's exactly what they've done with these Chocolate Ginger Molasses Cookies. By adding both cocoa powder and chocolate to snappy ginger-molasses cookie recipe the cookies have deep, bold flavors of warm spices and chocolate.
As they cool the centers fall creating tiny ridges and canyons sparking with light coating of sugar. The flavor is pretty much unbeatable—rich and earthy with molasses and just the right hint of warm spice from the cloves and ginger.
The following recipe is from the July 15 edition of our weekly recipe newsletter. To receive this newsletter in your inbox, sign up here! I grew up just outside of Philadelphia, and that meant many educational school field trips to...