Prep 5 mins
Cook 0 mins
I didn't have molasses for a bread recipe and this worked great. My recipe called for milk so I didn't add the hot water in this recipe. It was easy because I just added the sugar and cream of tartar at the point the recipe called for molasses. I rarely have molasses, and now I wonder why I would ever need to buy that sticky stuff that is so difficult to get out of the jar anyway. Serving size is estimated.
To make 1 cup of molasses
- 177.44 ml sugar
- 6.16 ml cream of tartar
- 59.14 ml hot water (or other liquid in recipe)
- Combine sugar and cream of tartar with hot water. If you are making a recipe that calls for a liquid, omit the hot water and just add the sugar and molasses.
- If there are other spices in the recipe, increase them just a bit to compensate for the loss of molasses flavor.