24 November 2017
Molasses, also known as black treacle is a thick syrup sweetener produced as a bi-product of sugar production from sugarcane. Unlike table sugar, molasses has an intense flavour that is sweet, yet bitter and works well in baked goods like gingerbread, cookies and cakes. Interestingly, blackstrap molasses is a rich source of micronutrients including iron, calcium, magnesium and B vitamins, so has a long history of being used as a dietary supplement. These traditional cookies utilize a small amount of molasses, meaning that the are low FODMAP in a single serve, but remain big on flavour!
Makes 30 cookies
1 serve = 1 cookie
*Check gluten free flour mixes for high FODMAP ingredients such as flours based on legumes or lupin.
|Nutrition Information/serve||1 serve = 1 cookie|
|- Saturated fat||1.0|