Molasses is one of those foods that doesn't appear in recipes very often, but it's a surprisingly good sweetener for a lot of things, and its benefits go beyond just adding sweetness. Molasses is a byproduct created from processing raw sugar cane and sugar beets, and the thick syrup actually contains a host of minerals and nutrients, according to Taste of Home.
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