Tate & Lyle’s Black Treacle—a pourable, dark molasses-like syrup—is a British baking staple. Use this rich syrup to make traditional English sweets like treacle tart, toffee and Christmas pudding. Black treacle can be used in any recipe that calls for dark molasses—it adds a deep, caramelized complexity to everything from cookies and cakes to quick breads (try adding it to zucchini bread).
Black treacle also makes a fantastic addition to savory recipes—use it to sweeten marinades and glazes for meats, add it to an unforgettable barbeque sauce or drizzle it over slices of roasted winter squash like butternut or acorn squash. And for all you home brewers out there, try using Tate & Lyle’s Black Treacle to flavor homemade beers and ales.
Fun fact: Tate and Lyle’s products holds the Guinness World Record for the oldest branding—the design and packing has been maintained since 1885! For more English sweeteners, try Tate & Lyle's Golden Syrup.