This Cinnamon Sorghum Custard Pie recipe is based on one found in a Charleston, SC newspaper. If you have never tried sorghum syrup, I highly recommend seeking some out and then making this pie recipe. Sorghum syrup is amber-colored and complex. It tastes a bit like molasses but without bitterness. It is a flavor like no other, and I think you will love it! | pastrychefonline.com
Cinnamon Sorghum Custard Pie is a comforting fall pie that is easy to make using pantry staples most of you have on hand. Sorghum syrup is worth seeking out. Consider this an alternative to pumpkin pie or pecan pie for Thanksgiving dessert, too. | http://
Red Holland biscuits. A Christmas tradition in the Wimpee home... 4 cups self-rising flour. 1 stock butter - melted. 2 cups buttermilk. Stir until moist ~ don't squeeze! Dip hands in butter & roll lightly into form. Dip ball in butter & lay in pan. Bake @ 450 x 20 minutes. Best served with butter & Sorghum syrup.
Biscuits are what take us into the kitchen today to cook: fat, flaky mounds of quick bread, golden brown, with a significant crumb. Composed of flour, baking powder, fat and a liquid, then baked in a hot oven, they are an excellent sop for sorghum syrup, molasses or honey. (Photo: Marcus Nilsson for The New York Times)
Ready to start your holiday baking? Add our Kentucky Spice Cookies to your favorite recipes this year! These delicately spiced cookies have a secret ingredient - sorghum syrup. The subtle smoky flavor of the sorghum balances out the sweetness and spices in this buttery cookie.