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Tate and Lyle Black Treacle 454g


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  • Comes in a 454g and 7.257kg bottle
  • Has a unique flavor
  • Syrup that is suitable for baking
  • Similar to molasses
  • This item is prone to leak through the seal on the can
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Tate and Lyle Black Treacle 454g + Lyles Golden Syrup 16.0 Fluid Oz(454g) Per Tin - Pack 2 Tins
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Product Description

This dark viscous syrup has a distinctive and very traditional flavour. It is particularly suited to use in baking for rich fruitcakes, treacle scones as well as toffee, liquorice and humbugs. Or as a rich topping to pancakes.

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  • Shipping Weight: 15.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000BTEHRC
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (45 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #12,834 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
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Customer Reviews

A deeper, more mellow flavor.
jlil
After discovering Lyle's Golden Syrup, which I love, I realized Lyle's also makes Treacle.
WildanessDude
My husband swears by this product as he uses it to make Barbecue sauces and brines.
Chloe K.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Tony on October 10, 2012
Treacle one of the highest sources of dietary potassium available. 30 grams of this is equivalent to two full potatoes, three or more bananas, 12-16 oz of fish. If you like this and want to easily boost your potassium (and possibly lower your blood pressure and risk of other diseases) this can be one easy way to do so.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Graves VINE VOICE on January 28, 2014
Well known to the British table, especially of a century or so back Treacle is all but unknown in the states and as it appears in a great many English recipes or if you like English books from a century ago then you might be left wondering what the heck is it? Treacle tarts huh? This is your chance to find out. But for goodness sake do NOT repeat my mistake of putting it on bread like honey or Treacle's sweeter cousin, Golden Syrup. Think of this like, and use like molasses, it is thicker and a little more bitter but carries so much flavor and power.

So why did I give it only four stars? I'm still mentally scarred by my long ago mistake with toast- bleah!
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By George E. Rojan on January 9, 2007
I have tried substituting molasses in desperation but had poor results. Thankfullly I have found a local store which carries Lyle's black treacle so now I am a happy Brit. You certainly helped in an emergency.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By E. Foster on April 7, 2013
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I always wondered what Treacle was.

It turns out its some of the best tasting black strap molasses i have ever ate. Highly recommended.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Thomas C. Heagy on May 27, 2013
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Some people thin you can substitute molassus for black treacle in a recepie. Not true. the black treacle has a distinctive and delicious flavor . If you haven't tried it , you should.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By jlil on November 8, 2013
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So much better than using molasses. A deeper, more mellow flavor. Sure you can use molasses but its going to taste a whole lot better with treacle.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By S. Hamilton on March 17, 2014
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For years I've made gingerbread with molasses...then I found an English recipe that called for Lyle's Black Treacle and I decided "ok
I'll order some and see"....OMG treacle is not molasses. Yes, the two are similar, as both are obtained during the sugar refining process, and either one can be used. However, the taste of each is VERY different! I found that small cakes and gingerbread made with molasses is much blander than those with treacle. Delicious and definitely worth trying...ditto when making taffy...and other recipes. I'm sold so after a lifetime of buying Brer Rabbit molasses it's bye bye to the bunny.... I'm a treacle fan now.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By S. Shah on November 14, 2014
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I purchased the treacle for use in brewing a batch of heavy porter. This stuff is not the same as molasses (google molasses vs treacle) Okay, if you must know..molasses is made from the left overs of the refining of the raw sugar and treacle is made from the syrup of already refined sugar. Moving along...This stuff is very sticky and flows..like molasses. Had to put that in there. A simple bath in hot water for about 30 minutes had the stuff flowing very easily out of the can into my beer wort. I've previously used this same brand of treacle in a recipe for Guinness brown bread and it turned out great!.
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