Trap the essence of the long lazy days of summer in this clover and wild rose infused syrup. Take a walk in a meadow to collect the flowers for this recipe. Reminiscent of honey, use as a substitute for corn syrup or, well, honey.
Old-time New Englanders called it apple molasses, cider jelly, or cider syrup. But apple molasses isn’t just a quaint novelty. It’s an affordable pantry workhorse along the lines of honey or maple syrup, and it’s a great alternative to refined sugar.