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Lyle's Black Treacle - Sainsbury's (Instore) - £0.20 - 84% OFF!

£0.20 @ Sainsbury's
Ridiculously cheap price - was £1.25 - that's 84% off! This was at a Cardiff store but should be available nationwide. "Item code: 3407073 Description Made from cane molasses: a source of … Read More
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8m, 3d agoFound 8 months, 3 days ago
Ridiculously cheap price - was £1.25 - that's 84% off!

This was at a Cardiff store but should be available nationwide.

"Item code: 3407073

Description

Made from cane molasses: a source of minerals

Gluten free

Free from artificial colours, flavours & preservatives

Suitable for vegetarians

Kosher - KLBD

Lyle’s Black treacle adds a rich and sweet flavouring to your favorite recipes. From gingerbread to treacle tarts, Black treacle can also be added to sauces, casseroles and to marinate delicious cooked meats. Try it on delightful barbecues and toffee puddings.

With over 130 years of baking heritage, Lyle’s always being perfect as a topping for puddings and pancakes and so well known for being a unique baking ingredient to enhance flavour in variety of sweet and savoury dishes.

Come visit our website for more inspirational ideas http://www.lylesgoldensyrup.com.

By Appointment to Her Majesty The Queen Tate & Lyle Plc London Sugar Refiners

Nutrition

Table of Nutritional Information

Per 100gEnergy1232Kj290kcalProtein1.7gCarbohydrate64gof which sugars64gFat of which0gsaturates0gFibretraceSodium0.1g

Table of Vitamins and Minerals Information

Per 100gCalcium500mgIron14mgMagnesium130mgIodine100mg

Dietary Information

Kosher

Suitable for Vegetarians

Free From Gluten

Free From Artificial Colours

Free From Artificial Flavours

Free From Artificial Preservatives

Contains 502

Manufacturer

Tate & Lyle,
PO Box 5050,
Notts,
NG15 0DG,
UK.

Country of Origin

Country of origin: United Kingdom

Packaging

Can

Storage

This product must be kept in a cool place and used by the best before date on the lid. Cans beyond this date must be discarded as pressure may have built up in storage."
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8m, 3d agoFound 8 months, 3 days ago
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2 Likes #1
Here's an awesome cake recipe to use it in - have made it 3 times in all and it's as tasty a tasty gets: http://www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/2747/triple-ginger-and-spice-cake
1 Like #2
I also have an incredible sticky gingerbread recipe (although its more like a loaf cake) if anybody wants it :)
#3
Treacle butties.... mmmmmmmm
1 Like #4
I always always have this in my baking cupboard. Mainly use it for flapjacks- quick, easy and got the goodness of porridge oats. I have had a tin explode on the cupboard once. Was like gunfire haha
2 Likes #5
Yes, I found this in my Sainsbury's local. They'd previously reduced it to 84p.
1 Like #6
Time to bake the Christmas cakes.
2 Likes #7
1on4
I also have an incredible sticky gingerbread recipe (although its more like a loaf cake) if anybody wants it :)
I would love your recipe!
1 Like #8
I love the Lyle's tin, with its dead lion! It has the Guinness World Record for the world’s oldest unchanged brand packaging, fact fans. :{

http://www.lylesgoldensyrup.com/our-story/
2 Likes #9
use a whole tin in my homebew stout, oh it's yum.
2 Likes #10
Found a few tins in two sainsburys locals Leeds 6 - hope it's not going to be discontinued in bigger stores although now have about 2/3 year supply
#11
twonkydonkey
use a whole tin in my homebew stout, oh it's yum.
I recently did an experiment worth one batch of beer brewed with 5 different sugars and the molasses was the standout. It was like tasting those lovely burnt raisins on the edge of a fruit cake and quite Christmassy. Will definitely use it again.
1 Like #12
1on4
I also have an incredible sticky gingerbread recipe (although its more like a loaf cake) if anybody wants it :)
Yes, please and thank you for sharing this recipe.
#13
Heat to OP too
#14
I've PM'ed everybody who asked for the recipe :)
1 Like #15
1on4
I've PM'ed everybody who asked for the recipe :)
Thanks so much :-) Nom Nom....
#16
Was full price at my Sainsbury's...
#17
1on4
I also have an incredible sticky gingerbread recipe (although its more like a loaf cake) if anybody wants it :)


Yes please I would love your recipe
#18
£1.25 in Sainsburys Edinburgh.
#19
steven24
1on4
I also have an incredible sticky gingerbread recipe (although its more like a loaf cake) if anybody wants it :)
Yes please I would love your recipe

You need to enable private messaging before I can send it to you. Cheers
#20
Duelling Duck
twonkydonkey
use a whole tin in my homebew stout, oh it's yum.
I recently did an experiment worth one batch of beer brewed with 5 different sugars and the molasses was the standout. It was like tasting those lovely burnt raisins on the edge of a fruit cake and quite Christmassy. Will definitely use it again.


it's defiantly worth adding diffent sugars to your brew, thanks for the reply. I am sure it's a higher alcohol percentage :)

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