Sorghum syrup is a liquid sweetener produced from high sugar cultivars of sorghum. It is made from filtered and evaporated sorghum cane juice. Sorghum syrup is popular in the Southern United States where sorghum is a common crop.
Sorghum syrup is primarily sugar and is a source of trace amounts of vitamins and minerals including iron, magnesium, potassium, manganese, and B vitamins.
Cakes, cookies, pies, baked goods, cornbread, in place of molasses, corn syrup, honey, or maple syrup
National Sweet Sorghum Producers & Processors Association
Sweet sorghum syrup, sorghum molasses