Carob Syrup

Carob syrup is rich, dense, and complex like molasses, but not as thick or heavy. Like molasses, it is also rich in iron and nutrients (Chow, 2010).

Allergy Alert:

Carob is not a common food allergen, but could cause an allergic reaction in some people. If you’re eating a food product made with carob syrup, it may contain other common food allergens that could potentially trigger allergy symptoms (Livestrong, 2011).

Common Uses:

Carob syrup is used as a sweetener in a variety of foods and drinks, generally catering to an organic or vegan audience.

Dietary Information and Related Articles:

Here is a recipe for making your own carob syrup.