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Feels Like Fall! Recipes inspired by rich, flavorful Silan Date Syrup

Feels Like Fall! Recipes inspired by rich, flavorful Silan Date Syrup

From overnight oats to roasted vegetables, Silan Date Syrup is the perfect addition to all of your favorite fall dishes. If you’re not familiar with this incredibly versatile sweetener, silan is a thick syrup made only from dates! It’s sometimes referred to as “date honey” and has a deep, rich flavor. Soom sources dates for our Silan from the fertile Jordan Valley and The Arava Desert. We steam and press the fruit into a thick syrup that is milder in sweetness yet deeper in flavor than honey or maple syrup. It can be used as a substitute for any liquid sweetener. If you are new to date syrup, this recipe roundup will definitely have you adding it to your shopping list!

Gingerbread Overnight Oats

One of our favorite ways to use silan is by adding it to our breakfast. We especially love it in oats! Silan adds a deep complexity no other liquid sweetener can achieve. If gingerbread isn’t your thing, this recipe is super flexible and wany warm fall spices can be substituted.

Buckwheat Tahini Banana Bread Pancakes

These scrumptious pancakes are gluten-free, refined sugar-free, and fiber-filled. They're packed with the nutrients from buckwheat, tahini, nuts, and fruit for the energy you need to start your day right. And best of all, they freeze well so you can have a hearty breakfast any day of the week!  

Spicy Silan BBQ Wings

It’s not football season without wings! Score big withSofra Bakery’s recipe for Spicy Silan BBQ Sauce. You’re sure to impress friends and family with the addictive blend of rich Soom Silan and the perfect blend of spices. Slather the lightly sweetened sauce over wings, cauliflower, or even crispy tofu!

Silan Pecan Pie

No holiday dessert spread is complete without a pecan pie. Addingsilan date syrup to the filling creates a rich pie that your guests will gonuts for (pun intended!). This recipe is a quick and easy filling to use with a pre-made crust, or, if you’re feeling ambitious, you can make your own. There’s no doubt this pie will be the star of the party! 

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