Move over, molasses—make way for sorghum. What's the difference, you ask? Sorghum, or sorghum molasses, is the concentrated sweet nectar extracted from sorghum cane, while regular molasses comes from sugarcane. Oberholtzer's 100 percent pure sorghum from Liberty, Kentucky, is harvested the old-fashioned way, and it's pure (not blended with other ingredients). Make soft sorghum cookies, sorghum caramel corn, sorghum granola or simply drizzle the sweet goodness over a pile of skillet-fried hoecakes.