Dried molasses is made when the syrup of sugar cane is crystallized. In essence, it is dehydrated until small granules are formed. These granules are free flowing, dry to the touch, and easy to use. Molasses granules can be reconstituted by adding water in the correct amount. The correct ratio of granules to water is important in these cases to maintain the right consistency of molasses. Molasses granules, sometimes known as dried molasses or molasses sugar, is a convenient substitute for regular, liquid molasses. If you are of English extraction you may know this product as Black Treacle.
Price is per ounce.