For the 3rd year in a row, my father has been given a gift of sorghum syrup from my grandparents. He and the rest of my family find it pretty gross [but don't have the heart to say anything], and can't eat it on pancakes and biscuits, as they do. It's very similar to molasses and I'm wondering if it can be substituted for it in baked goods [none of my family likes molasses by itself either, but really enjoy, for instance, molasses cookies].
Secondly, can anyone help me out with recipes that actually use sorghum syrup in some way? Baked goods would be great, but really any recipe is welcome. It would be great to expand my cooking repertoire to include this.