Treacle, you hear: and for that matter, Martha has no jam to give!
These may be served with jam, treacle, butter and sugar, or with a sweet sauce.
Add two table-spoonfuls of treacle to a pint of milk, and when ready to boil, stir it briskly over the fire till it curdles.
Meg, if you start in your honest-English vein, I shall throw the treacle at you.
Round, like a—like a washing-flannel, and swimming in treacle.
Does she still devour her—er—washing flannels and treacle for breakfast?
Give it brimstone and treacle and a cupful of wormwood and camomile.
This love for creatures is often for the heart and soul what treacle is to the wings of a fly!
Peer had treacle with his porridge that very day, though it was only a week-day.
The King slabbed it on with the enjoyment of a child messing with treacle.