Copycat Recipe for McCormick's Maple Multigrain Seasoning

Has anyone duplicated this recipe? McCormick's maple multigrain seasoning is a wonderful seasoning for salmon or chicken. It used to be carried at Sam's Club and I more recently found online at SpicePlace.com, but ordered their last odd lot.

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July 10, 20180 found this helpful

Amazon lists the ingredients as following:Sea Salt, Brown Sugar, Evaporated Cane Syrup, Spices (Including Paprika and Basil), Maple Syrup, Quinoa, Rolled Oats, Golden and Brown Flaxseed, Onion, Safflower Oil, Natural Flavor, and Corn Meal. Partially processed with genetic engineering.

You would have a lot of experimenting to do because they dont list all of the spices.

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July 10, 20180 found this helpful

Have you tried to company to see if they are going to start selling it again? nutritiondatalist.com/.../maple-multigrain-seasoning-upc-052100036205

The contact button is at the lower left on the link.

If it is discontinued, I have had luck buying discontinued products on eBay. Just always ask about expiration dates any only buy from sellers with a 99% or higher feedback rating.

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July 13, 20180 found this helpful

I do not believe anyone has made a copycat recipe for McCormick's Maple Multigrain Seasoning but it would be a good item to recheck occasionally.

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  • The link that Pghgirl40 gives is an excellent link for the ingredients but this is a nutritional site and has nothing to do with McCormick's products. They only deal with the nutritional facts so they could not answer any questions about this product. I use this site a lot because you can find out what is in thousands of products without looking at the item itself.
  • nutritiondatalist.com/product-index
  • This is a discontinued item but it has not made it to McCormick's discontinued list as of today. The company once sent me a letter stating the discontinued items did not go on this list until several months after discontinued because it sometimes had adverse effects and some people would buy in bulk (go from store to store) and then charge exorbitant prices on auction sites.
  • If you ever wish to check for a product made by McCormick's here is a great link. It has all of their discontinued items but also many recipes and also links to where to buy any of their products.
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  • www.mccormick.com/discontinued
  • Here is a link to contact McCormick's and they usually answer within a few days.
  • www.mccormick.com/contact
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