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Bring 1 cup water to a boil. Add white sugar, brown sugar and mapeleine. Stir until all sugar is dissolved and remove from heat. Let cool. Pour in syrup bottle. Keep in fridge.
Source: Magazine, can't remember which one.
By coville123 from Brockville, Ontario
Bring water to a boil. Add sugar and bring to a boil. Remove from heat.
By Robin from Washington, IA
There are many sugar-free alternatives for those who are avoiding added sugars. This guide contains sugar-free syrup recipes.
This guide contains a Jell-O syrup recipe. Mix Jell-O, sugar, water, and corn starch to make a quick syrup for pancakes and more.
Ginger is a popular flavoring for sodas, teas and other drinks. It would also be great to use in recipes instead of powdered ginger. This guide contains a recipe for ginger syrup.
For a change of pace from maple or other flavored syrups try making this delicious vanilla version. This page contains a recipe for creamy vanilla pancake syrup.
This is a guide about making your own maple syrup. Learn when and how to collect sap from maple trees, so you can make your own precious syrup.
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I would like a simple easy recipe for homemade pancake syrup that doesn't go quickly to sugar. Thanks folks.
By Pati Mishler
I make our own maple syrup with 1 cup water, two cups sugar and 2-3 tbs of 100% maple syrup. I don't know how long it would take to crystallize. One rule to avoid this is never mix batches of syrup. I made the mistake of adding a new batch to a small amount leftover from the last one and it crystallized.
I also like to make strawberry or blueberry syrup with 1 cup water, 1 cup sugar, 2 tbs cornstarch and a cup of berries.
I read somewhere to add a small amount (teaspoon) of vinegar to prevent crystallization.
1 cup brown sugar
1/4 tsp. cream of tartar
1 cup white sugar
1 cup water
1 tsp. maple flavoring
Boil until temperature is 200°F on candy thermometer. Cool and store in airtight container.
I've found refrigerating helps keep it from crystallizing as quickly as when stored in a cabinet.
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Combine 1/2 cup syrup with 1 to 2 cups butter to make thin flavored icings for pancakes, french toast, muffins, biscuits, or cakes.