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Pancake Syrup


Pancake Syrup

Pancake Syrup
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Usually based on corn syrup, Pancake Syrups are meant to taste something like maple syrup and to be put on (North American style) pancakes.

Though it is fashionable to knock Pancake Syrup as being a "cheap imitation of maple syrup", these syrups can be tasty in their own right, are great on pancakes, and make a great addition to baked beans, etc.

Many people in fact prefer Pancake Syrup to maple syrup, as maple syrup is very expensive, and the taste of Pancake Syrup can be less intensely sweet.


See also:

Syrups

Agave Syrup; Almond Syrup; Barley Malt Syrup; Birch Syrup; Black Treacle; Brown Rice Syrup; Cane Syrup; Chocolate Syrup; Coconut Syrup; Cordials; Corn Syrup; Fig Syrup; Fox's U-Bet Chocolate Flavor Syrup; Golden Syrup; Gum Syrup; Khus Syrup; Maple Syrup; Nectar Syrup; Orgeade; Orgeat Syrup; Pancake Syrup; Rock Candy Syrup; Rose Syrup; Stages of Cooked Sugar Syrups for Candy - Temperature Guide; Sugar Syrup; Swedish Light Syrup; Syrups; Violet Syrup

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Citation

Oulton, Randal. "Pancake Syrup." CooksInfo.com. Published 10 October 2003; revised 23 August 2007. Web. Accessed 12/16/2017. <http://www.cooksinfo.com/pancake-syrup>.

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