Natures Flavors Organic Maple Snow Cone Syrup is made with only the highest quality ingredients. We have been making syrups for over twenty five years! Organic Maple Snow Cone Syrup can be used in so many ways. One of its most popular uses is in coffee as a flavor and sweetener. In an 8 ounce cup of Maple, add 1 to 2 teaspoons of syrup (depending on your sweetness preference). If you have a way to make homemade ice cream, then Natures Flavors Organic Maple Snow Cone Syrup will make the greatest Maple flavored ice cream you have ever tasted. Simply add one tablespoon of Organic Maple Snow Cone Syrup to 16 ounces of half-and-half and mix thoroughly. Then add 1 cup of organic corn syrup or honey. Finally, add 1 teaspoon of Natures Flavors Organic Vanilla Extract, mix and allow it to chill for 1 to 2 hours. Once chilled, you can begin adding the mixture to your automatic ice cream maker. This recipe works great in most automatic ice cream makers like the Cuisinart frozen yogurt, ice cream and sorbet maker. Natures Flavors Organic Maple Snow Cone Syrup is also excellent for baking. It is very heat stable and will bake well without a significant flavor loss. It is excellent in cookies, cakes and icings. You can add a little to puddings and custards for a little extra flair. In addition to these uses, our Organic Maple Snow Cone Syrup can be used in the following applications: Italian sodas, snow cones, shaved ice, smoothies, pancakes, waffles, milk shakes, sherbets, sorbets, frozen yogurts and icings.
The sweet, naturally sensational taste of Maple has been in use for many years. Beginning with the Native Americans, Maple flavor comes from Maple trees. Maple trees are known for their immense size and life span. The Maple tree is abundant in the Eastern part of the United States. As the Native Americans cultivated around the various Northeastern tribal areas, they would use the natural resources around them to provide for the tribe. The Maple tree bark was pulled and the sap upon the Maple tree bark was used for flavoring and sweetening various dishes and drinks the Native Americans made. When European explorers came to America and were introduced to Maple flavor, they were instantly hooked! The explorers learned how the Native Americans produced Maple flavor from bark. This process included using containers to trap the sap and boiling the contents to produce the final content. By boiling the sap, the water evaporated, making the sap turn into a thick, molasses-like syrup which captivated everyone's taste buds even today!
Legend has it that Maple branches would protect homes from bat intrusions. The Maple branch is also a significant symbol of good health for young children. In the old days, passing a child around a Maple tree branch would ensure the child's health and wellbeing, as well as success in the future.
Nature's Flavors' Organic Maple Snow Cone Syrup is a simple and sensationally delicious addition to your iced treats, as well as baked goods and beverages.
The delicate, simple notes of Maple have been known to help alleviate cough and throat symptoms. Maple is also beneficial because it contains a healthy amount of zinc for the body's wellness.
How to Make Recipes
Interested in making your very own shaved ice with Organic Maple flavor? It's easy. Here's how: Take a cup of ice and crush it in a blender. Take the crushed ice and place it in a small bowl. Place 1 to 2 teaspoons of Nature's Flavors' Organic Maple Snow Cone Syrup on ice. Enjoy!
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