Natures Flavors Compliant Organic Pear Snow Cone Syrup is made with only the highest quality ingredients. We have been making syrups for over twenty five years! Organic Pear 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 coffee, 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 Pear Snow Cone Syrup will make the greatest Pear flavored ice cream you have ever tasted. Simply add one Pear 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 Pear 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 Pear 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 world loves tasty, flavorful pears. It is one of our most beloved and earliest cultivated fruits. The Greek poet, Homer, acclaimed pears as a -Gift of the Gods.- The Goddess of Fruit, Pomona, was a cherished member of the Roman Pantheon and Roman farmers were the first to document pear growing and grafting techniques. Among the trading routes of the ancient world, pears were valued due to their versatility and long shelf life. They were also used as -subjects' for still-life paintings by artists of the time and continue to be used today by aspiring and established painters. Pears thrived in the newly established eastern American settlements until crop blights made it impossible to sustain widespread cultivation. In the 1's, pear trees found their way to the Pacific Northwest where they thrived in the agricultural conditions of Oregon and Washington. Today, pear varieties from that area of the country are compared -flavorably' to those found in France and Belgium, where pears are prized for their delicate flavor, buttery texture and long storage life. American fruit buyers have displayed a dramatic and increased interest in purchasing fresh pears at grocery stores. USDA resources reports the per capita consumption of table quality, fresh pears has increased more than most fruits. Fresh pears can be kept at, or near freezing temperatures, for as long as 5 months. Nature's Flavours has been producing Organic Pear Snow Cone Syrup for over twenty-five years using only the highest quality, pure ingredients.
Nature's Flavors' Organic Pear Snow Cone Syrup is excellent for baking purposes. It is very heat stable. Nature's Flavors' Pear flavored Snow Cone Syrup adds great flavor to cookie, cakes and icings. Our Pear Snow Cone Syrup also adds extra flair to puddings and custards. In addition to baking applications, our Organic Snow Cone Syrups work great in Italian Ices, Ice cream, sorbets, smoothies and milk shakes. Pears can be consumed fresh, canned, dried or as juice. For cooking purposes, the -culinary' or -cooking' pear, is green, but hard, and only edible after several hours of cooking. They can be served warm or cold, and traditionally, after being stewed in wine with spices.
Pears contain no fat and provide antioxidant protection. They are a source of Vitamin A, Vitamin B1, Vitamin B2, Vitamin C, Niacin, along with the minerals Calcium, Phosphorus, Iron and Potassium.