Maple Pancake Syrup Powder, Sugar-Free

  • Gluten Free
  • Kosher
  • Non GMO
  • Vegan
Maple Pancake Syrup Powder, Sugar-Free

  • Gluten Free
  • Kosher
  • Non GMO
  • Vegan
Choose your option:
  • $10.35
    1/2 lb. *
  • $19.63
    1 lb. *
  • $92.98
    5 lb.

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Maple syrup may have started to be made long before recorded history; by the Native Americans in what is now Canada. The natives would use their tomahawks to make V-shaped incisions in the trees and record their sweet sap, then boil it in clay pots over an open fire. Over time, the Native sugar shacks became traditional gathering places, where people would meet up after a long day growing crops and hunting and they would share the meal they had prepared. So deep is Canada's love affair with the delicious maple syrup, that a maple leaf is prominently featured on the nation's flag. We at Nature's Flavors, on the other hand, are celebrating its sweet taste by carefully preparing our SweetenFX Maple Flavor Syrup- with all the deliciousness of fresh maple syrup with much less of the calories. SweetenFX Maple Flavor Syrup is made with a mix of two natural sweeteners- stevia, extracted from a shrub that grows wild in Latin America, and erythritol made from fermented sugar cane. SweetenFX Maple Flavor Syrup and fluffy Canadian pancakes go together like peanut butter and jelly; if you'd like to experience some new and less usual Flavors on your pancakes- then you could try Erythritol Caramel Corn Coffee Syrup and fresh banana slices, Erythritol Panettone Flavor Syrup; to which, if desired, you can add chopped walnuts or Erythritol Panettone Flavor Syrup and fruits of your choice. There's plenty to choose from!


Shrove Tuesday ( Mardi Gras, and Fat Tuesday) is the day preceding Ash Wednesday, the first day of Lent; for many of us, especially those living in Europe or Canada- or who are of European or Canadian origin- this is better known as Pancake Day. In England, some towns celebrate the occasion with street mob football games. More commonly, pancake races, in which contestants carry frying pans with pancakes on them are held in villages and towns. Legend says that the tradition originated with a housewife from Olney, who was so busy making pancakes that she forgot the time until she heard the church bells ringing for service; so she had to rush out, while still carrying her pan and pancakes. Still, we'd say the best way to celebrate Pancake Day is with a good dash of SweetenFX Maple Flavor Syrup and a little bit of butter on Canadian pancakes; running around with the frying pan is optional.

Daily Uses

SweetenFX Maple Flavor Syrup is great as a topping for pancakes; to which you can add not just butter, but also fresh banana slices, chopped nuts, or other fillings of your choice. It also works great as a topping for ice creams and sundaes- particularly in combination with whipped cream and the nutty ice cream Flavors, such as walnut or hazelnut. SweetenFX Maple Flavor Syrup is also a good ingredient for cooking- you could add, for instance, a little bit of SweetenFX Maple Flavor Syrup to your favorite sauces and stuffings, to add a little bit of flavor. You can even use SweetenFX Maple Flavor Syrup in baking- we love it in simple shortbread cookies, blended, if desired, with a little bit of Organic French Vanilla Coffee Syrup (Kosher, Vegan, Soy, and Gluten-Free); or in whiskey fruitcake dough. You can also use SweetenFX Maple Flavor Syrup to sweeten creams and custards, as well as to top baked apples or other similar desserts. Better yet, why not let us know yourself what great uses you've found for it?

Health Benefits

Maple syrup is a staple of breakfast and desserts for many of us. However, pure maple syrup has a glycemic index value of 54, which means a moderate effect of blood glucose levels; which is OK for most of us, in reasonable doses, but not for diabetics. SweetenFX Maple Flavor Syrup, on the other hand, is sweetened with SweetenFX- a blend of stevia and erythritol which has practically no calories and will not affect your blood sugar levels; which means that you can enjoy SweetenFX Maple Flavor Syrup even if you suffer from diabetes or try to lose weight. Sounds good to you? Then go ahead and give SweetenFX Maple Flavor Syrup a try! SweetenFX Maple Flavor Syrup for diabetics, SweetenFX Maple Flavor Syrup low calorie, SweetenFX Maple Flavor Syrup pancakes, SweetenFX Maple Flavor Syrup for baking

How to Make Recipes

Another Great Recipe by Nature's Flavors Want to learn a quick and delicious recipe using SweetenFX Maple Flavor Syrup? Below you'll find a wonderful recipe just for that. Of course, you are more than welcome to send us your recipes using SweetenFX Maple Flavor Syrup.

Baked Apples with SweetenFX Maple Flavor Syrup Creamy Topping
Category: Desserts
Makes: 1
6 medium Baking apples -- cored and peeled halfway down from the stem
1/4 cup of Chopped walnuts
1/4 cup of Sugar
1/2 teaspoon of Cinnamon
1/3 cup of SweetenFX Maple Flavor Syrup
1/4 cup of Water
1 cup of Sour cream
1/2 cup of Buttermilk

Recipe Preparation Instruction
Place apples in greased shallow baking dish. Mix together nuts, sugar, and cinnamon and fill the centers of apples. Drizzle SweetenFX Maple Flavor Syrup over apples, and add water to the dish. Bake at 425 for 25-30 minutes. Cool on a rack, basting occasionally with pan juices. Cover and chill. Beat together sour cream and butter milk until well blended. Spoon over baked apples. Recipe By: DLGREAT File Liked our recipe, how about you try Organic Cotton Candy Snow Cone Syrup (Kosher, Vegan, Gluten-Free) Hope you liked our Baked Apples with SweetenFX Maple Flavor Syrup Creamy Topping recipe. If you would like to send us your recipe

More Info

Nature's Flavors SweetenFX Maple Flavor Syrup is Organic, with natural color, and is water-soluble. It has low pH and does contain sugar. Finally, it is, Gluten-Free, Kosher, Non-Allergenic, and Vegan.


How to use:
1 to 10 Ratio:
-1 part Powder
-10 parts water
Or based on taste preference

Ingredients: Natural Erythritol, Stevia, Citric Acid, Natural colors, and Natural Flavors

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