Maple syrup is one of the most familiar organic and healthy components for your health. It has the components of corn syrup, water, salt, high fructose corn syrup, molasses, cellulose gum, sodium hexametaphosphate, polysorbate, potassium sorbate, caramel color and citric acid. These all are very important to the human health. It could not contain the any artificial flavors and unhealthy components so it is healthy to use.
Tips to use the maple syrup
- The last, and perhaps most important, consideration you should make when buying a bottle of maple syrup is understanding what you plan to use it for.
- The new grading systems is available for the people to choose the best and quality of maple syrup grade that is Grade A and Grade B, and instead turn people’s concentration to the maple flavor itself.
- If you plan to use the wholesale maple syrup in baked goods where you want a present but subtle maple flavor, like this Harvest Cake with Goat Cheese Frosting, try Amber Color with Rich Taste previously known as Grade A Medium Amber.
- If you plan to choose darker maple syrup that is used to the cookies functions to ensure the taste and richness of foods. It does not have sugar component so you don’t hesitate to use this in your foods.
- If you want a very light maple flavor, ideally suited for ice cream or for buttermilk pancakes, then choose Golden Color with a Delicate Taste previously known as Grade A Light Amber, or Grade A Fancy.
- If you’re baking something where the maple flavor is absolutely the star of the show, like these Maple Pecan Blondies, then choose darker syrup with a strong maple flavor, like the Dark with Robust Taste previously known as Grade A Dark Amber or Grade B.