With a rich combination of maple syrup and southern pecans, our Colonial Williamsburg Maple Praline Syrup turns breakfast into an old-fashioned southern spread. This colonial syrup will also enliven your favorite recipes. A simple mix of maple syrup, corn syrup, and butter, for a real step up from your standard supermarket syrup. Great for waffles, pancakes, oatmeal, biscuits . . . 12oz.
Colonial syrup, mix of maple syrup, corn syrup, and butter
Maple syrup is an original American creation. Although maple trees have grown in Europe for centuries, Europeans didn't realize the usefulness of its sap until American Indians taught colonists how to tap the trees. Native tribes had long been using maple sap as a sugar source, and began trading what they called sweetwater with the colonists. It wasn't long before maple sugar and maple syrup became staples of American cooking.
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With the name, ‘Nature’s Garden’, I expected 100 percent syrup with pecan flavor added. But, the first ingredient is corn syrup, followed by: maple syrup, natural praline flavor, water, natural butter flavor, natural maple flavor, caramel color. It tastes good; I just expected 100 percent maple syrup.