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Safe Pancake/Waffle Syrups?

I'm still quite new to this site.. But I'm wondering if there are any safe Maple Syrup/Pancake/Waffle Syrups out there for a PA/TN Person.
Do you just avoid them all or have a recipe to make some syrup? I want to enjoy pancakes and not just eat them plain...
Anything helps, thank you!!
(sorry if I posted these in the wrong groups!)

By amerikanegirl87 on Sun, 12-07-14, 04:41

My son is PA and we give him Hungry Jack Pancakes every morning and he has never had a problem with it. I've never looked into their labeling/manufacturing procedures because he's been fine. We haven't been very careful with the syrups we use too. We just buy whatever is cheapest and haven't had any problems yet :) Good luck!

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By GrownUpLaurenMom on Sat, 08-16-14, 01:23

So easy!!!

Two cups of sugar
One cup of water

Boil until sugar melts - careful to not let pot boil over - just turn down heat.

Add maple flavoring to taste - start with maybe a teaspoon. You can tell by the color when you've added enough.

So very easy. You never run out. Doesn't have a chemical-like flavor.
If you like a buttery flavored maple syrup - just top hot pancakes with butter before pouring on the hot syrup.

Very cheap too - relatively speaking.

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By lovebug99 on Fri, 08-15-14, 16:47

Hello there! I'm allergic to both peanuts and tree nuts and I use the Aunt Jemima Pancake maple syrup!

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By smithdcrk on Wed, 07-30-14, 13:15

We have used honey, cane syrup or pure maple syrup made in the US or Canada. Each of these are single ingredient foods.

If you have concerns call the manufacturer directly to ask about possible cross contamination issues. I know maple sugar candy often has cross-contact with nuts, but that may be from the manufacturer the maple syrup/sugar is sent to for candy making.

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