Lyle's Golden Syrup is a thick, amber-colored form of inverted sugar syrup, made in the process of refining sugar cane juice into sugar, or by treatment of a sugar solution with acid. It is used in a variety of baking recipes and desserts. It has an appearance similar to honey, and is often used as a substitute for people who do not eat honey. It can also be used as a substitute for corn syrup.
used in a variety of baking recipes and desserts
perfect for drizzling
Sweet honey substitute
imported from England
Product Information Specifications for Lyle's Golden Syrup Tin 454g (3 Pack) Below:
Mrs. Butterworth made her television debut in 1961, and was not shy about how thick, rich, and deliciously sweet her syrup is. This still holds true today. Whatever variety you choose; Original, Lite, or Sugar Free you will be sure to enjoy her thick and rich syrup!
Karo Corn Syrup, the leading national brand of corn syrup, is great when used in recipes that call for something sweet, like baked goods, pies, popcorn balls and in sauces for meat and poultry because it is a natural sweetener. Most famous as the primary ingredient in Pecan Pie, Karo has been known for it's trusted quality since 1902.
Yetnal Mulyeot, Korean Malt Syrup (24.69 Oz) By Ottogi
Ottogi Bikkal Goun Yungi En Yetnal Mulyeot is malt syrup used in braising, seasoning and grilling to add a hint of sweetness and shiny glaze. Unlike regular corn syrup, it is clear in color. You can keep the original color of your dish and make it look more appetizing. Mulyeot is also used in making cookies or snacks such as hangwa (Korean traditional cookie) and matang (glazed sweet potato). It hardens the ingredients together. After hardening, though, it still produces a soft, creamy texture.
Deep in the hills of Tennessee, midway between Nashville and Knoxville lies a little community called Muddy Pond. During September and Ocotber, you can smell the aroma of fresh made sorghum syrup being made by the Guenther family. Stop by the Muddy Pond Sorghum Mill and watch step by step as sorghum syrup is being made. You can taste the syrup while it is still warm and purchase some to take home with you. You can watch the horses walk around the cane mill as the juice is being squeezed out of the sorghum cane. You may hear the train whistle blow as the wood fired, steam locomotive boiler makes the steam that boils the juice down to syrup. After making sorghum syrup since the mid 1960's with others in the community, Several of the grandchildren can be seen filling containers and labeling jars. As the years have passed and the demand for sorghum has increased, we have gone from cutting the cane by hand, with a machete, to harvesting with a machine. We now have a cane cutting machine that is self-propelled. It deheads the cane, cuts it off at the ground, then chops the stalks into short pieces and blows the leaves out. Then the pieces of cane are dropped into a press that squeezes out the juice and pumps it into a tank that is pulled behind the machine. The tank of juice is taken to the sorghum mill and pumped into a holding tank. It is preheated overnight, and early the next morning we start boiling it. The juice is cooked in a 22 x 8 foot evaporator pan. It is heated by steam produced by a wood fired, steam locomotive boiler. The finished product is then cooled and bottled, ready to pour on some hot biscuits.
Available in strawberry, peach and blueberry, Wawa-Wee organic fruit syrups are delicious used as a breakfast or dessert topping. Wawa-Wee syrups contain no high fructose corn syrup and no artificial flavors, colors or preservatives. Mix Wawa-Wee into your milk, tea, soda or milkshakes and smoothies. Drizzle it on your pancakes, waffles, yogurt, oatmeal and ice cream. Children and adults alike are sure to love it! Wawa-Wee Organic Fruit Syrups is owned by Teajara Foods Inc, A Social Purpose Corporation. With every bottle of syrup you purchase, you feed an orphaned child in need.
Made of molasses and corn syrup and blended for a unique flavor that tastes great on corn bread, pancakes, or waffles. Full Flavor Syrup can even be corn syrup or sugar substitute in your favorite recipes.