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Product Description

Serve up stacks of hunter's hot cakes with dehydrated maple syrup. Just boil maple powder in water until the desired thickness is reached. Maple Powder is a scrumptious addition to oatmeal and granola cereals, baked beans, and sausage dishes. The more you use maple powder, the more you'll find it's a key ingredient in a variety of cookies, brownies, salads, soups, casseroles, shakes, and fudges (see our Premium Dutch processed cocoa powder). Try it on squash or on chili chicken, or mix up a batch of Steak & Chicken Wow! Spice Rub. Own maple powder and enjoy the tastes of tree sapping year-round!

Usage:

For use in your favorite pies, pancakes, etc. To make syrup, bring to a boil 2/3 cup of Maple Powder and 1/3 cup of water.

Ingredients:

Dehydrated Maple Syrup

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  1. Great Product

    Posted by Unknown on 20th Jun 2017

    Must have for me. High quality product

  2. OMG!!

    Posted by joan on 16th Dec 2016

    This is a fantastic way to add maple flavor to plain yogurt... or anything else that needs 'real maple flavor'. It is real maple syrup, just dehydrated! Wow, it gives that punch to anything - and can be rehydrated into syrup as well. What a wonderful product!

  3. Maple Powder

    Posted by Unknown on 22nd Jun 2015

    Maple powder has good flavor, however the powder clumps up a lot.

  4. Delicious!

    Posted by Unknown on 17th Aug 2014

    This is so good added to Light syrup, and is so good added to oatmeal, and I made up a special spice blend with this and about 6 other spices & give away as gifts, so good on steaks....

  5. Best Flavor

    Posted by Ann on 13th Jul 2012

    I use this in a special spice blend I make to use on all meats. I have a recipe for the spice blend on this site. I also use it on oatmeal & cream of wheat, it's alittle pricey but goes a long way, you need very little on your cereals. And my family and friends love the recipe I've created using the maple powder.

  6. Great Flavor

    Posted by Ann on 2nd Jul 2012

    I use this in Oatmeal & Cream of Wheat, and I make a spice blend for meats, excellent taste.