Reduced Maple Syrup Transforms Into Dry sugar Almost Instantly

Most of us know maple syrup as something North Americans put on their pancakes. Turns out, there are many other ways to use maple syrup and it’s actually good for you! You hear of “empty calories” and how refined white sugar has little to offer nutritionally, but maple syrup is high in certain minerals such as manganese and riboflavin. In fact, according to the Canadian Nutrient File from Health Canada and the USDA Nutrient Database, maple syrup has 95% of your recommended daily value of manganese and small amounts of calcium, potassium, and zinc. Besides calories, what does corn syrup offer you? Nothing! Maple syrup is even healthier than honey.