Maple syrup

Among the sweeteners less rich in calories, perfect for preparing a large number of desserts, maple syrup is certainly found: this Canadian specialty, whose origins can be traced back to the typical uses of the Iroquois Indian tribe, in the past was prepared in the form of sugar crystals, the purpose of which was to essentially replace cane sugar. Maple syrup is also well known for its notable virtues for human health, starting from its antioxidant properties, as well as its high content of potassium, iron, vitamins and malic acid.

Use in cooking

The most widespread and common way of using maple syrup is certainly to use it as a sweetener to replace sugar in a large number of recipes.


The best way to store maple syrup is to store it in a cool, dark, dry cabinet.


One of the most interesting characteristics of maple syrup, a fine sweetener, is the high content of antioxidant substances.

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