5 Reviews

This works well. It does taste better with some juices vs others. I originally tried it with apple juice and would have rated it 4 stars but then I tried mango nectar and yummy! We use this over gluten free crepes and pancakes.

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UmmBinat June 14, 2012

The waffles were hot and crisp, but there was no maple syrup in the house... so i decided to try this recipe. Superb! Used banana juice this time, but will try it with other varieties. I think I boiled too long, as it started forming threads from the spoon when it started to cool. Next time I'll take it off earlier. Thanks for the recipe

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Cathy-O April 08, 2006

This needs 10 Stars!

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JustaQT May 02, 2004

Very good, very easy. I used apple juice- not sure why actually. We used the syrup on pancakes and enjoyed it. Thanks!

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Miraklegirl November 28, 2003

You have a MASTER BLASTER WINNER here! Gosh, this stuff makes me feel like it's some nectar and I'm some hungry ant. LOL. I made this using Lacnor's Fruit Cocktail drink and sugar. I followed the instructions to the T. This tastes so good I can't just find the right words to describe how many THANK YOU's my taste buds are sending out to you! I loved serving this on plain biscuits and on Light Cinnamon Vanilla Breakfast Biscuits (Eggless)[recipe number:32057]. YOU'VE MADE MY DAY! Thanks again! :-)

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Charishma_Ramchandani October 17, 2003
Fruit Syrup