Did you know there are many different ways to make syrup? If you want to expand your palate and experiment with different kinds of sweet toppings this chart is a great place to start. From the team at Kulickspancakereipes.com comes 35 Types of Syrup That Aren't Maple. You could try Agave Syrup which is straight from the sweet agave plant. Did you know you can make syrup from a birch tree? It is produced almost exactly the same way as maple syrup and produces a savory flavored syrup. A super sweet bar syrup called Grenadine can be used to flavor carbonated beverages like Shirley Temples. Honey can be made into a syrup by stirring a heated combination of honey and water until the honey dissolves. Molasses is a thick and strong syrup made from boiling sugar cane. Molasses cookies were always my grandmother's favorite around the holidays. There are so many different choices on this visual, it is making me crave some pancakes right now!
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