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Made some Thursday night on the griddle. My 6 year old daughter loves them. Especially with a few chocolate chips dropped in before I flipped them. I think I'm the only one that used Karo as syrup. 😆

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15 minutes ago, jhc77 said:

Made some Thursday night on the griddle. My 6 year old daughter loves them. Especially with a few chocolate chips dropped in before I flipped them. I think I'm the only one that used Karo as syrup. 😆

😁 Our boys campaign pretty hard for frosting, but I won't do that. It's just too much sugar to start the day.

I know a guy who makes maple syrup. It's pretty delicious, everything from pancakes to coffee to baked beans.

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28 minutes ago, gregintenn said:

When my kids were little, the sprinkles were reserved for cinnamon toast....or ice cream.

And now you eat them on anything you please, right? 😁

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I got some hickory syrup as a gift recently - and didn’t actually know that was a thing.  But it’s delicious - especially in coffee or on ice cream. its got a nice smoky flavor.  

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11 minutes ago, MacGyver said:

I got some hickory syrup as a gift recently - and didn’t actually know that was a thing.  But it’s delicious - especially in coffee or on ice cream. its got a nice smoky flavor.  

Me neither. That's pretty interesting, and makes me wonder what other tree sap could be syrupized.

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1 hour ago, MacGyver said:

I got some hickory syrup as a gift recently - and didn’t actually know that was a thing.  But it’s delicious - especially in coffee or on ice cream. its got a nice smoky flavor.  

New one on me.

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6 hours ago, gregintenn said:

New one on me.

 

7 hours ago, TomInMN said:

Me neither. That's pretty interesting, and makes me wonder what other tree sap could be syrupized.

 

7 hours ago, MacGyver said:

I got some hickory syrup as a gift recently - and didn’t actually know that was a thing.  But it’s delicious - especially in coffee or on ice cream. its got a nice smoky flavor.  

 

3 hours ago, hughd said:

I think they use the bark.

 

I make a couple of gallons every year.

Happy to post the instructions, if anyone's interested!

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24 minutes ago, robtattoo said:

 

 

 

 

I make a couple of gallons every year.

Happy to post the instructions, if anyone's interested!

I'm interested I made maple syrup as a kid...I'm interested to see if the process is similar. 

 

Thanks!

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On 1/4/2020 at 8:54 AM, jhc77 said:

Made some Thursday night on the griddle. My 6 year old daughter loves them. Especially with a few chocolate chips dropped in before I flipped them. I think I'm the only one that used Karo as syrup. 😆

Not so buddy. I didn't know there was anything else till into my teens. lol That's what my grandparents baked with...forever.

There may be a bottle left around here from my late mother's cooking and baking, but I always thought it too heavy and sugary. So we have had several different brands of lite Maple syrup, Aunt Jemimah's and the like. 

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