Apple Cider Syrup
Cider syrup is also known as apple molasses. It is a kind of fruity syrup. It is a thick and dark brown opaque syrup with concentrated apple flavor. The colour of apple molasses is darker than honey and it is more tart then maple syrup. This kind of apple syrup was first made in colonial America. It is easier to keep a syrup-like product than fresh apples for an extended period. The cider syrup is produced by boiling sweet cider while stirring, until the water content of the cider has evaporated. Thus, the cider syrup is a kind of natural syrup without additional reagents. Many farms still produce apple cider syrup today in Maine, Massachusetts, and other parts of New England. It has historically been used as the sweetening agent with many kinds of vegetables. Apple cider syrup is typically used when making cakes, cookies and other recipes. It also contains nutrients such as sodium, potassium, sugars, vitamin A, vitamin C, calcium and magnesium. It is an endangered regional food tradition of the United States of America.
Ingredients 100% Apple Cider Juice
Apple Cider Caramel Sauce
Apple cider caramel sauce, it’s the perfect fall treat! This caramel sauce is perfect as a dip for apple slices, on top of pancakes, drizzle on french toast or Ice cream, or as a filling for cinnamon rolls, etc. Any way you choose to have this apple cider caramel sauce, it is absolutely delish!
100% Apple Cider Syrup, Cream, Butter, Sugar, Proprietary Spice Blend, Corn Syrup, Pink Himalayan Salt.