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HABANERO INFUSED MAPLE SYRUP

Habanero Infused Maple Syrup

$8.25

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HOT- 2012 WINNER FIERY FOODS CHALLENGE (Irving,TX)- 2013 WINNER SCOVIE AWARDS (Albuquerque, NM)-This is a sensational combination of sweet and heat with a rich maple taste.The syrup is a Pure Vermont Grade B. I chose to use Grade B because it is has the richest maple flavor. This product can be used just like regular maple syrup or as a spicy dessert sauce, with steamed squash or carrots, and also as a glaze for ribs,chops chicken or beef! This is a perfect cooking grade syrup as well….Enjoy.- Ol’ Benito

9 reviews for Habanero Infused Maple Syrup

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    Good call Brian! I’ve actually been caguht in the conundrum of choosing real maple syrup or non. I learned cracker barrel switched to the sugar syrup a few years ago. That was heart breaking. But I have found some real maple syrup at the grocery before. Pretty good stuff! I’ll probably have an eye on this next time I head to Kroger.

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    Mmmm sounds good Cindy! : ) I’ll have to try that repice. Thanks! I have a old waffle maker that I got from my mother in law. I make the waffle batter x 3 and make em light, then freeze em up for toasting later. It works out great. Also, ever try adding Hodgson Mill’s Multi Grain cereal mix made with Milled Flaxseed and Soy to your repices? It’s great! There is also have a delicious repice on the back of the box for Fiber Rich Muffins. Gee, I must be hungry! It’s past lunch . God bless you Cindy. Love your music~ Have a great time in Nashville! I’ll be jammin’ tonight here in MA . Donna : )

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    […] for instance) for a spicy addition to scrambled eggs. Benito’s gave me the idea with his Habanero-Infused Maple Syrup. Although we always have a bottle of Benito’s in the fridge, it’s easy to make your own […]

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    So far I’ve liked all Benito’s sauces I’ve tried, but this habanero infused maple syrup is one versatile condiment. Whether you’re making chicken and waffles, having some ice cream, pouring some over your bacon and eggs, it works in every scenario. Mashed squash or sweet potatoes, a teaspoon stirred in with your favorite bourbon, a glaze for roast pork tenderloin, or poured over a baked brie with cashews. If you can think it, this spicy syrup makes it better.

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    […] to date, made with Carolina Reaper chile peppers, blood orange juice, carrots and sweet peppers. Habanero-Infused Maple Syrup ($8.25) is seriously good on eggs and even ice cream, and Old Coy Dog ($6.99) is another staple in […]

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    […] after Helen came to visit a few weeks ago, she sent us an amazing care package, which included Benito’s Habanero Infused Maple Syrup. This stuff has some good kick, and worked really well in the gravy… and the gravy was enough to […]

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    Made hotcakes with this syrup this morning. It truly makes them “hot” cakes. An amazing flavor and a real treat. I will be prdering more!

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    Maple syrup is a syrup usually made from the xylem sap of sugar maple, red maple, or black maple trees, although it can also be made from other maple species. In cold climates, these trees store starch in their trunks and roots before the winter; the starch is then converted to sugar that rises in the sap in the spring. Maple trees can be tapped by boring holes into their trunks and collecting the exuded sap. The sap is processed by heating to evaporate much of the water, leaving the concentrated syrup.`,*-

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    I tried it at a beer fest last month, and it was delicious!!! Sweet and hot, a perfect blend of both. I picked up a bottle and I used it in my hot wing recipe. This stuff is AWESOME!!! I wish I bought more! I’ll just have to order online now. I’m definately hooked!! I want to put this stuff on everything now!

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