Generally the maple syrup is provides sweetener to the foods like continental foods, spicy foods and drinks like cocktail, milkshakes and much more. Maple syrup and its artificial imitations are the preferred toppings for the crêpes, pancakes, waffles, and French toast in the North America. Maple syrup can also be used for a variety of uses, including: biscuits, fresh donuts, fried dough, fritters, ice cream, hot cereal, and fresh fruit. It is also used as sweetener for applesauce, baked beans, candied sweet potatoes, winter squash, cakes, pies, breads, fudge and other candy, milkshakes, tea, coffee, and hot toddy’s. The wholesale maple syrup and maple sugar were used during the American Civil War and by abolitionists in the years prior to the war, because most cane sugar and molasses was produced by Southern slaves. Maple syrup is the common and most of the people used sweetener used with pancakes, waffles, and French toast.
Nutrition factors in the maple syrup
It is sometimes used as an ingredient in baking or in the preparation of desserts. Maple syrup contains about 67 percent solids of which about 89 percent is sucrose; the remainder is primarily fructose and glucose, with traces of other sugars. It possesses some nutritional value, containing calcium, potassium, manganese, magnesium, phosphorus, iron, and thiamine. It also contains traces of vitamins B2, B5, B6, riboflavin, biotin, and folic acid, and many amino acids and phenolic compounds. A serving that includes 50 milliliters of maple syrup contains the following recommended daily allowances of nutrients are
- calcium 6 percent,
- iron 5 percent,
- manganese 2 percent,
- thiamine 6 percent,
- And riboflavin 2 percent.
Maple syrup having these all the nutrients and it produce these nutrients to protect your health perfect and attractive.