Maple Sugar

Pure granulated maple sugar can have the texture of table sugar, icing sugar or superfine sugar. It can be used as a sugar alternative in any recipe.

Try it in your recipes today. Simply use as a one-for-one substitution and reduce the quantity of liquid ingredients in the recipe (water, milk, juice) by about 60ml.

So, for example, if your recipe calls for 60g of sugar, simply substitute for 60g of maple syrup and reduce your liquid as specified.

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