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Old 03-12-2013, 10:12 PM
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Has anyone made fruit syrup for pancakes? I found some in Ark this past week and Have found a few recipes. With the fruit we have around here will be making some for gifts and our home.. I found rasperry and black raspberry recipes.. Looking foward to canning and gardening season to get started...
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I followed a recipe that foggy had listed. I had pear juice which I turned into pear honey. It was easy and delicous. You could use any kind of juice to make it. Just use the search engine above to find it.
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When I first tried to make mulberry jam, it was too runny, but I canned it anyway. Opened it a few months later, and used it as a pancake syrup and it was great.

Spidermonkey is right - it's pretty easy and just tastes great!

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I don't really follow a fruit syrup recipe most of the time. If I have fruit juice leftover, I add sugar until it's cooked as thick as I want it. Sometimes jelly that doesn't set up is used as fruit syrup in our house.

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