I kinda like maple syrup.
I LOVE waffles.
I've read that agave isn't that great for you. So I'm trying to find something else to use for my waffles.
I'm about 90% processed foods free. Long Story. Buy my ebook for $1. :) That book is based on my journey with some fictional drama thrown in for some spice. :)
Maple syrup is so expensive.
The 'pancake syrup' without HFCS (high fructose corn syrup) at the store still had chemicals in it. I want as healthy and affordable as I can get it.
In small amounts (about 1 - 2 tablespoon for two waffles) glucose is ok.
Below is more information on the effects of different types of sugars on the body.
Understanding Type 1 Diabetes
Sugar Dangers by Mercola
I've done an adrenal fatigue healing thing and I'm very aware of the epidemic of diabetes.
I don't eat much sugar. I eat limited amount of fruits daily and use stevia.
I'm hoping that my pancake syrup is going to play apart in the dietary changes I've made. I'm still researching the effects and will post accordingly.
Right now- I think in small amounts ...... (we don't need a lot of sweets) but I'm so guilty!
Maple syrup is sooo expensive. I've increased my Avon sales to cover buying my meat and produce at Earth Fare/ Whole Foods. So, yikes, adding maple syrup and expeller pressed olive oil... etc etc.. it's adding up.
Here's my recipe for DIY pancake syrup.
1/4 cup regular corn syrup (not high fructose corn syrup)
2 TBP Maple syrup
dash of vanilla
little coconut oil
I melt coconut oil for my waffles. So there is always a little bit still in the pan. I add the corn syrup, maple syrup, and dash of vanilla. I heat it while the waffles are cooking.
It's really good and stretches the maple syrup. :)
(Adjust amounts to your needs and liking).
I'd love to read your comments.
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