Mapleine Maple Syrup
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Mapleine Maple Syrup

This recipe for Other was submitted by Food Guru on 8/15/2009. Click here to view the recipe.

Recipe number 2602.

Average Rating = 5 (out of 5)

By No Nickname

Recipe Rating (out of 5):

Comment under review by Mr Breakfast. Should appear within 24 hours.

Comment submitted: 9/30/2020 (#21017)

By Big Dave

Recipe Rating (out of 5):

I grew up on this stuff and still use it. Someone in the comments said that Kroger brand works just as well as Mapleine. It might work just as well, but it doesn't taste nearly as good.

Comment submitted: 10/4/2019 (#20863)

By Pug

Recipe Rating (out of 5):

Only kind we will use... just love it.

Comment submitted: 8/8/2019 (#20824)

By Lori-4

Kroger has maple flavoring in small bottle for an affordable price. It works just as good as Mapleine.

Comment submitted: 5/7/2017 (#20283)

By Bobbie

Recipe Rating (out of 5):

Anyone ever added a bit of molasses? Super good.

Comment submitted: 12/11/2016 (#20144)

By Gia TX

Recipe Rating (out of 5):

I can't find it anywhere without having to order six bottles of it at a time on line and also paying shipping. Not here in Texas. Nice to know I can make my own.

Comment submitted: 1/10/2016 (#19737)

By Lumpy Sugar

Recipe Rating (out of 5):

Thanks for posting this wonderful recipe. It actually tastes better than the more expensive 'real' syrup. My mom used it in the 20's. I'm going to use up some lumpy brown sugar today.

Comment submitted: 4/23/2015 (#19381)

By Gym Rat

Recipe Rating (out of 5):

My mother was born in the first decade of the 1900s so our family always used this product. However, there was another ingredient added to thicken the syrup but I can't remember what that was. Any advice? This is available on Amazon.

Comment submitted: 2/7/2015 (#19253)

By Indywar2

I make this recipe with 1 cup white sugar, 1 cup brown sugar and 1 cup water. I boil for 2 minutes. I notice recently that sugar is settling to the bottom, after it has cooled. Any advice?

Comment submitted: 1/29/2015 (#19237)

By jess

Recipe Rating (out of 5):

You can buy this kind of syrup at Winco. It's good!

Comment submitted: 10/18/2014 (#19060)

By granolajoe

Recipe Rating (out of 5):

We're never ever buying syrup again! This is now our family's favorite syrup.

Comment submitted: 10/13/2014 (#19050)

Official Member: Team BreakfastBy AroundMyWay (Team Breakfast Member)

Mapleine can be purchased at Winco Foods.

Comment submitted: 1/27/2014 (#17281)

By MissMapleine

Sadly, Mapleine had disappeared from the shelves of Wal-Mart and is not available currently on Amazon. Hopefully, we will be able to find supplies of this delightful flavoring soon. If anyone knows where Mapleine can be bought now please share.

Comment submitted: 1/25/2014 (#17274)

By leonengl

Recipe Rating (out of 5):

I grew up with this recipe except we always added 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract.

Comment submitted: 1/3/2014 (#17236)

By Funky

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I grew up on it still loving it 56 years later... Although I never thought of splitting two kinds of sugar. I do it now though. YUM-O!

Comment submitted: 12/9/2013 (#17199)

By Martinz

My dad always made this for his six kids. Not a big pancake or waffle eater now. Miss his homemade batter (mostly like a white cake) and the warm mapleine syrup.

Comment submitted: 9/28/2013 (#16665)

By xanforlife

I have been using Mapleine for decades and am now also finding it hard to find. I do make a batch with 2 cups white sugar, 1 cup of water and 1 1/2 teaspoons of Mapleine. I bring it to a boil and cook it to the syrup stage which only takes a few minutes. If it hangs onto the spoon a little before pouring it out, it's done!

Comment submitted: 8/22/2013 (#16281)

By diy Juanita

I always make my own maple syrup using Mapleine. I use 1/2 brown, 1/2 white sugar, mapleine and a teaspoon of rum flavoring. I also add 1 cup of corn syrup, so it won't be so thin. Mapleine is available at Wal-Mart, kind of expensive, but goes a long ways. - Juanita E.

Comment submitted: 2/24/2013 (#15220)

By goldie4

I always substitute about 1/2 or 1 cup of white Karo - it makes it thicker and not so runny.

Comment submitted: 1/29/2013 (#15116)

By John

Recipe Rating (out of 5):

Mapline is awesome! I just had to order 4 bottle off of eBay because I couldn't find it anywhere in Canada either.

Comment submitted: 9/5/2012 (#14387)

By bubbs

Where can I buy mapleine imitation maple flavor in British Columbia Canada?

Comment submitted: 9/4/2012 (#14384)

By MichCamper

Amazon has Mapeline for sale too. I grew up on Mapeline and it can be used as a flavoring in a number of breads, cookies, cakes, frostings, and other recipes as well. Use Splenda for a low cal syrup.

Comment submitted: 4/1/2012 (#13739)

By Chris

Recipe Rating (out of 5):

My mom made this syrup for us as kids and I have continued the tradition. Served warm over pancakes or breakfast overnight french toast, you can't beat it!

Comment submitted: 4/3/2011 (#12387)

Official Member: Team BreakfastBy lunaburning (Team Breakfast Member)

Recipe Rating (out of 5):

Mapleine is truly the best syrup, but, I hear a lot of people say that they can't find it anywhere. In the mid-west, Wal-Mart carries it in the baking aisle.

Comment submitted: 11/6/2010 (#11516)

By Betty S.

Where can I buy Mapleine Imitation Maple Flavor? - Betty Saber (

Comment submitted: 6/19/2010 (#10725)

By Jeriann

Recipe Rating (out of 5):

I agree that using Mapeline is the best syrup to have for your breakfast pancakes or waffles. But I always do a cup of packed brown sugar and a cup of white sugar and I think the syrup has a better flavor.

Comment submitted: 8/30/2009 (#8622)