Made from an old family recipe. This rich, creamy, sweet syrup is good on pancakes, cinnamon rolls, and hot cereals. The kids love this homemade syrup drizzled across fruit as a snack.
If you enjoy exploring unique new tastes, this is one to experience.
We guarantee you will not be disappointed.
What should I use Heavenly Sweet Syrup on?
Anything that you would put pancake syrup, frosting, or whipped cream on, you can substitute Heavenly Sweet Syrup. Try it with one of Deep Roots Family Farm’s scone or pancake mixes. Our family favorites are in cream of wheat and drizzled over apples. We also have a customer that uses it to add a gourmet touch to her morning coffee.
When is Heavenly Sweet Syrup best used by? How long will it last in pantry or in fridge after opening?
Heavenly Sweet Syrup can be stored, unopened, in your pantry for up to 8 to 10 months. After it’s opened it can be stored in the fridge for 4 to 5 weeks. But we guarantee that once you try Heavenly Sweet Syrup, it won’t last that long!
At what events do your suggest using Heavenly Sweet Syrup?
Sunday morning breakfast, makes a great fruit dip for the holidays.
How does the canning process preserve the syrup?
We always bring Heavenly Sweet Syrup to a rolling boil right before placing it in a hot sterile jar, then we treat the syrup to a nice hot bath to make certain that the lids seal securely. High temperatures in combination with the high sugar content of Heavenly Sweet Syrup, keep it fresh.
Is Heavenly Sweet Syrup all natural?
We only use preservative-free ingredients
Is it whipped honey?
Does it have sweetened condensed milk?
What makes it that color?
It’s the caramelization of sugars and the creaminess is whipping cream that give it the color.
Why does it separate into 2 parts sometimes?
Because of the different densities of the ingredients, natural separation will occur.
What’s it made out of?
If we told you that it wouldn’t be a secret family recipe! It’s my Great Grandma’s homemade recipe that’s been handed down. So I can’t give you the exact recipe but, the base is whipping cream and the sweetener is all natural sugar and corn syrup.
Is it fat free or sugar free?Of course not! That’s why it tastes so good!