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I know that pure maple syrup is ok but i don't like the taste of it at all. So i was wondering which brands are gluten free. Does anyone know if Hungry Jack is ok? I want pancakes tomorrow and I can't call the company until monday.

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I haven't looked at a bottle of the brand named ones, but I imagine they fill it out with things like corn syrup, water, sugar, etc. Maybe you can buy some of the good pure stuff, and dilute it with such ingredients to suit your taste. I don't know if sugar would crystallize when used that way, but corn syrup won't.


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I haven't looked at a bottle of the brand named ones, but I imagine they fill it out with things like corn syrup, water, sugar, etc. Maybe you can buy some of the good pure stuff, and dilute it with such ingredients to suit your taste. I don't know if sugar would crystallize when used that way, but corn syrup won't.

I bought Lundberg's organic brown rice syrup from Hannafords and as nasty as it sounds... it's actually very delish...


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Kellogg's Eggo Syrup and Vermont Maid are gluten-free. I believe that Aunt Jemima is as well, but I just checked on their website and couldn't find confirmation. Enjoy your pancakes!

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I wish I could think of the name of it right now, but there is a brand I buy at Wal-Mart that specifically says on the label that it is gluten free. It is a sugar-free brand; comes in a plastic bottle with a handle.

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Bee Hive and Old Tyme and any syrup made by the company that makes these is gluten-free.


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