Tapioca Syrup is a
healthful and allergen-free alternative to other sweeteners.
Substitute tapioca syrup in place of sugar, honey, corn syrup, maple syrup or
Try this in energy bars, muffins, cookies, fruit salads,
smoothies, --it's great in just about everything.
Its flavor is very neutral and is well suited to being
flavored with natural flavorings to make your own syrups.
Tapioca Syrup is commonly used in the production of other foods or as a replacement for corn syrup in baked goods.
Tapioca Syrup is used to add sweetness, binding or texture to beverages, baked goods, table syrups, frozen desserts, and candies.
When used as a binding agent, Tapioca helps to keep foods such as meats from drying out after they are processed.
HARD CANDY LOLLIPOPS
2 c. Cane
2/3 c tapioca syrup
3/4 c water
In saucepan blend cane juice, tapioca syrup and
water. Bring to boil over high heat until it reaches 290°F on candy
thermometer. (Be sure pan is large enough to prevent boil over. This
stuff may triple in size while boiling).
Remove from heat and let stand til bubbles settle
down. Add 1-2 bottles of your favorite Lorann Candy Flavoring and a
few drops of Candy coloring if you like. Do not stir to much or it
will turn to lumpy sugar.
Pour into Hard candy molds sprayed with Pam and with
sucker sticks already inserted. Work quickly.
To help keep candy warm while pouring, set pan over hot