How to Make a Love Potion, our Strawberry Maple Syrup Recipe

Now you can use pancakes to get you some lovin.

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This sensual syrup is easy to make. Just two elegant, pure ingredients. When served over pancakes, waffles, ice cream, you name it–the maple and strawberry aromas are sure to encircle your beloved’s head and put them into a spell. Your wish will be their command…

Or maybe you’ll simply impress your special someone with a fun and decadent twist on an old favorite.

Also… kids will definitely like it.

Whatever your intentions, this syrup is a great way to turn a regular breakfast into a really special start to your Valentine’s Day!


Strawberry Maple Syrup Love Potion Recipe

Yields about 1 cup

Ingredients

  • 3/4 cup pure maple syrup (not the fake stuff)
  • 1 lb strawberries, fresh or frozen

Instructions

1. If using fresh strawberries: Stem and slice the berries.

2. Combine strawberries and syrup in a small saucepan and put over high heat.

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3. Once the syrup is bubbling, keep it boiling for about 10 minutes.

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4. Strain the syrup into a container, reserving the strawberries.

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5. Allow syrup to cool to room temperature before serving. Divide the strawberries among your guests as a bonus topping! Use the leftover syrup on pancakes, in mixed drinks, or on top of ice cream!

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Happy sugaring!

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