Apple syrup contains significant amounts of Fructose. Intake is not recommended.
Apple syrup is also known as apple molasses. It is a kind of fruity syrup. It is a thick and dark brown opaque syrup with concentrated apple flavor.
Apple cider syrup is typically used when making cakes, cookies and other recipes. It also contains nutrients such as sodium, potassium, sugars, vitamin A, vitamin C, calcium and magnesium. It is an endangered regional food tradition of the United States of America.
Cider syrup contains total fat 2.9g, cholesterol 8mg, sodium 9mg, potassium 41mg, total carbohydrates 37.4g, Sugars 34g, Vitamin A 89IU, Vitamin C 1mg, Calcium 7mg and total calories 172 per serving. The cider syrup also contains the high pectin content of apple.