I came up with the idea for this breakfast syrup when I was developing my recipe for Chicken-n-Waffles on a stick. It's absolutely delicious and will leave your palette begging for more. I infused maple syrup with Jalapeños to give it a nice bite and added some tahitian vanilla beans which give the syrup a subtle hint of sweet tabacco. This breakfast syrup is very versatile and has many uses besides waffles. Try it on pancakes, waffles, ice cream, froyo and other desserts which need a little boost. You can also use it to candy bacon or  even brighten up cocktails with a few drops for an added surprise.

Jalapeño Vanilla Breakfast Syrup


1 bottle Maple Syrup 

2 Jalapeños

2 Tahitian Vanilla Beans


To make the syrup, rinse of the jalapeños and cut them into rings. You might want to wear gloves to avoid pepper burns. Next, use a paring knife to cut the vanilla beans right down the middle. Pour the maple syrup into a medium sized saucepan.

Scrap the beans to remove the seeds and add them to the saucepan along with the beans. Let the mixture simmer for a few minutes to infuse the heat. After 3-5 minutes, you need to strain the mixture. If you steep the peppers for too long, the mixture may be too hot (spicy). Strain the mixture into a bowl and remove the peppers.

Return the syrup along with the vanilla beans to the saucepan and simmer for an additional 10 minutes on the lowest heat possible. If the heat is too hot , the mixture will boil down and you will lose a lot of the syrup. After 10 minutes, strain the mixture one last time and discard the vanilla beans. 

Pour the syrup into a decorative jar and serve warm. Keep any leftover syrup refrigerated. 


<p>What size bottle of syrup are you using? thanks.</p>
<p>Good information,thank you.</p>
This sounds great! I love hot pepper jelly so I know I'd love this! I'll have to post the recipe that I use for the hot pepper jelly!
Thanks! The hot pepper jelly sounds amazing! Please post a recipe soon. I'd love to try it.
Okay, I'm uploading the recipe now! It should show up on the site in a few hours! It's a very easy stove top method! No jarring process! Let me know what you think of it! =)
Awesome! I can't wait. :)
Here is the recipe... <br>http://www.instructables.com/id/Stove-Top-Hot-Pepper-Jelly/ <br>
Ooh, sounds like a tasty idea :)
How much heat does this absorb from the Jalapeno's?
I wanted to make the syrup spicy so I added the jalape&ntilde;o with seeds. After a few minutes on the stove, I tasted the syrup to test the heat level and it was already pretty spicy. I strained it because it already had the heat level that I wanted. <br> <br>Every pepper is different, some are spicier than others. If you wanted less heat, you could cook the syrup down without the seeds and it would still absorb the flavor of the jalape&ntilde;os, just less mild.

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