Introduction: Syrup Bites

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This is now my 10th Instructable! This is an Instructable on how to make syrup bites!

Step 1: Things You Need

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You will need a pan, snow, time, syrup, and a towel.

Step 2: Snow!

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Go outside and find some CLEAN snow and scoop it up into the pan.

Step 3: The Beginning

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Put it on a table, with the towel underneath it because when the snow melts it gets all over. Add Syrup and wait at least 15 minutes.

Step 4: The End

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Yay! Could have waited a little longer but syrup!!


That Christian Guy (author)2014-02-01

I'll actually try this!

NetWt4Lbs (author)2014-01-30

I read about this almost 20 years ago in the little house on the prairie books lol

Divet (author)2014-02-01

If you heat up maple syrup to boiling and then immediate pour it on clean snow in long lines, you can make strings of maple sugar candy. Pretty tasty.

Captain MacTavish (author)Divet2014-02-02

cool i will try that!

gsaxon (author)2014-01-30

i don't think Canadians use Mrs. Butterworth's artificial maple flavored syrup. I expect that the pure Grade A stuff that comes only from trees is the way to go.

Captain MacTavish (author)gsaxon2014-01-31

It is the kind I had at the time, sorry.

Cheese Queen (author)2014-01-30

Its snow candy. Moms in cold climates have been making this for a long, long time.

nancyjohns (author)2014-01-29

I've seen this before, it's a Canadian thing.

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