Imitation maple flavor for cakes, cookies, muffins and breads.
This product is gluten-free.
This product has no significant nutritional value.
This is the best product for making homemade syrup! Nothing else compares. Unfortunately, it can be very difficult to find in stores. I really wish it was more readily available.
Darby Pilgrim | July 15, 2015
Love Mapleine, but not very happy that I can't buy it in Canada anymore. And I don't care what you say McCormick, your brand of maple extract is nothing close to the flavour Mapleine has
John | March 10, 2016
The absolute best maple flavored extract on the market--too bad it is so difficult to find in the local grocery store chains!
Sandra | July 28, 2015
Why can't I find this in any grocery stores? I went into several grocery stores JUST to look for this.My Mom used this to make syrup all my years of growing up. It tastes exactly like real maple syrup. It is so much better than the gross, thick syrup stores sell. I am highly disappointed it is so hard to find!
Julie | October 16, 2014
I love it as well!! I have a Maple Frosted Pecan cookie I make with it and I'm afraid the new kind I had to buy, because our local stores also stopped selling it, won't to justice to my cookies!
Cindy | October 13, 2013
Where can I get this in Canada
JOHN W. | July 07, 2014
Hola quisiera saber donde puedo encontrar sus productos en santa cruz bolivia ya que son muy ricos. Espero que me puedan ayudar Gracias
Royer Carpio Canedo | November 05, 2013
Makes the best maple syrup ever. I actually like it better than the stuff from the trees. I've been using this since I can't get
Karen Aspinall | July 25, 2016
Why does my mapleine syrup crystalize. I keep it in the refrigerator. Could it be than I'm under/over cooking it? Within 3-4 weeks, it begins to crystalize. Perhaps setting the bottle in a pan of very hot water might make it un-crystalize? It's the only syrup I've use since I was a kid more than 70 years ago. Far better than anything else on the store shelves.
Art Fish | February 20, 2016
Of all the brands and alternatives I've tried (maple extract, maple syrup, maple flavoring, maple sugar) there is nothing that tastes as maple-y as Mapleine. It was a staple in my household when I was growing up, and it is featured regularly on my baking blog. Nothing else compares.
Lorinda | October 05, 2015
I grew-up with this for my syrup since I was little.My mom made this for my brother and I.and for my son's.please don't stop selling it here in florida.We love it.Thank you Schannon.W.
Schannon | September 01, 2014
Why can't I buy Mapleine at supermarkets anymore? I found it on Amazon and will stock up. It makes the best homemade syrup every.
Peggy | February 19, 2016
Grew up with this as the maple syrup we purchased during fall and spring ran out, dad would just fire up a pot with sugar, water, and Mapeline. I use it to "fix" the flavor of store-bought syrup when I need a shortcut. I've also made it with Splenda to great effect, but less syrupy.
Daniel C. Jensen | December 12, 2014
I love it! It makes the best syrup ever, of course our local stores have stopped selling it. Nothing else comes close to it.
Erica | September 16, 2013
I also grew up on this homemade syrup and now my daughter, 30, makes it as well. Just hate that imitation junk in the grocery store!
Joy | February 07, 2015
I was told by McCormick's that McCormick's did not make "Imitation Maple Flavoring" anymore. They now have "Maple Extract" which does not work in my recipes. How can I order the Mapleine imitation flavoring? (which I had used for years.)
Lee | April 07, 2017
No matter how little or how much I put in my cupcakes it always burns the bottoms! I don't have an issue with any other flavor either!! Disappointed to say the least.
Cyndle Toohey | November 30, 2016