First you are going to boil 2 C of sugar, 1 C water, and 2 T Karo syrup.
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Have your jars and lids ready to go (heated and clean) and using a funnel, fill to a 1/2" head space. Wipe off the rims, add your lids and tighten your rings.
Process pints for 7 minutes in a boiling water bath canner.
So pretty and so easy to grab one off the shelf for breakfast. I keep them in the fridge once opened with the canning ring to close them. The recipe below is for a regular batch of syrup, but I needed enough for 10 pint jars so I multiplied by 7 to get enough syrup.
Bottled Maple Syrup
(originally from Prepared Not Scared)
2 C white sugar
1 C water
2 T Karo syrup
1/2 t maple flavoring
Bring the sugars and water to a boil. Add maple flavoring and stir. Pour into clean, sterilized jars, leaving about 1/2" head space. Wipe the rims and place lids on. Process in a boiling water bath canner for pints 7 minutes. Remember to start your timing when the water has started boiling again. Remove jars to a cooking rack or towel and let cool before storing.
Now you have syrup ready to go! If you made up a pancake or waffle mix you could have your kids make you breakfast :)