Maple Extract

(1 customer review)
Total AU$7.9
Quantity: 1
Total AU$7.9

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About Maple Extract


Ingredients Alcohol, Vegetable Base Glycerin, Maple Syrup 45%, Caramel Colour, IV, Water
Allergens Vegan, No-GMO, no artificial flavours
Shelf Life 2 Years
Storage Condition Store in a cool, dry place, keep away from naked flame
Origin USA, packed in AUS


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Maple extract is a concentrated flavouring used in food preparation. Our pure maple extract is bursting with the sweet taste of maple syrup. It is just what you need to bring out the flavour of sweet maple syrup in your recipes without altering their appearance or texture. It is perfect for use in cookies, cakes, pancakes, and even icings, frostings, and syrups for each of these sweet treats!

This is a natural, vegan-friendly, GMO-free product and doesn’t contain any sugar, artificial additives, or preservatives.

1 review for Maple Extract

  1. Awful, waste of money. Please note this isn’t an EXTRACT of anything and is now labelled Maple Flavouring. It’s basically (less than) half strength maple syrup; weak with poor flavour. Basically 45ml of diluted maple syrup for $7.90

    Carole Castles, Grabben Gullen, NSW (verified owner)

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General Information

Maple extract is a concentrated, flavourful liquid extracted from oils within maple trees, processed into a maple flavouring with an alcohol base.

Recipes for certain glazes, frostings, and icings may call for this extract. Maple extract can be used to add flavour to candy, beverages, speciality dishes, baked goods, and desserts.

Maple extract can also be substituted for vanilla extract in recipes such as cookie doughs and fillings. Outside the kitchen, maple extract may be used as a fragrance component in beauty products like exfoliating body polish, lip plumping products, and micro-mini peel systems.

Best ways to use

Maple extract has the flavour perhaps made most famous by Maple Syrup. It works great to add a touch of maple to glazes, frostings, icings, and cakes. Maple extract can also be substituted for vanilla extract in recipes such as cookie doughs and fillings to add some variety to your recipes. Especially tasty in oatmeal raisin cookies.


As with other extracts, like vanilla, almond, and peppermint, maple extract will keep for up to a year if capped tightly and stored in a cool, dry place.

SKU: 2376

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