The brown rice syrup has a slight nutty flavor, but overall its own flavor is very mild. This is definitely one of the reasons why the syrup can be combined with every possible combination. Most often, it is used for baking cakes or sweetening desserts. Either as a substitute for honey in spreading bread, or to upgrade sauces, salads and dips or to give a sweet taste to teas and drinks.

Tips for using rice syrup

For baking in the oven, it makes sense to aim to reduce the amount of liquids in the baking mix. But you may already know this from other (thick) liquid sweeteners, such as agave syrup or date syrup. Feel free to use it liberally: rice syrup is sweet, but has less sweetening power than refined sugar. We also have it in a 1 liter package. This way, you save money by buying rice syrup in bulk and at the same time avoid unnecessary packaging waste. What are you waiting for; Get our organic rice syrup now! 

Brown rice syrup is a sweetener that is derived from brown rice. It is made by cooking brown rice with enzymes that break down the starches, which are then strained off. The resulting liquid is then cooked down further to produce a syrup that is thick and sweet, with a flavor similar to caramel.

Brown rice syrup is often used as a natural alternative to refined sugars and corn syrup in baking, as well as in granola bars, energy bars, and other snack foods. It has a lower glycemic index than many other sweeteners, which means that it can help regulate blood sugar levels more effectively.

However, it is important to note that brown rice syrup is still a form of sugar and should be consumed in moderation. It is also relatively high in calories, so it may not be suitable for those who are trying to lose weight or manage their calorie intake.