Help Dad eat healthier this Father's Day with Log Cabin's new reformulated syrup that contains real sugar instead of High Fructose Corn Syrup. Try this recipe and make Dad some Father's Day breakfast!
"Heritage and history are important to us, as our brand has proved to be a family household tradition since 1887" says Allison Meyer, Associate Brand manager of pinnacle Foods. "That said, Log Cabin is the first brand in a long time to bring innovation to the syrup category by removing high fructose corn syrup."
The reformulation was driven by growing consumer concerns about High Fructose Corn Syrup. Consumers are increasingly concerned about the ubiquity of high fructose corn syrup at the shelf. Several other top brands have removed or looked into the removal of high fructose corn syrup in their products.
"Log Cabin recognizes the importance of offering table syrup with natural sugar versus HFCS, as our consumers preferred the taste with natural sugar, " adds Meyer.
Reformulated Log Cabin syrup can be found on store shelves across the country in Log Cabin Original Flavor and Log Cabin Lite flavors. Log Cabin Sugar Free is also sold at stores across the country.
1.2 c. favorite pancake mix
2 tbsp. butter -- (melted)
1 c. Granny Smith apple -- (peeled and sliced)
1/3 c. pecans -- (chopped)
3 c. Log Cabin syrup
1.2 tsp. cinnamon -- (ground)
Heat oven to 350 degrees. Prepare pancake mix according to package directions; and set aside. Pour melted butter in 9" pie plate. Place apple slices in bottom of pie plate; sprinkle cinnamon and pecans and drizzle syrup over apples; carefully pour batter on top. Bake at 350 degrees for 30-35 minutes or until top springs back when touched. Loosen edges and invert onto serving plate. Cut in wedges and serve with warm maple syrup and/or fresh apple butter. Serves 4-6. Good served with sausage links.
Lil Man is a pancake freak, he would probably eat pancakes 24/7 if I let him, seriously. I figured what better way to test out this new syrup than on him, and he didn't even notice the difference. I got the kids fed, and made one for myself to try out. This stuff is delicious! It tastes the same to me as the old syrup did. I couldn't tell the difference. It was delicious!