Lyle’s Golden Syrup is a thick, amber-colored form of inverted sugar syrup, made in the process of refining sugar cane juice into sugar, or by treatment of a sugar solution with acid. It is used in a variety of baking recipes and desserts. It has an appearance similar to honey, and is often used as a substitute for people who do not eat honey. It can also be used as a substitute for corn syrup.
- 454 gram tin of partially inverted refiners syrup
- A delicious spread and sweetener for cooking
- Kosher, gluten-free and vegan product
- Comes in an easy to store tin
- Made by Tate & Lyle PLC in United Kingdom
Not as advertised
Product was advertised as coming in a decorative tin. I received a cheap squeeze bottle. Not worth $12.00. Amazon issued me a credit.
TimothyFort Rock, OR
Delicious Product, Lyle’s Golden Syrup
I would have liked, first, if this product could be bought in Mexico City. If so, the distributor, the cost. If not possible to buy it in this City, the alternatives to do so. How can it be used, if recipes come with it because this golden syrup is like no other. It has a really peculiar taste that makes it the best of all syrups.
bought for honeycomb
i needed this for a honey comb recipe i made and it was amazing. the taste is way different from honey so im so glad i did not substitute.
There is no substitute
This what you need to cook many English, Australian and other foods. There is no substitute for the flavor of golden syrup.
Great Service and Product
Received in good time and the only reason I gave it 4 stars is that the tin was a lot smaller than I had expected for the price. I guess we live in a time where everything is just getting more and more expensive and you get less and less for your money. However the seller performed with great service and I love the product.
This product is delicious. It has a very unique taste and is great by itself or in other things like baked goods. It has a beautiful orange-gold color. I also use it in some beer recipes that I brew. The can is also lovely, but once I open it, I store the syrup in a glass jar.
A Touch of Something Special
At long last found a recipe long ago published with my favorite baker’s recipe for Anzac cookies. This was called for and although I could only find it online, made a very nice difference as a sweetener. The cookie was everything that I had remembered. Also tried this along with a little maple syrup on waffles… it was great!
I love it – best on toast with butter, but almost as good drizzled into porridge. Have also bought “The Lyle’s Golden Syrup Cookbook” and experimented with using it to make kebabs and smoothies which were great. Has anyone tried the Maple Flavoured Syrup? Not ‘true’ Maple syrup but my boyfriend actually prefers the Lyle’s version! Can’t find it to buy in the US though.
LatashiaMineral Bluff, GA
IT’S SO GOOD!
First used this product in england and still love the taste over any maple syrup for pancakes, french toast or waffles. Hard to find – glad you carry it. It’s wonderful. Always received it quickly and in fine condition – no dented tins.