Nia Syrup is the key to making sure The Onceler Cake comes out perfectly moist. Of course, like most of my recipes, they can be adapted with whatever you have on hand. When it comes to Nia Syrup though, you've got to rock and roll and put it on everything you can.
I came up with Nia Syrup on a whim one day. I made Gluten-Free Pancakes for breakfast one morning and only had a bit of maple syrup left. To amplify it, I added agave nectar. I knew it was still missing something. I looked and I looked but I couldn't figure what to add. I'll tell you though, the grass-fed butter in the fridge kept eyeing me. It stared me right in the face till I grabbed it.
A little bit of this and a little bit of that. BAM! Nia Syrup was born that very morning. The cinnamon was just an added kick. Now, it's a true staple in the recipe and a staple in our kitchen.
Nia Syrup is the syrup of the future: pure Vermont maple syrup, raw agave nectar, fresh + Irish grass-fed butter and a pinch of organic cinnamon.
Prep time: 0 min
Cook time: 1 min
Total time: 1 min
Yields: 4 oz
Add ingredients in small glass bowl.
Microwave for 30 seconds.
Pour it on anything: pancakes, waffles, cake, cookies, and more!