Maple syrup and corn syrup are two different syrups. Maple syrup comes from the maple tree and corn syrup comes from corn. You cannot make one from the other.

They use maple syrup for pancakes in Canada. Also lots of people not all in Canada but lots of people like to put the nice maple syrup on bacon and fruits to make them sweet

Maple syrup is more dense and would weigh more than the maple sap. It take 40 gallons of sap to make one gallon of syrup, so the syrup contains more solids.

Trick question. No trees "give" maple syrup. While any maple tree can be tapped for sap, typically the sap used most to produce maple syrup is derived from sugar maples. The sap is then boiled down to make syrup.

No, maple syrup does not have to boil to become maple syrup. Maple syrup can be used on many things, including pancakes, waffles, and french toast as well.

It doesn't grow inside a tree. Sap is extracted in late winter from the maple tree and then boiled to evaporate some water. The result is maple syrup! Check out the related link below for a great article on how to make maple syrup! You'll learn everything you need to on making maple syrup!