About one pound --wrong
The actual answer is more like 24 ounces by weight. Pint is a volume measurment. One pint of water equals roughly 16 ounces by weight. One pint of corn syrup is heaver than one pint of water.
Corn Syrup has a density of about 1.36 g/ml and water has a density of about 1 g/ml. This means that corn syrup is about 36% heavier by volume than water.
16 oz * 1.36 = 21.76 ounces
A pint of corn syrup is about 22 ounces.
Happened to be checking this item in our commercial kitchen this morning--- so rather than rely on supposition we weighed one cup of Karo Cornsyrup and the weight was .73 Pound.
One cup is 8 fluid ounces so a pint would be 16 fluid ounces and would weigh - 1.46 Pounds. Hope the info is of value.
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.
Karo Syrup is light corn syrup. Unless you buy the dark one.
Corn syrup is also called glucose syrup. It is not the product of one country; many produce glucose syrup. However "corn syrup" is generally an American term.
Yes, replace one cup of corn syrup with one cup of honey.
Yes, one tablespoon of corn syrup contains 16 grams of carbohydrates.
According to the USDA Nutrition Database, one cup of corn syrup has the following weights: light corn syrup = 341 grams = 12.0 oz. dark corn syrup = 328 grams = 11.6 oz. high-fructose corn syrup = 310 grams = 10.9 oz.
The ratio is 40 to 1. Forty pints (five gallons) of sap for one pint of syrup.
Corn syrup (such as Karo) comes in dark and clear. When a recipe calls for light, it means to use the clear on instead of the dark colored one.