Maple Recipes

Here are some of our very favorite maple syrup, maple sugar, and maple cream recipes for you to enjoy, along with some of our favorite tips for enjoying maple syrup.

Maple Breakfast Recipes

Pumpkin Pancakes
Maple Leaf Buttermilk Pancakes
Maple French Toast
Maple Apple Muffins
Easy Maple Cinnamon Rolls

Maple Entree Recipes

Irish Apple Maple Pork Chops
Bacon Wrapped Maple Scallops
Maple-Glazed Chicken With Veggies
Steak Tip Salad with Maple-Mustard Salad Dressing

Maple Cake Recipes

Pecan and Maple-Cream Roll
Maple Pudding Cake
Maple Cheesecake

Maple Cookie Recipes

Easy Maple Cookie Bars
Chewy Maple Cookies
Maple Peanut Butter Cookies
Maple Sugar Cookies
Oatmeal Maple Drop Cookies
Maple Ginger Snaps

Maple Dessert Recipes

Maple Pumpkin Pie
Maple Chocolate Chip Brownies
Maple Popcorn
Maple Apple Crisp
Maple Whoopie Pies
Maple Popcorn Balls
Maple Caramel Apples
Maple Candied Apples
Maple-Apple Dessert
Maple Caramels
Handmade Maple-Vanilla Whipped Cream

Maple Side Dish Recipes

Maple Roasted Butternut Squash Soup
Spiced Maple Pumpkin Seeds
Maple Baked Beans
Maple Kielbasa Bites
Maple Candied Sweet Potatoes
Spicy Maple Dijon Vinaigrette

Maple Drink Recipes

Maple Milk

Maple Bread & Scone Recipes

Maple Walnut Banana Bread
Maple Raisin Scones
Maple Orange Quick Bread


Tips & Suggestions for Enjoying Maple Syrup

Warm your maple syrup before you put it on your pancakes, waffles, or French Toast. It will make it so the syrup will not steal heat from your food the way cold syrup does. To heat the syrup, put it in a pan over low heat and spoon it out over your breakfast. (DO NOT BOIL SYRUP) or put syrup in the microwave for 30 to 60 seconds.

Substituting maple syrup for sugar: Maple syrup can be used whenever a recipe calls for a sweetener. When used as a substitute for sugar in baking or cooking, use ¾ cup maple syrup to replace 1 cup sugar and reduce the liquid in the recipe by about 3 tablespoon for every cup of syrup substituted.



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