We love curling up on a rainy afternoon with a cup of tea and a slice of warm banana maple bread. It's the perfect way to use overripe bananas and requires just a handful of ingredients!
Can't get enough maple syrup? This recipe uses syrup, sugar, candy, and spread!
A simple and delicious recipe for maple lemonade.
Salmon and maple go together like peanut butter and jelly; they were meant for each other. We recently made our own maple BBQ sauce and decided to try it on some fresh salmon; it was the perfect combination of salty-sweet without being too overpowering. Served with green beans and multicolored carrots, this makes for a healthy and easy dinner.
This simple pancake recipe was shared by one of our visitors. Thanks to Patricia for the picture!
Need a party idea? These fun cupcakes will take you to cloud nine! Featuring pumpkin cupcakes, maple cream cheese frosting, and a maple cotton candy cloud, these mini-treats are sure to be a hit at your next party.
We love using our maple spread! Check out our latest recipe for Pumpkin Silver Dollar Pancakes with Maple Spread.
Too hot to drink coffee? Sit back and relax with a refreshing maple iced coffee! We love coming in after a long day at the farm and enjoying this cold treat.
Everything but the kitchen sink is one of those classic recipes that is completely adaptable based on what you have in your cabinets. Our recipe comes together with maple syrup and maple sugar, but everything else can be change based on your preference (or what you want to get rid of!)
Have you ever tried making maple baked beans? Check out one of our favorite recipes from the Cornell Maple Research Program.