You might associate maple syrup with pancakes, or just a substitute for honey. But there are many other uses for one of Mother Nature’s tastiest treasures.
There are many ways cook with maple - from spreads to flakes, spirits to sugar.
Don’t believe us? We’ve been cooking some beauties with Canada’s favourite ingredient to see what all the fuss is about. Here are five ways you can use maple syrup in sweet and savoury snacks and meals - thanks to Maple from Canada
Let’s talk about pancakes, since the majority of us will think of them first when maple syrup is mentioned.
Pancake day may have been and gone, but that doesn’t mean we don’t still enjoy them once in a while. Ok, quite a lot - after all, pancakes are for every day, right?
Although there’s nothing wrong with indulging in a sweet treat, for those health conscious amongst us that would prefer to use substitutes, maple syrup is the one.
It’s got significantly less sugar in than honey does, which makes it such a popular topping.
Although sweet pancakes are to die for, not all of us are satisfying the same craving. If savoury pancakes are more your thing, here’s one for you.
How does this sound - sweet potato pancakes with maple syrup and glazed salmon? The ultimate pancake.
For the full recipe, visit https://www.maplefromcanada.co.uk/about-maple/
Another one for those with a sweet tooth - why not jazz up a sundae with some maple syrup?
Add some fresh fruit for a special summery twist to really get the taste buds going and give it that Instagrammable aesthetic. No filter will be needed.
Cottage pie with maple caramelized vegetables
Our mouths are watering just at the thought of this recipe.
Give a family favourite a new lease of life by adding Canada’s most treasured ingredient. This one is a great example of how maple syrup can be incorporated into everyday dishes.
If you’ve got a dinner party coming up and you want to surprise your guests with something unique, make sure you check out the cooking method by visit the website.
Maple energy squares
The only thing better than snacks? Home made snacks.
These are a great way to refuel after a workout at the gym, or just for a lunchbox treat! Also packed with fruit, nuts and seeds - you can’t go wrong balancing nutrients and flavour!
For more information on these recipes and the products, visit https://www.maplefromcanada.co.uk/about-maple/