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11 Ways to Use Maple Syrup

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Each season has a sweetness attached to it: something to love, something to savor, something to look forward to -- or to miss -- when the weather starts changing. In the winter, it's maple.

Because what's sweeter in cold weather than the warmth of a pork shoulder, rubbed with it? Or crispy French toast, drizzled with it? Or popcorn, or duck, or pound cake, or ice cream -- time to get out that bottle and take advantage. 

Matilda Maple & Garlic Pork Shoulder with Crispy Skin by ENunn

Matilda, Maple & Garlic Pork Shoulder


Maple Lacquered Duck Breast by aargersi

Maple Lacquered Duck Breast


Crunchy Maple French Toast with Maple-Whiskey Butter by cookinginvictoria

Crunchy Maple French Toast


Don't-Hold-the-Anything Breakfast Bread Pudding by aargersi

Breakfast Bread Pudding


Tipsy Maple Corn by thirschfeld

Tipsy Maple Corn


Maple-Sage Ice Cream with Maple-Sage Candied Walnuts by mrslarkin

Maple-Sage Ice Cream


Maple Walnut Cream Tart by cheese1227

Maple Walnut Cream Tart


Maple Yogurt Pound Cake by Rivka

Maple Yogurt Pound Cake


Nekisia Davis' Olive Oil and Maple Granola by Genius Recipes

Olive Oil and Maple Granola


Spiced Maple Pecan Pie with Star Anise by merrill

Spiced Maple Pecan Pie


Pudding Chomeur by camille

Pudding Chomeur


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Comments (4)


4 months ago JD

Maple syrup is great in coffee as I learned from a bus driver in VT!


about 2 years ago ameliace

12: drink it straight from the bottle.


about 2 years ago Brette Warshaw



about 2 years ago Kathy Sargent

What about that amazing Maple Cream Tart!
This is one of my new favorites. I made the whole tart and it was very rich, so the next round I made little bite sized tarts in mini-muffin tins. It was just the right balance of crust to filling.