Two great Vermont flavors — blueberries and maple — come together to create this delicious treat.
This brittle candy recipe combines two more subtle flavors — maple sugar and almonds. This is perfect as a snack for the family, guests, and parties. Nut brittle makes a great gift for the holidays — or anytime.
One of America’s favorite desserts is brightened with a subtly delicious maple taste.
Maple sugar adds a natural sweetness to the taste of homemade applesauce. It’s so easy to make with our Maple Sugar or Maple-Cinnamon Blend.
A maple flavor sweetness gives an unexpected twist to a mildly spicy sauce. Adjust the recipe to create your own barbeque sauce for a heat level that hits home for you.
Roasted acorn squash made with butter, blueberries, and maple sugar is easy-to-bake and a delicious side dish — perfect for any fall dinner. The sweetness of the maple sugar and blueberries adds to the mildly buttery flavor of the acorn squash.
A sweet and custard-like dessert with vanilla and maple sugar flavors, it can be served warm or cold. It’s great with ice cream or smothered with a warm fruit compote.
Candied pecans are a fabulous snack for the family, guests, and parties. These candied pecans are glazed with a coating of buttery maple sugar syrup and then baked to crunchy perfection.
A soft and chewy snickerdoodle cookie has to be among the favorites for many of us. This recipe uses our Maple Sugar in the cookie and our Maple-Cinnamon Blend for the coating.
Here’s a quick and easy cream cheese spread that is great on a bagel and is a wonderful dip for sliced fruit.
This simple but delicious recipe can be used to roast (sliced) or grill (whole) carrots. The carrots are glazed with our Maple Sugar, mustard, and soy for a zesty vegetable side dish.
Crispy on the outside and tender and juicy on the inside, these baked chicken wings are full of sweet and spicy flavor.
Bring an extra element of flavor to your oven-roasted pork chops. The sauce is added during the last stage of roasting and is the perfect balance of sweet and savory — with just a little kick of spice at the end.
This is a great recipe, but by adding herbs and spices you like, it’s easy to adjust to the degree of spicy sweetness that pleases you. It can be used to bake or grill your salmon. If you grill, use fillets with the skin. If you bake your fillets, skinless fillets work well.
This salmon is prepared using a special rub that is a delicious blend of sweet and savory with a smoky side. It adds so much to the great taste of grilled salmon. Serve your grilled salmon on top of grilled (or roasted) vegetables mixed with savory, fluffy couscous