7 Maple Recipes You’re Going to Love This Fall

7 Maple Recipes You’re Going to Love This Fall

7 Maple Recipes You’re Going to Love This FallPhoto by Nadine Primeau

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Maple is one of the most quintessential fall flavors. This sweet, bright, flavor, is for more than just pancakes. You can infuse maple into everything from your morning coffee to vegetables.

If you’re looking for some great fall recipes, you’ve come to the right place. From glazes to cocktails and coffees, we’ve rounded up a few of the most delicious ways to use maple. Let’s get cooking.

1. Maple Syrup Infused Breakfast

When you think of maple, breakfast is probably the first meal that comes to mind. Maple can be used for a lot more than syrup, however. You can also use sugar free maple syrup to sweeten up your butter. Bring a stick of butter to room temperature and whip it with a fork or whisk. Drizzle in maple syrup and whip it in until it is well-mixed.

Maple butter will taste great with fresh bread, toast, muffins, or bagels. You can also add it to your pancakes, waffles, or French toast.

Maple syrup also tastes great when used on breakfast sausage or bacon. For a great bacon add-on, sprinkle it with a little salt, pepper, and brown sugar. Drizzle a couple of tablespoons of maple syrup on top and cook your bacon in the oven in a glass pan. You can also drizzle it onto breakfast sausage while it cooks on the stovetop.

2. Maple Desserts

Maple is a great natural sweetener. You can add maple syrup to anything from cookies to cupcakes. If you have a great donut recipe, add a little maple syrup to your icing for a delicious fall treat. You can also use maple icing on sugar cookies, cinnamon rolls, and muffins.

Maple also makes a great ice cream topper. Instead of caramel or chocolate, add a little maple syrup to your ice cream sundae. You can also add it to whip cream, fruit, or pies to add a hint of fall to any of your sweet treats.

3. Delicious Maple Syrup Coffee Creations

Maple syrup is a smoky, subtle sweetener for your favorite coffee recipes. You can stir a little syrup into your whip cream, condensed milk, or as a drizzle on top. Give a maple-infused latte, cappuccino, or coffee a try.

If you prefer iced coffees, you can also add a couple of tablespoons of maple syrup into your blended coffee. As you’re mixing ice, coffee, and milk to the blender, add a little maple syrup to taste. Top it with whip cream and a drizzle of maple syrup, for a sweet, fall pick-me-up.

4. Savory Maple Glaze

Maple makes for a great meat glaze and sugar alternative. The thick, molasses coats almost anything in a sweet, tangy, flavor. Maple glaze tastes great on chicken, salmon, and pork. You can brush maple syrup on to your meat or add it to a marinate.

Maple is a great addition to barbeque sauce or hot sauce as well. One of the best ways to use this combination of salty and sweet is on chicken wings or chicken breast. Cook them on the grill, in the oven, or a frying pan. Top them with green onion for an easy, tangy dinner.

You can also use a barbeque, maple, glaze on seafood. Salmon and shrimp are delicious ways to use this marinade. You can bake them or grill them on the barbeque. Sliced mandarin oranges will also taste delicious cooked alongside your fish. You can serve any of your maple chicken, fish, or pork, over rice.

5. Sweeten Up Your Veggies

If you haven’t tried maple syrup on your vegetables, you’re missing out. Maple is a great way to sweeten up your veggies on a cold, fall day. Brush maple syrup over carrots and serve them with shallots or green onion for an amazing side.

Sweet potatoes are one of the best companions for maple. Whether you’re mashing them or serving them sliced, a few tablespoons will change the whole flavor profile of your potato.

You can also drizzle maple onto green beans, yams, or onions. Maple onions make delicious additions to steak, tacos, sandwiches, and burgers.

6. Maple Cocktails

Maple is a great way to flavor your favorite cocktail. Since maple is naturally sweet, it’s a match made in mixology heaven. Stir in a little maple syrup to your old fashioned, for a fall take on this classic.

If you’re looking for a delicious punch, consider adding maple syrup to apple cider, with whiskey. Garnish your punch with some frozen apples and cherries, and you have a festive, fall punch, for your next party. Serve these with a side of maple bacon for a salty snack.

7. Snacks and Sides

Maple syrup can sweeten up almost any snack or side. One of the tastiest ways to use maple syrup is on popcorn. You can drizzle it on caramel popcorn or plain, fresh-popped, corn. Make a sweet and salty mix by adding popcorn, nuts, raisins, and chocolate chips.

Maple syrup is a great addition to some of your favorite side dishes as well. You can add it to baked beans with a little brown sugar to give them an extra punch. Maple syrup is also great in a salad dressing. Use it with olive oil and balsamic vinegar for your favorite fall salad. This pairs well with apples, blue cheese, raisins, and walnuts.

Maple Recipes are Perfect for Fall

Maple syrup’s versatility goes way beyond the breakfast table. You can use maple syrup in everything from party punches to baked beans, and carrots. Anytime you’re looking for something savory and sweet, grab your maple syrup.

Use maple syrup in a glaze to elevate any boring, week-night dinner. For more great recipes, check out the cooking section for delicious ideas and inspiration.

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