Make it Simple. Make it Good.
This Christmas season, trade some kitchen time for friends-and-family time with these quick and easy recipes. Don’t worry: they’re so yummy and unique that nobody will suspect how simple they were to make! From appetizer to dessert, maple brings joy to your holiday table.
An excellent cocktail with just three ingredients: Québec maple whisky, maple taffy, and sparkling wine. What a terrific way to kick off a holiday party!
A major step up from cocktail weenies, these appetizers will go fast. Pineapple cubes wrapped in bacon and glazed with maple syrup emerge fragrantly from the oven in minutes. Save time by using store-cut or canned pineapple chunks.
Delectable, irresistible crustless sandwiches with ham and maple butter. Yes, maple makes magic with the traditional party sandwich in a way you can call your own. Cut them into stars and be a star with the kids!
Red and green cabbage come together with kale to create a magnificent, delicious creamy salad. Save more time by using store-bought mayonnaise in the vinaigrette.
Just eight ingredients into the crockpot: cubed pork, garlic, ginger, onion, maple taffy, chicken broth, salt and pepper, and voila, a meal for eight to ten. Serve with your choice of vegetables. Or use this recipe to make our delicious pork rillettes.
No maple taffy on hand? Make some in the microwave in seven minutes!
So elegant and yet so simple, this is one of our favourites. Throw the turkey, root vegetables, and aromatics into your roaster and let the oven do the rest. Brushing the breast with maple, butter, and Dijon takes it over the top!
These are outstanding, and they take just a few minutes and only five ingredients to prepare. So smooth and silky with a crunch in the middle. Vegan. Gourmet. A sweet, can’t-miss gift.
Baking a cake? Give it the magic touch of maple with one of our marvellous icings. Go for dark chocolate, salted caramel, mascarpone, raspberry, white chocolate, or Italian meringue. Whatever your choice, maple will make your cake incredible.
A source of natural energy
Maple syrup is a natural source of energy. Check out our recipes for food and drinks before, during, and after exercise.