This time of year my body automatically longs to have maple flavored things. This is probably because when I was a kid growing up, we went to Amish country to attend the maple sapping events there.
There was loads of activities and events that took place there. We got to sap trees, make maple candy and other products. There was always a family pancake breakfast. It was one of my fondest memories growing up as a kid. My love of maple syrup has not once vanished. My family jokes that I use it on to many things. However, I wanted to showcase just some of the recipes I’ve found that prove that maple syrup is good for more than just syrup on your pancakes and waffles.
Fun Facts About Maple Syrup
- Maple Sapping Season is usually around the last week of February to the first week of March, and it lasts for 4-6 weeks.
- One tree can produce about 10 gallons of sap.
- It takes four trees to make a gallon of maple syrup.
- Native Americans were the first to produce maple syrup and maple sugar.
- The darker the syrup, the stronger the flavor.
- There are many health benefits to having maple syrup as a part of your diet.
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Talk to me in the comments please:
Which one of these six maple recipes you never knew you wanted are you eager to make?