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5 Breakfast Recipes for Maple Syrup Lovers

5 Breakfast Recipes for Maple Syrup Lovers

We thought we would share recipes that feature that ooey, gooey, beloved maple syrup. It’s not just for putting on pancakes. Oh no, we have recipes featuring soups, potatoes, muffins, and so much more. You can find them all after the jump!

— bellalimento, Babble

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Breakfast and Beyond: All Things Maple!

Soft caramelized apples are a heavenly topping for a thick slice of fluffy French toast. This breakfast treat isn't just drizzled with maple syrup the syrup is cooked with the apples for the perfect caramelization.

Flaxseeds give these wholesome muffins a nutty taste, and maple syrup provides the subtle sweetening. Grab one on your way out the door and save it for a mid-morning pick-me-up.

Maple syrup and pecans are a combination that never gets old &mdash together in a flaky, buttery scone, they taste downright decadent.

If the words "grilled banana bread French toast" don't get you going, how about "maple bacon butter"? This recipe comes from chef Brooke Williamson of The Tripel in Los Angeles.

Sweet maple syrup, tart apples, and crunchy walnuts are an unbeatable dessert or sweet brunch combination.

Grilling chicken lends a smokiness that deepens the complexity of the glaze and compliments the earthy sweetness of the maple syrup.

In Korea, chefs typically create stir-fries with just one kind of vegetable, like lotus root. Tradition is broken here with an assortment of vegetables, including Jerusalem artichokes and parsnips.

Maple and chipotle offer a sweet-spicy-smoky twist to hot wings.

Maple syrup and vinegar combine for a richly flavorful glaze that won't overwhelm your dinner with sweetness.

This quick and healthy dinner pairs creamy tofu and crispy snap peas with a tahini-maple sauce. Serve with udon noodles for a delicious take on meatless Monday.

Maple-brined preparation is one of the most satisfying ways to serve salmon. Seasonal sides transform the light fish dinner into a warm, comforting meal for the end of a cool fall day.

Luscious chocolate cream is delicious, but top it with this maple caramel and you'll never think of chocolate the same way again.

Maple syrup not only flavors this luscious cheesecake, but it also is brushed on thinly sliced pears that are broiled to create a very unique decoration atop this festive dessert.

Flavor these mini-desserts with Medjool dates, brown sugar, and maple syrup, for a toffeelike sweetness. "Wild rice gives these bread-pudding cakes a pleasing texture," says chef Amy Thielan.

Plumped up by the warmth of the oven, close-to-bursting cranberries are interspersed amid slices of softened apple in a simple tart built upon crisped, store-bought phyllo the maple deepens the sweetness in a way sugar can't while evoking the comfort of fall.

Maple syrup isn't just for pancakes. Designed for those who simply can't get enough of the ever-popular flavoring, this cake's layers and frosting are both generously doused with this all-American syrup.

This french toast-inspired bread pudding will have you putting away your frying pan and breaking out a baking dish.

This maple-inspired take on the molasses-based original is milder in flavor, but no less satisfying with its creamy, custardy filling.

This pecan tart gets added tang from dried cherries. Instead of corn syrup, which is found in most pecan pie recipes, we've opted for maple syrup. If you can find it, choose dark amber or grade B, because it has the richest maple flavor.

Grade B maple syrup, which is darker and has a more intense flavor than grade A, is preferable for baking and really shines this is simple but elegant recipe.


Breakfast and Beyond: All Things Maple!

Soft caramelized apples are a heavenly topping for a thick slice of fluffy French toast. This breakfast treat isn't just drizzled with maple syrup the syrup is cooked with the apples for the perfect caramelization.

Flaxseeds give these wholesome muffins a nutty taste, and maple syrup provides the subtle sweetening. Grab one on your way out the door and save it for a mid-morning pick-me-up.

Maple syrup and pecans are a combination that never gets old &mdash together in a flaky, buttery scone, they taste downright decadent.

If the words "grilled banana bread French toast" don't get you going, how about "maple bacon butter"? This recipe comes from chef Brooke Williamson of The Tripel in Los Angeles.

Sweet maple syrup, tart apples, and crunchy walnuts are an unbeatable dessert or sweet brunch combination.

Grilling chicken lends a smokiness that deepens the complexity of the glaze and compliments the earthy sweetness of the maple syrup.

In Korea, chefs typically create stir-fries with just one kind of vegetable, like lotus root. Tradition is broken here with an assortment of vegetables, including Jerusalem artichokes and parsnips.

Maple and chipotle offer a sweet-spicy-smoky twist to hot wings.

Maple syrup and vinegar combine for a richly flavorful glaze that won't overwhelm your dinner with sweetness.

This quick and healthy dinner pairs creamy tofu and crispy snap peas with a tahini-maple sauce. Serve with udon noodles for a delicious take on meatless Monday.

Maple-brined preparation is one of the most satisfying ways to serve salmon. Seasonal sides transform the light fish dinner into a warm, comforting meal for the end of a cool fall day.

Luscious chocolate cream is delicious, but top it with this maple caramel and you'll never think of chocolate the same way again.

Maple syrup not only flavors this luscious cheesecake, but it also is brushed on thinly sliced pears that are broiled to create a very unique decoration atop this festive dessert.

Flavor these mini-desserts with Medjool dates, brown sugar, and maple syrup, for a toffeelike sweetness. "Wild rice gives these bread-pudding cakes a pleasing texture," says chef Amy Thielan.

Plumped up by the warmth of the oven, close-to-bursting cranberries are interspersed amid slices of softened apple in a simple tart built upon crisped, store-bought phyllo the maple deepens the sweetness in a way sugar can't while evoking the comfort of fall.

Maple syrup isn't just for pancakes. Designed for those who simply can't get enough of the ever-popular flavoring, this cake's layers and frosting are both generously doused with this all-American syrup.

This french toast-inspired bread pudding will have you putting away your frying pan and breaking out a baking dish.

This maple-inspired take on the molasses-based original is milder in flavor, but no less satisfying with its creamy, custardy filling.

This pecan tart gets added tang from dried cherries. Instead of corn syrup, which is found in most pecan pie recipes, we've opted for maple syrup. If you can find it, choose dark amber or grade B, because it has the richest maple flavor.

Grade B maple syrup, which is darker and has a more intense flavor than grade A, is preferable for baking and really shines this is simple but elegant recipe.


Breakfast and Beyond: All Things Maple!

Soft caramelized apples are a heavenly topping for a thick slice of fluffy French toast. This breakfast treat isn't just drizzled with maple syrup the syrup is cooked with the apples for the perfect caramelization.

Flaxseeds give these wholesome muffins a nutty taste, and maple syrup provides the subtle sweetening. Grab one on your way out the door and save it for a mid-morning pick-me-up.

Maple syrup and pecans are a combination that never gets old &mdash together in a flaky, buttery scone, they taste downright decadent.

If the words "grilled banana bread French toast" don't get you going, how about "maple bacon butter"? This recipe comes from chef Brooke Williamson of The Tripel in Los Angeles.

Sweet maple syrup, tart apples, and crunchy walnuts are an unbeatable dessert or sweet brunch combination.

Grilling chicken lends a smokiness that deepens the complexity of the glaze and compliments the earthy sweetness of the maple syrup.

In Korea, chefs typically create stir-fries with just one kind of vegetable, like lotus root. Tradition is broken here with an assortment of vegetables, including Jerusalem artichokes and parsnips.

Maple and chipotle offer a sweet-spicy-smoky twist to hot wings.

Maple syrup and vinegar combine for a richly flavorful glaze that won't overwhelm your dinner with sweetness.

This quick and healthy dinner pairs creamy tofu and crispy snap peas with a tahini-maple sauce. Serve with udon noodles for a delicious take on meatless Monday.

Maple-brined preparation is one of the most satisfying ways to serve salmon. Seasonal sides transform the light fish dinner into a warm, comforting meal for the end of a cool fall day.

Luscious chocolate cream is delicious, but top it with this maple caramel and you'll never think of chocolate the same way again.

Maple syrup not only flavors this luscious cheesecake, but it also is brushed on thinly sliced pears that are broiled to create a very unique decoration atop this festive dessert.

Flavor these mini-desserts with Medjool dates, brown sugar, and maple syrup, for a toffeelike sweetness. "Wild rice gives these bread-pudding cakes a pleasing texture," says chef Amy Thielan.

Plumped up by the warmth of the oven, close-to-bursting cranberries are interspersed amid slices of softened apple in a simple tart built upon crisped, store-bought phyllo the maple deepens the sweetness in a way sugar can't while evoking the comfort of fall.

Maple syrup isn't just for pancakes. Designed for those who simply can't get enough of the ever-popular flavoring, this cake's layers and frosting are both generously doused with this all-American syrup.

This french toast-inspired bread pudding will have you putting away your frying pan and breaking out a baking dish.

This maple-inspired take on the molasses-based original is milder in flavor, but no less satisfying with its creamy, custardy filling.

This pecan tart gets added tang from dried cherries. Instead of corn syrup, which is found in most pecan pie recipes, we've opted for maple syrup. If you can find it, choose dark amber or grade B, because it has the richest maple flavor.

Grade B maple syrup, which is darker and has a more intense flavor than grade A, is preferable for baking and really shines this is simple but elegant recipe.


Breakfast and Beyond: All Things Maple!

Soft caramelized apples are a heavenly topping for a thick slice of fluffy French toast. This breakfast treat isn't just drizzled with maple syrup the syrup is cooked with the apples for the perfect caramelization.

Flaxseeds give these wholesome muffins a nutty taste, and maple syrup provides the subtle sweetening. Grab one on your way out the door and save it for a mid-morning pick-me-up.

Maple syrup and pecans are a combination that never gets old &mdash together in a flaky, buttery scone, they taste downright decadent.

If the words "grilled banana bread French toast" don't get you going, how about "maple bacon butter"? This recipe comes from chef Brooke Williamson of The Tripel in Los Angeles.

Sweet maple syrup, tart apples, and crunchy walnuts are an unbeatable dessert or sweet brunch combination.

Grilling chicken lends a smokiness that deepens the complexity of the glaze and compliments the earthy sweetness of the maple syrup.

In Korea, chefs typically create stir-fries with just one kind of vegetable, like lotus root. Tradition is broken here with an assortment of vegetables, including Jerusalem artichokes and parsnips.

Maple and chipotle offer a sweet-spicy-smoky twist to hot wings.

Maple syrup and vinegar combine for a richly flavorful glaze that won't overwhelm your dinner with sweetness.

This quick and healthy dinner pairs creamy tofu and crispy snap peas with a tahini-maple sauce. Serve with udon noodles for a delicious take on meatless Monday.

Maple-brined preparation is one of the most satisfying ways to serve salmon. Seasonal sides transform the light fish dinner into a warm, comforting meal for the end of a cool fall day.

Luscious chocolate cream is delicious, but top it with this maple caramel and you'll never think of chocolate the same way again.

Maple syrup not only flavors this luscious cheesecake, but it also is brushed on thinly sliced pears that are broiled to create a very unique decoration atop this festive dessert.

Flavor these mini-desserts with Medjool dates, brown sugar, and maple syrup, for a toffeelike sweetness. "Wild rice gives these bread-pudding cakes a pleasing texture," says chef Amy Thielan.

Plumped up by the warmth of the oven, close-to-bursting cranberries are interspersed amid slices of softened apple in a simple tart built upon crisped, store-bought phyllo the maple deepens the sweetness in a way sugar can't while evoking the comfort of fall.

Maple syrup isn't just for pancakes. Designed for those who simply can't get enough of the ever-popular flavoring, this cake's layers and frosting are both generously doused with this all-American syrup.

This french toast-inspired bread pudding will have you putting away your frying pan and breaking out a baking dish.

This maple-inspired take on the molasses-based original is milder in flavor, but no less satisfying with its creamy, custardy filling.

This pecan tart gets added tang from dried cherries. Instead of corn syrup, which is found in most pecan pie recipes, we've opted for maple syrup. If you can find it, choose dark amber or grade B, because it has the richest maple flavor.

Grade B maple syrup, which is darker and has a more intense flavor than grade A, is preferable for baking and really shines this is simple but elegant recipe.


Breakfast and Beyond: All Things Maple!

Soft caramelized apples are a heavenly topping for a thick slice of fluffy French toast. This breakfast treat isn't just drizzled with maple syrup the syrup is cooked with the apples for the perfect caramelization.

Flaxseeds give these wholesome muffins a nutty taste, and maple syrup provides the subtle sweetening. Grab one on your way out the door and save it for a mid-morning pick-me-up.

Maple syrup and pecans are a combination that never gets old &mdash together in a flaky, buttery scone, they taste downright decadent.

If the words "grilled banana bread French toast" don't get you going, how about "maple bacon butter"? This recipe comes from chef Brooke Williamson of The Tripel in Los Angeles.

Sweet maple syrup, tart apples, and crunchy walnuts are an unbeatable dessert or sweet brunch combination.

Grilling chicken lends a smokiness that deepens the complexity of the glaze and compliments the earthy sweetness of the maple syrup.

In Korea, chefs typically create stir-fries with just one kind of vegetable, like lotus root. Tradition is broken here with an assortment of vegetables, including Jerusalem artichokes and parsnips.

Maple and chipotle offer a sweet-spicy-smoky twist to hot wings.

Maple syrup and vinegar combine for a richly flavorful glaze that won't overwhelm your dinner with sweetness.

This quick and healthy dinner pairs creamy tofu and crispy snap peas with a tahini-maple sauce. Serve with udon noodles for a delicious take on meatless Monday.

Maple-brined preparation is one of the most satisfying ways to serve salmon. Seasonal sides transform the light fish dinner into a warm, comforting meal for the end of a cool fall day.

Luscious chocolate cream is delicious, but top it with this maple caramel and you'll never think of chocolate the same way again.

Maple syrup not only flavors this luscious cheesecake, but it also is brushed on thinly sliced pears that are broiled to create a very unique decoration atop this festive dessert.

Flavor these mini-desserts with Medjool dates, brown sugar, and maple syrup, for a toffeelike sweetness. "Wild rice gives these bread-pudding cakes a pleasing texture," says chef Amy Thielan.

Plumped up by the warmth of the oven, close-to-bursting cranberries are interspersed amid slices of softened apple in a simple tart built upon crisped, store-bought phyllo the maple deepens the sweetness in a way sugar can't while evoking the comfort of fall.

Maple syrup isn't just for pancakes. Designed for those who simply can't get enough of the ever-popular flavoring, this cake's layers and frosting are both generously doused with this all-American syrup.

This french toast-inspired bread pudding will have you putting away your frying pan and breaking out a baking dish.

This maple-inspired take on the molasses-based original is milder in flavor, but no less satisfying with its creamy, custardy filling.

This pecan tart gets added tang from dried cherries. Instead of corn syrup, which is found in most pecan pie recipes, we've opted for maple syrup. If you can find it, choose dark amber or grade B, because it has the richest maple flavor.

Grade B maple syrup, which is darker and has a more intense flavor than grade A, is preferable for baking and really shines this is simple but elegant recipe.


Breakfast and Beyond: All Things Maple!

Soft caramelized apples are a heavenly topping for a thick slice of fluffy French toast. This breakfast treat isn't just drizzled with maple syrup the syrup is cooked with the apples for the perfect caramelization.

Flaxseeds give these wholesome muffins a nutty taste, and maple syrup provides the subtle sweetening. Grab one on your way out the door and save it for a mid-morning pick-me-up.

Maple syrup and pecans are a combination that never gets old &mdash together in a flaky, buttery scone, they taste downright decadent.

If the words "grilled banana bread French toast" don't get you going, how about "maple bacon butter"? This recipe comes from chef Brooke Williamson of The Tripel in Los Angeles.

Sweet maple syrup, tart apples, and crunchy walnuts are an unbeatable dessert or sweet brunch combination.

Grilling chicken lends a smokiness that deepens the complexity of the glaze and compliments the earthy sweetness of the maple syrup.

In Korea, chefs typically create stir-fries with just one kind of vegetable, like lotus root. Tradition is broken here with an assortment of vegetables, including Jerusalem artichokes and parsnips.

Maple and chipotle offer a sweet-spicy-smoky twist to hot wings.

Maple syrup and vinegar combine for a richly flavorful glaze that won't overwhelm your dinner with sweetness.

This quick and healthy dinner pairs creamy tofu and crispy snap peas with a tahini-maple sauce. Serve with udon noodles for a delicious take on meatless Monday.

Maple-brined preparation is one of the most satisfying ways to serve salmon. Seasonal sides transform the light fish dinner into a warm, comforting meal for the end of a cool fall day.

Luscious chocolate cream is delicious, but top it with this maple caramel and you'll never think of chocolate the same way again.

Maple syrup not only flavors this luscious cheesecake, but it also is brushed on thinly sliced pears that are broiled to create a very unique decoration atop this festive dessert.

Flavor these mini-desserts with Medjool dates, brown sugar, and maple syrup, for a toffeelike sweetness. "Wild rice gives these bread-pudding cakes a pleasing texture," says chef Amy Thielan.

Plumped up by the warmth of the oven, close-to-bursting cranberries are interspersed amid slices of softened apple in a simple tart built upon crisped, store-bought phyllo the maple deepens the sweetness in a way sugar can't while evoking the comfort of fall.

Maple syrup isn't just for pancakes. Designed for those who simply can't get enough of the ever-popular flavoring, this cake's layers and frosting are both generously doused with this all-American syrup.

This french toast-inspired bread pudding will have you putting away your frying pan and breaking out a baking dish.

This maple-inspired take on the molasses-based original is milder in flavor, but no less satisfying with its creamy, custardy filling.

This pecan tart gets added tang from dried cherries. Instead of corn syrup, which is found in most pecan pie recipes, we've opted for maple syrup. If you can find it, choose dark amber or grade B, because it has the richest maple flavor.

Grade B maple syrup, which is darker and has a more intense flavor than grade A, is preferable for baking and really shines this is simple but elegant recipe.


Breakfast and Beyond: All Things Maple!

Soft caramelized apples are a heavenly topping for a thick slice of fluffy French toast. This breakfast treat isn't just drizzled with maple syrup the syrup is cooked with the apples for the perfect caramelization.

Flaxseeds give these wholesome muffins a nutty taste, and maple syrup provides the subtle sweetening. Grab one on your way out the door and save it for a mid-morning pick-me-up.

Maple syrup and pecans are a combination that never gets old &mdash together in a flaky, buttery scone, they taste downright decadent.

If the words "grilled banana bread French toast" don't get you going, how about "maple bacon butter"? This recipe comes from chef Brooke Williamson of The Tripel in Los Angeles.

Sweet maple syrup, tart apples, and crunchy walnuts are an unbeatable dessert or sweet brunch combination.

Grilling chicken lends a smokiness that deepens the complexity of the glaze and compliments the earthy sweetness of the maple syrup.

In Korea, chefs typically create stir-fries with just one kind of vegetable, like lotus root. Tradition is broken here with an assortment of vegetables, including Jerusalem artichokes and parsnips.

Maple and chipotle offer a sweet-spicy-smoky twist to hot wings.

Maple syrup and vinegar combine for a richly flavorful glaze that won't overwhelm your dinner with sweetness.

This quick and healthy dinner pairs creamy tofu and crispy snap peas with a tahini-maple sauce. Serve with udon noodles for a delicious take on meatless Monday.

Maple-brined preparation is one of the most satisfying ways to serve salmon. Seasonal sides transform the light fish dinner into a warm, comforting meal for the end of a cool fall day.

Luscious chocolate cream is delicious, but top it with this maple caramel and you'll never think of chocolate the same way again.

Maple syrup not only flavors this luscious cheesecake, but it also is brushed on thinly sliced pears that are broiled to create a very unique decoration atop this festive dessert.

Flavor these mini-desserts with Medjool dates, brown sugar, and maple syrup, for a toffeelike sweetness. "Wild rice gives these bread-pudding cakes a pleasing texture," says chef Amy Thielan.

Plumped up by the warmth of the oven, close-to-bursting cranberries are interspersed amid slices of softened apple in a simple tart built upon crisped, store-bought phyllo the maple deepens the sweetness in a way sugar can't while evoking the comfort of fall.

Maple syrup isn't just for pancakes. Designed for those who simply can't get enough of the ever-popular flavoring, this cake's layers and frosting are both generously doused with this all-American syrup.

This french toast-inspired bread pudding will have you putting away your frying pan and breaking out a baking dish.

This maple-inspired take on the molasses-based original is milder in flavor, but no less satisfying with its creamy, custardy filling.

This pecan tart gets added tang from dried cherries. Instead of corn syrup, which is found in most pecan pie recipes, we've opted for maple syrup. If you can find it, choose dark amber or grade B, because it has the richest maple flavor.

Grade B maple syrup, which is darker and has a more intense flavor than grade A, is preferable for baking and really shines this is simple but elegant recipe.


Breakfast and Beyond: All Things Maple!

Soft caramelized apples are a heavenly topping for a thick slice of fluffy French toast. This breakfast treat isn't just drizzled with maple syrup the syrup is cooked with the apples for the perfect caramelization.

Flaxseeds give these wholesome muffins a nutty taste, and maple syrup provides the subtle sweetening. Grab one on your way out the door and save it for a mid-morning pick-me-up.

Maple syrup and pecans are a combination that never gets old &mdash together in a flaky, buttery scone, they taste downright decadent.

If the words "grilled banana bread French toast" don't get you going, how about "maple bacon butter"? This recipe comes from chef Brooke Williamson of The Tripel in Los Angeles.

Sweet maple syrup, tart apples, and crunchy walnuts are an unbeatable dessert or sweet brunch combination.

Grilling chicken lends a smokiness that deepens the complexity of the glaze and compliments the earthy sweetness of the maple syrup.

In Korea, chefs typically create stir-fries with just one kind of vegetable, like lotus root. Tradition is broken here with an assortment of vegetables, including Jerusalem artichokes and parsnips.

Maple and chipotle offer a sweet-spicy-smoky twist to hot wings.

Maple syrup and vinegar combine for a richly flavorful glaze that won't overwhelm your dinner with sweetness.

This quick and healthy dinner pairs creamy tofu and crispy snap peas with a tahini-maple sauce. Serve with udon noodles for a delicious take on meatless Monday.

Maple-brined preparation is one of the most satisfying ways to serve salmon. Seasonal sides transform the light fish dinner into a warm, comforting meal for the end of a cool fall day.

Luscious chocolate cream is delicious, but top it with this maple caramel and you'll never think of chocolate the same way again.

Maple syrup not only flavors this luscious cheesecake, but it also is brushed on thinly sliced pears that are broiled to create a very unique decoration atop this festive dessert.

Flavor these mini-desserts with Medjool dates, brown sugar, and maple syrup, for a toffeelike sweetness. "Wild rice gives these bread-pudding cakes a pleasing texture," says chef Amy Thielan.

Plumped up by the warmth of the oven, close-to-bursting cranberries are interspersed amid slices of softened apple in a simple tart built upon crisped, store-bought phyllo the maple deepens the sweetness in a way sugar can't while evoking the comfort of fall.

Maple syrup isn't just for pancakes. Designed for those who simply can't get enough of the ever-popular flavoring, this cake's layers and frosting are both generously doused with this all-American syrup.

This french toast-inspired bread pudding will have you putting away your frying pan and breaking out a baking dish.

This maple-inspired take on the molasses-based original is milder in flavor, but no less satisfying with its creamy, custardy filling.

This pecan tart gets added tang from dried cherries. Instead of corn syrup, which is found in most pecan pie recipes, we've opted for maple syrup. If you can find it, choose dark amber or grade B, because it has the richest maple flavor.

Grade B maple syrup, which is darker and has a more intense flavor than grade A, is preferable for baking and really shines this is simple but elegant recipe.


Breakfast and Beyond: All Things Maple!

Soft caramelized apples are a heavenly topping for a thick slice of fluffy French toast. This breakfast treat isn't just drizzled with maple syrup the syrup is cooked with the apples for the perfect caramelization.

Flaxseeds give these wholesome muffins a nutty taste, and maple syrup provides the subtle sweetening. Grab one on your way out the door and save it for a mid-morning pick-me-up.

Maple syrup and pecans are a combination that never gets old &mdash together in a flaky, buttery scone, they taste downright decadent.

If the words "grilled banana bread French toast" don't get you going, how about "maple bacon butter"? This recipe comes from chef Brooke Williamson of The Tripel in Los Angeles.

Sweet maple syrup, tart apples, and crunchy walnuts are an unbeatable dessert or sweet brunch combination.

Grilling chicken lends a smokiness that deepens the complexity of the glaze and compliments the earthy sweetness of the maple syrup.

In Korea, chefs typically create stir-fries with just one kind of vegetable, like lotus root. Tradition is broken here with an assortment of vegetables, including Jerusalem artichokes and parsnips.

Maple and chipotle offer a sweet-spicy-smoky twist to hot wings.

Maple syrup and vinegar combine for a richly flavorful glaze that won't overwhelm your dinner with sweetness.

This quick and healthy dinner pairs creamy tofu and crispy snap peas with a tahini-maple sauce. Serve with udon noodles for a delicious take on meatless Monday.

Maple-brined preparation is one of the most satisfying ways to serve salmon. Seasonal sides transform the light fish dinner into a warm, comforting meal for the end of a cool fall day.

Luscious chocolate cream is delicious, but top it with this maple caramel and you'll never think of chocolate the same way again.

Maple syrup not only flavors this luscious cheesecake, but it also is brushed on thinly sliced pears that are broiled to create a very unique decoration atop this festive dessert.

Flavor these mini-desserts with Medjool dates, brown sugar, and maple syrup, for a toffeelike sweetness. "Wild rice gives these bread-pudding cakes a pleasing texture," says chef Amy Thielan.

Plumped up by the warmth of the oven, close-to-bursting cranberries are interspersed amid slices of softened apple in a simple tart built upon crisped, store-bought phyllo the maple deepens the sweetness in a way sugar can't while evoking the comfort of fall.

Maple syrup isn't just for pancakes. Designed for those who simply can't get enough of the ever-popular flavoring, this cake's layers and frosting are both generously doused with this all-American syrup.

This french toast-inspired bread pudding will have you putting away your frying pan and breaking out a baking dish.

This maple-inspired take on the molasses-based original is milder in flavor, but no less satisfying with its creamy, custardy filling.

This pecan tart gets added tang from dried cherries. Instead of corn syrup, which is found in most pecan pie recipes, we've opted for maple syrup. If you can find it, choose dark amber or grade B, because it has the richest maple flavor.

Grade B maple syrup, which is darker and has a more intense flavor than grade A, is preferable for baking and really shines this is simple but elegant recipe.


Breakfast and Beyond: All Things Maple!

Soft caramelized apples are a heavenly topping for a thick slice of fluffy French toast. This breakfast treat isn't just drizzled with maple syrup the syrup is cooked with the apples for the perfect caramelization.

Flaxseeds give these wholesome muffins a nutty taste, and maple syrup provides the subtle sweetening. Grab one on your way out the door and save it for a mid-morning pick-me-up.

Maple syrup and pecans are a combination that never gets old &mdash together in a flaky, buttery scone, they taste downright decadent.

If the words "grilled banana bread French toast" don't get you going, how about "maple bacon butter"? This recipe comes from chef Brooke Williamson of The Tripel in Los Angeles.

Sweet maple syrup, tart apples, and crunchy walnuts are an unbeatable dessert or sweet brunch combination.

Grilling chicken lends a smokiness that deepens the complexity of the glaze and compliments the earthy sweetness of the maple syrup.

In Korea, chefs typically create stir-fries with just one kind of vegetable, like lotus root. Tradition is broken here with an assortment of vegetables, including Jerusalem artichokes and parsnips.

Maple and chipotle offer a sweet-spicy-smoky twist to hot wings.

Maple syrup and vinegar combine for a richly flavorful glaze that won't overwhelm your dinner with sweetness.

This quick and healthy dinner pairs creamy tofu and crispy snap peas with a tahini-maple sauce. Serve with udon noodles for a delicious take on meatless Monday.

Maple-brined preparation is one of the most satisfying ways to serve salmon. Seasonal sides transform the light fish dinner into a warm, comforting meal for the end of a cool fall day.

Luscious chocolate cream is delicious, but top it with this maple caramel and you'll never think of chocolate the same way again.

Maple syrup not only flavors this luscious cheesecake, but it also is brushed on thinly sliced pears that are broiled to create a very unique decoration atop this festive dessert.

Flavor these mini-desserts with Medjool dates, brown sugar, and maple syrup, for a toffeelike sweetness. "Wild rice gives these bread-pudding cakes a pleasing texture," says chef Amy Thielan.

Plumped up by the warmth of the oven, close-to-bursting cranberries are interspersed amid slices of softened apple in a simple tart built upon crisped, store-bought phyllo the maple deepens the sweetness in a way sugar can't while evoking the comfort of fall.

Maple syrup isn't just for pancakes. Designed for those who simply can't get enough of the ever-popular flavoring, this cake's layers and frosting are both generously doused with this all-American syrup.

This french toast-inspired bread pudding will have you putting away your frying pan and breaking out a baking dish.

This maple-inspired take on the molasses-based original is milder in flavor, but no less satisfying with its creamy, custardy filling.

This pecan tart gets added tang from dried cherries. Instead of corn syrup, which is found in most pecan pie recipes, we've opted for maple syrup. If you can find it, choose dark amber or grade B, because it has the richest maple flavor.

Grade B maple syrup, which is darker and has a more intense flavor than grade A, is preferable for baking and really shines this is simple but elegant recipe.