Holiday Cooking with Vermont Maple

Brussels-sprouts-and-carrots-with-maple-RecipeVermont maple syrup can play a role in so many more dishes than just your holiday breakfasts of pancakes, waffles, or French toast!  We love it with savory flavors on chicken, pork, and salmon — try something different for the holiday season like Maple-Chipotle Steak Tacos or Roasted Lemon Maple Chicken!

Another great use for Vermont maple syrup is in side dishes and it is a fabulous compliment to the earthy-sweet flavors of root vegetables, like in our Maple & Mustard Roasted Root Veggies or Brussels Sprouts & Carrots with Maple.

Maple CheesecakeAnd of course, Vermont maple is delicious in your holiday desserts.  It wouldn’t be the holidays in our homes if we didn’t serve Maple Harvest Custard or a simple maple-sweetened whipped cream with pumpkin pie!

To Make Maple Whipped Cream:
Pour two cups of heavy cream in bowl and mix at medium speed.  Drizzle in about 1/3 cup Vermont Maple Syrup (preferably Grade A Dark Amber or Grade B) and continue mixing until soft peaks form.  Serve immediately.


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