Top Tips for Cooking and Baking With Maple Syrup


  1. For the best maple flavor, use real maple syrup, not maple-flavored pancake syrup (which is made with corn syrup or high-fructose corn syrup and artificial color.)

  2. Grade B maple syrup (often labeled as Grade A Very Dark Color/Strong Taste) is darker and has a deeper flavor than lighter grade A, which makes it a great choice for recipes where you really want the maple flavor to come through. You can save the lighter grade A syrup for pancakes and waffles.

  3. You can substitute 3/4 cup maple syrup for 1 cup of white sugar in baked goods (be sure to reduce other liquids in the recipe by about 3 tablespoons).

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1 tbsp butter 5 cups rolled oats 2 cups packed brown sugar 4 tsp baking powder 2 tsp salt 4 eggs 2 cups heavy cream 1 cup unsalted butter, melted 1 tbsp pure maple syrup 1 tsp honey 1 cup pomegranate