Lynn Crawford's Cider & Maple Roasted Pork Belly
A unique, earthy spice blend pairs up with rich and succulent pork belly. Apples, apple cider and maple syrup are the ideal foil to the spices and slow-roasted, melt-in-your-mouth meat.
Anna Olson's Pudding Chomeur
Simple and comforting, this French Canadian dessert is topped with a hot maple syrup mixture before baking. Some of it bakes into the cake, and some will thicken into a sauce at the bottom of the ramekin, creating a warm, gooey treat.
Maple Candied Bacon
How do you make bacon even better? One word: Maple. This sweet, chewy recipe is a scrumptious topping for cupcakes, ice cream, doughnuts, or on its own as an indulgent snack.
Canadian Moose Cupcakes
Honour the mighty animal that appears on our quarter with these cute cupcakes! These adorable chocolate cakes are sure to be a hit at your Canada Day celebration. Patriotic bonus points for making a dessert that incorporates Canadian maple cookies!
Grilled Peach Stacks
Fresh Canadian peaches are layered with sharp goat cheese before getting a drizzle of maple-balsamic reduction in this restaurant-worthy appetizer.
The Great Canadian Breakfast Sandwich
We’ve sandwiched together smoky Canadian cheddar, peameal bacon, eggs, apple and a maple-mustard sauce between a warm, homemade maple biscuit. Talk about tasty!
Maple Crêpe Cake with Maple-Glazed Pecans
Impress your family and practice your crêpe making skills with this beautiful cake filled with layer-after-layer of maple custard.
Spicy, sweet and salty, what more could you ask for in a snack? This homemade treat lasts for up to three days in an airtight container but chances are, you’ll polish it off long before then.
Vegan Pumpkin Scones with Maple Glaze
Fans of sweet breakfasts will love these coffee shop-inspired pumpkin scones. Warming spices and a sweet maple glaze provide bold flavour, without the need for the traditional butter or cream.
Brown Butter Cranberry Gingerbread Cakes with Brown Butter Caramel Sauce
The soft gingerbread cake acts like a sponge, soaking up the delicious flavours of the maple-cranberry topping and the brown butter caramel sauce spooned over top. Best of all, this dessert can be made in advance, chilling each component until you’re ready to bake and serve.