Maple Syrup Recipes

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Maple Syrup Recipes
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Martha Freeman’s Maple Syrup Icing

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  1. Beat one large egg white.
  2. Boil 1 cup Maple Syrup until it makes a thread when dropped from a fork.
  3. Gradually add Maple Syrup to beaten egg white, beating the mixture until it stands in peaks.
  4. Excellent on yellow and white cakes.

Recipe sent to us in 1987 by Susan King, customer from McLean, Virginia.

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Bread Machine Maple Oatmeal Bread

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maple oatmeal bread recipe
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1 cup very hot water
1/2 cup rolled oats
3 Tablespoons softened butter
1/4 cup Pure Maple Syrup
3 cups bread flour
1/4 cup sugar (granulated maple sugar is best, white will do)
1 teaspoon salt
1 package dry yeast
1 large egg, unbeaten

  1. Combine hot water, rolled oats, butter, maple syrup, and salt.
  2. Let this mixture cool to lukewarm, then add egg.
  3. Follow your Bread machine directions for order of wet and dry ingredients and yeast.
  4. Use white bread setting.

Recipe from The Official Vermont Maple Cookbook.

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Sugar-on-Snow

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sugar on snow recipe
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Prepare pans of clean packed snow and leave outside so they don’t melt.

  1. Heat one quart of maple syrup in largest pot available. Watch pot, turn heat down if it threatens to boil over.
  2. When candy thermometer reaches 234º, remove from heat and cool slightly. Putting a little bit in a small cup on the snow will cool it a bit more.
  3. Test by spooning a ribbon of the thickened warm syrup over the snow; if the syrup sticks on top of the snow and sticks to a fork like taffy, it’s ready – if not it needs to cook just a bit longer.
  4. Pour in thin ribbons over the pans of snow. Use your fork to pick up the ribbons and taste. After a taste of the sweet “sugar”, take a nice bite of a sour pickle, and then bite of a home-made raised doughnut. After the doughnut bite – start again with another bite of “sugar”.

During Maple Weekend in the Spring, many local sugarhouses in New Hampshire and Vermont will offer traditional “Sugar on Snow”. Come visit and try it!

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