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Switch to Maple Syrup in your Baking and Cooking!
Everyone knows that maple syrup is the perfect accompaniment to pancakes, waffles, and French toast. But did you know that maple syrup is a healthier substitute for sugar when you bake and cook?
Maple syrup is a natural, unprocessed product made from tree sap — pure and free of additives or coloring. When substituting pure maple syrup for granulated sugars, use 3/4 cup of maple syrup for each cup of granulated sugar you are replacing. Compensate for the added liquid by reducing other liquid ingredients by about 1/4 cup. In salad dressings and other liquids, simply replace sugar with maple syrup instead.
Consider switching sugar and other sweeteners to maple syrup – it tastes great and is better for you! Check our to recipe page for a ton recipes that use Fuller’s Sugarhouse 100% pure maple syrup (and some are shown below).
Fill Your Home with the Sweet Aroma of Fall!
Labor Day has come and gone which means Fall is just around the corner. Celebrate the return of the most colorful season of the year by cooking with one of our favorite Fall ingredients… apples!
Nothing pairs with a fresh apple quite like Fuller’s Sugarhouse pure NH maple syrup. The natural sweetness of our syrup balances perfectly with the flavors of an apple. Visit your local farm stand or go apple picking at a local orchard and treat yourself by making one — or both — of these sweet recipes, each featuring Fuller’s Sugarhouse pure NH maple syrup.
Click on the images below for the recipes.