413 recipes for "maple_syrup"
Everything Bagels

Everything Bagels

Nov 6, 2023

You don’t have to trek to the nearest bakery to enjoy a great bagel. Try this recipe and you may never want to purchase these delicious classics again!

Chunky Monkey Waffles

Chunky Monkey Waffles

Breakfast Brunch

Fluffy peanut butter–infused waffles topped with homemade strawberry jam and chocolate-dipped bananas make for the most fun brunch ever.

Apple and Honey Challah Cake

Apple and Honey Challah Cake

Dessert

Apples and honey are often eaten together during Rosh Hashanah to symbolize the hope of a sweet year to come. This recipe is dairy-free, so it's perfect to accompany a kosher meal.

Creamy Pumpkin Pie with Maple Whipped Cream

Creamy Pumpkin Pie with Maple Whipped Cream

Jul 14, 2005

Wow your guests with this winner of a pumpkin pie made all the more special by its decorative border. Use three-quarters of the pastry to make the checkerboard border and use the rest to make jam-filled tarts with the kids. Or use the extra pastry to make the braided or leaf border variation. Top slices with the maple-spiked whipped cream topping.

Cornish Game Hen with Maple, Ginger and Cranberries

Cornish Game Hen with Maple, Ginger and Cranberries

May 12, 2009

This recipe is an homage to slow cooking, fine Canadian ingredients and a nod towards the 100 km diet. On a fall or winter's afternoon, I love braising so that my house is redolent that my guests know that they are in for a mouth-watering treat when they walk through the front door. Although this recipe calls for Cornish hens, chicken breasts or legs may be substituted. This dish and sauce makes a great companion with mashed potatoes or wild rice and a vegetable. Green beans with either crumbled goat cheese or toasted slivered almonds makes a great side dish. I have an excellent side dish, Shiitakes and Manitoba wild rice that I would love to submit along with the Cornish hens. However your contest only permits one entry per contestant. For a stunning presentation, plate on either a white or light coloured dish. Garnish with fresh herbs (like thyme used in the recipe or minced flat leaf parsley). This can go easily well with either a white or red wine (e.g. an oaked Chardonnay, or lighter red - both Canadian, of course).

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