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    [Cover photo by Bergy.] Recipes using that tantalizing tree juice, maple syrup!
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    Used to be able to get these at most Vermont Howard Johnsons. These days, you pretty well have to make your own.

    Recipe #17689

    2 Reviews |  By GaylaJ

    Don't wrinkle your nose---it's surprisingly good! The zing of the pepper actually heightens the sweetness and fresh lemon flavor. From Southern Living.

    Recipe #124893

    One more out-of-the-ordinary cranberry recipe! Preparation time does not include the 4-hour chill time in the refrigerator.

    Recipe #213097

    You have to try this on waffles, pancakes or toast! If you don't want to use a pound of butter then cut the recipe in half...also, if you are using unsalted butter then add in a pinch of salt.

    Recipe #137704

    Use pure maple syrup; don't substitute.

    Recipe #76062

    22 Reviews |  By Rita~

    This dressing is great on a salad of baby greens with cheese and pine nuts,chopped walnuts or pecans, plus perhaps some chopped apples or cranberries.Check out the salad recipe I made for it.

    Recipe #121271

    An interesting breakfast spread to use on white or wheat bread, pancakes or waffles. From the Chicago Tribune's Good Eating Cookbook.

    Recipe #63538

    Delicious on any mixed green salad.

    Recipe #19534

    Simple and yummy, made with maple syrup. Walnuts can be substituted for the pecans.

    Recipe #112175

    From Lowfat Living cookbook. Wonderful spread on whole grain bread. Try this on slices of Granny Smith apples! Ideal for car trips, brunches or picnics!

    Recipe #166021

    I threw this together for Easter dinner to go with our maple apple pork loin. They raved! It is very good.

    Recipe #114712

    This is from my Southern Living cookbook. It is a sweet dessert coffee.

    Recipe #80715

    From Nueske's Hillcrest Farm brand Canadian bacon recipe booklet. The booklet says the recipe was submitted by Abby Mandel. Their website is www.nueske.com

    Recipe #77957

    5 Reviews |  By KelBel

    Very rich fruit salad or dessert. A perfect side to ham, chicken or turkey. A little goes a long way. Delicious!

    Recipe #197889

    From Cooking Light. Store in refrigerator for up to 2 weeks.

    Recipe #143337

    A recipe given to me by a coworker who said of all the people she works with, I'd appreciate this recipe the most. This makes a large serving and is a refreshing, elegant salad. Sometimes I'm too lazy to slice up pears so I'll throw in a handful of raisins instead (or diced apples, dried cranberries or dried cherries, etc. ...) The salad dressing is best prepared several hours in advance. A symphony of flavors!

    Recipe #116199

    2 Reviews |  By TJW

    These little guys will be the talk of the party! Be sure to have extra beer on hand when you serve them. They are super easy, and can be modified to your liking, but they will be remembered by all who come to the party, to be sure.

    Recipe #103787

    This just might be the best French toast you will ever have! This tastes like a giant sticky cinnamon bun. I used Texas toast in place of egg bread for this and it worked well. You can use half and half in place of whipping cream. This recipe serves 2 people double or triple the recipe to serve more. Although I have not tried it as yet, if you plan on doubling the recipe, I would guess you could use half maple syrup and half pancake syrup due to cost factor. When I doubled the recipe, I used 2 cups of maple syrup, 1 cup whipping cream and 1 cup half and half.

    Recipe #141697

    1 Reviews |  By TeriF

    I read through the oatmeal recipes here, not finding quite what I was looking for and came up with this one. I had mixed nut topping for sundaes that I used, but they may make it too sweet for some. Plain or salted would work fine.

    Recipe #95455

    3 Reviews |  By Molly53

    The perfect accompaniment to Applebee's Walnut Blondies. It would also be fabulous over vanilla ice cream. Posted from an online copycat source in response to a recipe request.

    Recipe #90429

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