Quintessentially Canadian, Maple Sugar is derived from the sap of the maple trees and used for sweetening all sorts of foods. This fragrant blend of maple syrup and cane sugar is the perfect sweet seasoning for your pancake breakfast, baked goods, and even your morning coffee.
You can use maple sugar as you would the syrup by sprinkling it on breakfast foods like pancakes, waffles, porridge, French toast, or even adding it to coffee. The hint of caramelization separates it from ordinary sugar and it will lend that unique maple aroma to any dessert.
Pairs deliciously with:
Cookies, Muffins, Breads, Pancakes, Pies, Cakes
Origin & History
Maple Sugar is a traditional natural sweetener made in Canada and the northeast United States. Red or black maple trees produce a sap that is collected and then boiled to create maple sugar or syrup. It was the preferred sweetener of the indigenous North Americans and later European settlers adopted the practice of collecting maple sap as well. This golden sugar or syrup has a slightly caramelized flavour.
Pure Maple Syrup and Cane Sugar
14 x 1/2