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From The Blog Maple Inspired Recipes from Around Town

Three's A Trend Maple, Maple, Maple

There is no better way to celebrate Vermont's sugar season than to enjoy a recipe made with fresh maple syrup. From drinks that will warm you up from the inside out on these cold spring days to a sweet and savory snack sure to please everyone, we have selected a few of our favorite maple inspired recipes from chefs and businesses around Town. We hope you enjoy them as much as we do!

Maple Red Fog

Mon Vert Cafe's Red Fog

Subtly sweet with the perfect amount of spice, this tea based beverage will warm you up while also satisfying your craving for a little maple sweetness. 

Ingredients:

1/2 cup Rooibos tea brewed

1/2 cup Steamed almond milk (substitute your preferred milk)

1/4 tsp Maple Syrup

Ground Cinnamon, to taste

Steep Rooibos tea in hot water. Mix brewed tea with maple syrup. Pour steamed milk over tea. Sprinkle with cinnamon.

Sip and enjoy!

Farmhouse Pottery Maple Popcorn
Farmhouse Pottery

Farmhouse Pottery's Salted Maple Butter Popcorn

A combination of sweet and savory, this addicting snack is perfect for entertaining and one all family members will enjoy on movie night. 

Ingredients:

1/2 cup Popcorn kernels, popped in desired method

1/4 cup Maple Syrup

4 tablespoons butter

1/2 teaspoon sea salt

Place popped popcorn in a large bowl. 

Melt maple syrup and butter together in small saucepan and bring to a boil over medium/medium high heat. Stir in salt. Continue cooking for 2 minutes, or until mixture is thick with a light golden color. Remove from heat and pour over popcorn. Quickly toss popcorn using a large spoon covered in maple syrup. 

Let cool for 5 minutes, stirring occasionally so the syrup can harden and the popcorn doesn't clump. 

Serve and try to share!

Maple Old Fashioned
Mangalista

Mangalista's Maple Old Fashioned

It may officially be spring, but these temperatures still feel like winter. Warm up your evening with this maple inspired old fashioned from local farm to table restaurant, Mangalista. 

Pour into a shaker....

3 oz. No. 14 Maple Bourbon (locally distilled in Quechee)

.5 oz Maple Syrup

3-4 Dashes of orange bitters

STIR, don't shake!

Express orange peel over drink.

Garnish with orange peel and brandied cherry.

Sip, warm up from the inside, and enjoy!

 

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