This tasty spin on traditional risotto is sure to please your family at mealtime. Try using leftover risotto to make arancini balls for lunches.
These dense, fudgy brownies are spiked with maple, making them irresistable - and a little more Canadian. Go Canada!!
Apple rings dipped in pancake batter make delicious apple-filled pancakes - a warming winter breakfast.
Stretch your roast chicken into these tasty roll-ups!
Dressed up as popcorn, roasted cauliflower makes a delicious snack good enough for Oscar night.
Winter squash makes a fantastic soup – feel free to swap acorn, Hubbard, or even pumpkin for the butternut; maple syrup and apple bring out its sweetness, and using curry powder or sage will change its flavour profile depending on your mood.
Ditch the deep fryer and try a healthy, easy version of this family favourite, ready in less than 30 minutes – dessert included.
Dark, sticky ribs are always a hit; pre-roasting the ribs makes the meat fall-off-the-bone tender without allowing the sweet glaze to burn.
When a craving hits, toast oats, nuts and seeds in a large skillet along with pure maple syrup to make almost-instant granola. If you want to include dried fruit, add it after the granola comes off the heat.
For working parents, getting a healthy dinner on the table can be challenging. Mom, businesswoman and entrepreneur Denise Fernandes came up with an idea to help.
Maple is the star of the show in this simple yet elegant dessert; it showcases maple deliciously. If you have a source for maple sugar, try sprinkling it on top in place of regular sugar.
This recipe comes from Montreal food blogger Aimée Wimbush-Bourque of the award-winning blog Simple Bites. It’s a simple yet stunning way to serve granola for breakfast; perfect for a celebratory brunch.