Maple syrup is one of the only sweeteners that contains a significant amount of antioxidants and minerals, which makes it a great alternative to refined white sugar
Your unopened can be kept on the counter until it is open. Once opened, it is recommended to store your maple syrup in a glass or plastic container in the refrigerator to slow down evaporation and crystallization.
Culinary Uses & Recipes
Maple syrup can easily be substituted to sugar in your recipes. For every cup of maple syrup substituted from cane sugar, it is important to reduce the liquids in your recipe (milk, water, juices) by ¼ cup. Since maple syrup does have a tendency to caramelize rapidly, it is important to also reduce your cooking time by 25°F (15°C) and verify the cooking results 5 to 10 minutes before the end of your baking time.
Add maple syrup to fruit salads, morning cereal and of course in baking and pastry making.
Want more inspiration? Try these delicious recipes:
Amandine oat snacking cake
Vegan maple almond tarts
Maple and squash baked beans with Amandine "bacon"
Maple-turmeric oatmeal with homemade squash butter
Maple spiced roast squash with Brussels sprouts, pecans and cranberries