Maple syrup and its siblings, maple sugar and maple butter, have long been irresistible treats that sweet lovers enjoy by the spoonful, or crêpes and pancakes. But did you know they’re also versatile sweetening products that you can use as a substitute for refined sugar in any dessert recipe?
More than trendy “natural sugars,” maple products are perfect sweeteners because they’re wonderfully aromatic and come in various forms, making them incredibly versatile and suitable for any baking project. Of course, it doesn’t hurt to know that 100 percent pure maple syrup is derived directly from maple tree sap and is filled with vitamins and minerals.
Guided by award-winning recipe developer and maple syrup addict Marie Asselin, learn how to make timeless classics, such as maple syrup fudge and Québécois maple pudding, as well as modern, maple-infused treats, from breakfast muffins to French macarons.
All recipes in this eBook can be made by anyone, including novice cooks, and come complete with useful substitution recommendations, clever tips, and storage and make-ahead instructions that will allow you to achieve any baking project—and treat your loved ones to the results!
Included in Maple Desserts & Treats:
Maple Desserts & Treats is a professionally designed, instantly downloadable PDF document you can save on all your devices.
• Maple Berry Muesli
• Maple & Cranberry Granola Muffins
• Maple Syrup Fudge
• Crispy Maple Meringues
• Homemade Maple Leaf Cookies
• Maple Thumbprint Cookies
• Maple & Pecan Blondies
• Maple Panna Cotta
• Maple Miso Pots de Crème
• Pouding chômeur à l’érable (Maple Syrup Pudding)
• Maple Financiers
• Pecan Maple Macarons
• Upside-Down Mini Apple Cakes
• Better-for-You Maple Cheesecake
… plus more recipes, countless clever tips, and variation ideas to make the recipes as versatile as possible!
Marie Asselin is an award-winning blogger, recipe developer, translator, and culinary teacher.
Her blog, Food Nouveau, was shortlisted at the 2016 Saveur Awards, then won the 2017 International Association of Culinary Professionals (IACP) award for Best Recipe-Based Blog as well as the 2018 IACP award for Best Individual Blog.
She is the author of a growing collection of eBooks and of two traditionally published cookbooks, French Appetizers and Simply Citrus. She also creates recipes and writes cookbooks for clients and teaches popular online culinary classes.
Marie lives in Quebec City, Canada, with her partner, their son, and a delightfully playful cat named Soya.