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Rainbow Stuffed French Toast

After a week of rain when outdoor work has to be put aside and we are confined to our homes and offices, a few moments of sunshine and a rainbow can really brighten the spirit.

Maple Me Crazy

Maple Me Crazy Cupcake

The recipe for this Maple Me Crazy cupcake is courtesy of Dana Eisenmann. We’re crazy about these cupcakes, and think you will be too!

Maple Baked Apples


The apple crop looks great so far this summer, which means in a few short weeks there should be apples a plenty at farmers’ markets and grocery stores.

New Hampshire Maple Recipes

The New Hampshire Maple Producers Association published a spiral bound collection of over 200 recipes from generations of maple producers and members of their community.

Mother’s Day Brunch

Want to do something really nice for the mother in your life? A homemade meal is one way to nurture yourself and your loved one(s).

Blueberry Sourdough Pancakes


A delicious recipe that goes great with maple syrup and weekends.

Leslie Cerier’s Dark Chocolate Cake

This recipe comes to you by way of Leslie Cerier, author of Going Wild in the Kitchen and Gluten-Free Recipes for the Conscious Cook. Go ahead, splurge!

Peach Fritters with Maple Syrup


Peach Fritters with Maple Syrup? It’s kind of like a North-South reunion in one dish!

Maple Upside-Down Cake and Maple Whipped Cream

You’ll flip for this Maple Upside-Down cake with maple whipped cream. It’s just that good.

Maple Cheesecake

Cheesecake is a wonder in and of itself, but this maple cheesecake takes dessert to a whole new level.

Banana Maple Walnut Muffins


Who among us does not love Banana Maple Walnut Muffins?

Maple Sugar Baked Apples


Cap off a day of apple picking with these maple sugar baked apples. Suhweet!!

Chocolate Devastation Cake


This chocolate cake may not devastate you, but it will enrich your life with its decadence.

Coombs Family Rhubarb Maple Crisp

Arnold’s mother Shirley Coombs substituted maple in all baking recipes, and rhubarb grew in their backyard. It was inevitable the two would come together, but who knew it would be so delicious?