Poached Pear Perfection

Poached pears are a delicious dessert. When poaching, add Vermont Maid Syrup. Top your poached pears with vanilla yogurt, a little nutmeg and a drizzle of Vermont Maid.

poached pear

Lovely Breakfast Crepes

Make your sweetheart breakfast. Breakfast crepes are delicious when filled fresh berries and topped with Vermont Maid Syrup.


Sweetener Alternative

No need to use sugar to sweeten your oatmeal. Try using Vermont Maid Syrup instead!


Holiday Sides

Enjoy glazed carrots as a side dish for the holidays. Add a little Vermont Maid for a hint of maple.

Honey glazed baby carrots

Thanksgiving Tip

If your sweet potato casserole for Thanksgiving calls for syrup, remember to use Vermont Maid!

Sweet Suggestion

Sweeten up your breakfast! Try brushing a little Vermont Maid syrup onto your sausage prior to cooking.


Did You Know

Did you know Vermont Maid syrup makes a great addition to bread pudding?


Snack Tip

Make a sweet cinnamon sauce to dip your sweet potato fries in.  Mix together 1 cup plain yogurt, ¼ cup Vermont Maid syrup and 1 tsp. cinnamon.


French Toast

If you are making French toast in the morning, be sure to add cinnamon and nutmeg to your egg mixture. Also, don’t forget to top with Vermont Maid!


Breakfast Tip

Don’t let your pancakes or waffles become cold. Warm a little bit of your Vermont Maid syrup prior to pouring it onto your breakfast items to avoid making your food cool.


Berry Suggestion

Enjoy strawberries in a whole new way! Mix together ¼ cup Vermont Maid Syrup and 2 Tbsp. Raspberry Balsamic Vinegar and toss over sliced strawberries, blueberries and raspberries. Top with black pepper if desired. Enjoy with biscotti.

Glass with the cut strawberry

The Perfect Substitute

Vermont Maid syrup can be an excellent and delicious substitute for honey in cooking.


A Flavorful Breakfast

Are you a fan of maple & brown sugar? Add Vermont Maid syrup and a little brown sugar to your bowl of Cream of Wheat to create an out of this world breakfast.


Maple Glaze

A maple glaze could be just what your ham needs this holiday. All you need is 1/4 cup Vermont Maid syrup, 1/4 cup brown sugar and 2 tablespoons of Dijon mustard. Bake your ham for 2 hours before coating with your glaze.

Easter ham with carrots, herbs and fruit

Homemade Cranberry Sauce

Everyone loves cranberry sauce at Thanksgiving. This year, make fresh cranberry sauce for your guests. Replace the sugar with Vermont Maid syrup (1/2 cup) for 1 bag of cranberries.

Cranberry sauce

Calling all Bacon Fans!

Are you a fan of bacon in the morning? For a sweet maple flavor, add Vermont Maid to your bacon, a minute or two before removing from the pan.

Plate of Bacon