Our Maple Steak Seasoning is a wonderful combination of sweet maple sugar combined with seven different types of pepper and just a hint of salt to give it just the right bite. Maple sugar contains lots of amino acids and acts as a natural tenderizer for meats and when combined with pepper it intensifies the peppery taste. Rub this mixture on your steaks and ribs one hour before cooking to enhance the flavor. Great on venison too.
Please note this is not a sweet seasoning – – If you’re looking for a more sweet option, may we suggest our Maple Seasoning.
Our perfect balance of sweet maple and tart balsamic vinegar creates a uniquely rich and multilayered flavor experience for any meal. It’s great on salads, as a marinade or drizzled over cooked vegetables or rice. Makes a quick and easy stir fry with various meats and veggies or an amazing dressing over tomatoes and mozzarella. Also provides a hearty dipping oil for artisan breads.
Our Maple Cinnamon Sugar gives cinnamon sugar toast a whole new name. Our maple cinnamon sugar gives you the warming spiciness of cinnamon with the sweet flavor of Maple syrup. Sprinkle on French toast, oatmeal, baked apples, and other desserts. A sweet idea for your hot cocoa, coffee or tea. A great finishing touch to your apple pie!
Maple Sugar can keep for several years. If any clumping should appear, please leave container open on a moist night and it will soften right back up.
A very unique, all-purpose seasoning, Maple Seasoning combines ground black pepper with 100% pure Michigan maple sugar and other natural flavors to produce a sweet yet peppery bite that’s fabulous on chicken, sandwiches, fish, eggs and vegetables. This seasoning is also great in tomato-based dishes such as chili or spaghetti sauce. A wonderful addition to any spice rack.
They may not typically share the same spotlight, but we have found that maple syrup and sriracha definitely are a match made in heaven. Maple Sriracha is the perfect balance between sweet and spicy!!! It’s great on almost everything – fresh popped popcorn or even your chicken wings – the possibilities are endless. Sprinkle a little or a lot depending on your taste.
Both are excellent mixed with some olive or nut oil and added to salad greens. Also great dunked on some good artisan bread. Use it to finish a pan sauce or as a marinade for your chicken, fish and pork.
This sweet combination of spices makes the most delicious apple pie, but it’s great for other bakery delights. It makes a nice addition to waffle batter, sprinkled on French toast, recipes using strudel toppings and even sweet potatoes. It also can be used in your favorite beverages too. Mix one teaspoon in warm apple juice, hot tea or cranberry juice for a mulled drink. For the more adventurous, trying adding a little to a glass of warm wine, brandy or cognac for a true ‘warm-you-up’ drink.
For the garlic lover in all of us, you must try our Maple Garlic. A staff favorite, this blend is delicious on pork and salmon, in sloppy joes and bbq sauce, sprinkled on green beans, popcorn or in baked beans – – we could go on and on.