Now offering a new way to get your maple kicks.
Maple sugar is a cooked-down version of pure maple syrup which has been boiled and stirred/strained down into a granulated form with minimum moisture content and nothing added. This was the traditional preservation method early settlers used for a sweetener before refrigeration or cane sugar was readily available.
Although today we have access to refrigerators and cane sugar, maple sugar is a healthy and simple alternative that adds a new twist to your favorite recipes. Maple sugar is high in healthful antioxidants and naturally includes essential minerals such as calcium, magnesium, potassium, and manganese. It also contains one of the lowest calorie levels than other common sweeteners; and has been shown to have healthy glycemic qualities.
You can directly substitute maple sugar one-for-one with cane sugar. You can use it anywhere you’d use cane sugar for baking, to breakfast cereal, to your morning coffee.