Time to get out and explore winter sweetness. It’s Maple Syrup Month!
Want to learn about the experience? Try one of these sugar shacks, recommended by locals. I’ve enjoyed going to Sugar Bee Farm in Claremont, Mac’s Maple, and Patch Orchard over the last few years.
Tips for a Successful Maple Syrup Adventure. If you want to take a road trip and enjoy different maple sugar shacks like I did, here are some things I learned.
Where to get Maple Butter. Lots of places! Make those special pancakes or french toast this month and enjoy some delicious maple butter!
Local Maple Products and Their Producers. Want to send some maple love to a friend or loved one? Or just treat yourself? The Upper Valley has lots of farms that make special products like maple kettle corn, maple fudge, and even maple sugar almonds!
You can see a list of who is open and when in NH here and VT here.
Visit 5 NH Sugar Shacks and be entered to win a prize of maple products. Form here. Activity sheet for kids here.
Don’t forget a maple creemee at Mac’s Maple! (featured image)
Amazing!!! Definitely get the maple candy on top!
Looking for a couple morning recipes to enjoy your maple syrup with? You can check out my oatmeal e-cookbook here and cozy up with some morning deliciousness. Recipes like Maple Pecan Oats and the traditional Maple Brown Sugar Oats.
Happy Maple Sugar Shack Adventuring!
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